Shane Helms On Working As A Producer For The WWE & More


Shane Helms was recently interviewed by “The Mirror”. During the interview, he discussed his career as an independent wrestler after he left the WWE, as well as his level of excitement to be a current producer for the WWE. Here are the highlights:

On Being A Producer:

Being a producer is something I’ve always kinda been interested in, even back to my first run in WWE.

If there was a night where I wasn’t doing something myself on TV, I would always help out other guys in different segments. I’ve always been a fan of the whole process of pro-wrestling, not just certain guys, I’ve always been a fan of the entirety of the show. I got a big opportunity in TNA to be an agent there as well and that just kinda fueled the fire a little bit.” Helms has been going to the WWE Performance Center as a guest coach, and he could have been a trainer but “my strength I found was as an agent and as a producer.

On How He Ended Up As A Producer For The Main Roster:

So it was something that kinda developed on its own organically over the last six, seven, eight months or so. You work with everybody, they don’t give you certain guys or anything like that. You just work with everybody, you get certain segments of the show to work on and you just try to add your expertise and see if you can make it better. You’re kinda the middle-man between creative and the talent. I think that’s the best way to describe it.

On Why He Thinks He’s Suited For The Role:

I kinda did a little bit of everything, I was a heel, I was a babyface, I was a wrestler, I was a gimmick character. So I bring a little bit more diversity, there’s not really a situation they can give me that I haven’t been in! I think that’s what generally helped me in TNA and I think that’s what is going to help me in WWE as well.

You can read the full interview by clicking HERE

Credit: The Mirror

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