Shane Helms

WWE Producer Shane Helms Fires Back At Fans For Being Critical Of Massive Talent Cuts

Shane Helms isn’t a big fan of “rumor mills.”

The former WWE Superstar known as “The Hurricane” wrote on social media this week about his belief that wrestling fans need to stop investing in rumor mills and instead try to simply enjoy the product itself.

Helms, who is currently a producer behind-the-scenes in WWE, took to his official Twitter feed to respond to fans to tell fans to quit worrying about rumor mills, as they would enjoy the business a lot more that way.

Additionally, in response to the reaction on social media to the massive WWE talent and office releases earlier this week, Helms again reiterated his sentiment about fans being able to enjoy wrestling more if they quit worrying about all of the “behind-the-scenes sh*t.”

“I promise all wrestling fans, if you stop investing in this ‘behind-the-scenes’ rumor-mill horses**t, you’ll enjoy Pro Wrestling soooo much more. Imagine giving this much attention to ‘behind-the-scenes s**t’ with movies and other TV shows? Why?? Sooo stupid.”

He then went on to reply to fans who pointed to the fact that there are several news outlets for other entertainment fields.

“Those almost unanimously promote their respective industries [and] don’t tear them down for ad clicks. Just don’t let it take away from your enjoyment of whatever product/company you like. Simple.”

Check out the comments and tweets from Shane “Hurricane Helms” Twitter feed via the posts embedded below.

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