Hurricane Helms entertained fans for decades in WCW, WWE, and every other indie promotion he stepped foot in. He is currently backstage producer for WWE and this means that he has other responsibilities outside of the squared circle.

It is never easy to say goodbye to a job that you love. This is especially true if you have dedicated your entire adult life to the profession. Helms released some thoughts about his in-ring career coming to an end while he admitted that it is a hard realization to grasp.

The realization that my in-ring career might be coming to an end is starting to weigh on me a little bit. It’s all I’ve known for over 3 decades. I’m not good at goodbyes. I don’t wanna go.

Hurricane Helms might be retiring from his role as a pro wrestler, but he still has a great job in the industry. The fact that WWE tried so hard to get Helms to take position as a backstage producer should show how much they wanted him and how valuable he is. Shane Helms still seems to be having a hard time letting go.

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