WWE has many producers on hand and that includes Hurricane Helms. WWE has been trying to get a hold of him for a while now and finally did it. So the few indie wrestling dates he has on the schedule might be his last.
Helms spoke to The Mirror and discussed how it was difficult for him to transition from being a wrestler in WWE to a producer. While he might be a big addition backstage, it’s never easy to give up something he worked his whole life on.
It’s definitely tough, you know. It’s sort of an ego thing for sure, but wrestling is all I’ve ever wanted to do since I was three-years-old. Since I started watching television, my earliest memory of television is watching professional wrestling. I had other opportunities to do other things in my life; I was in collegiate programs when I was 11-years-old. All my teachers were trying to make me go that way and use my brain in different areas.”
“But I just wanted to be a pro-wrestler, it’s all I wanted. The saving grace is that I’ll still be involved in the business and I’m not walking away completely. But when it finally comes to the point where I realize that I’m not going to wrestle anymore, that’s still going to be a tough pill to swallow.”
Helms is helping the 205 Live roster right now and also had a huge role to play in The Broken Hardy storylines in Impact Wrestling.
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