Shane “Hurricane” Helms on CM Punk Fan Altercation

Mike Killam

Former WWE Superstar Shane "Hurricane" Helms recently sat down with WildTalkRadio to speak on the recent CM Punk fan altercation, the current state of the WWE product, "Legends of the Ring" and more. You can view the full interview on WildTalkRadio.com. 

On the Current WWE Roster: "Now, the ages just get so low that these kids are just barely out of high school and I’m just not afraid of any of them. And maybe some of them could kick my ass; I’m not saying they can’t, but I’m just saying on appearance alone. To me that’s kind of what’s missing, there’s very few guys that come out there and I’m like ‘Man, this guy’s a monster’ and you don’t have to be big because Adrian Street wasn’t a big guy, but I was terrified of Adrian Street when I was a kid. He was just nasty. Buddy Rogers was nasty as hell; I was afraid he’d pull my eyeball out."

On the CM Punk Fan Altercation: "I know there’s a lot of fans that say ‘He’s just a fan; you should never hit a fan’. Well, if you’re hitting me, you’re not my fan. And even if you are a fan, it’s not short for fantastic; it’s short for fanatic and a fanatic isn’t always a great thing at all times. You know, stalkers are fanatics. Serial killers are fanatics. That (being a fan) doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a good thing. But if you are going into the crowd, you are taking an assumed risk and you are putting yourself into harm’s way. You play in traffic, you may get hit; that’s just kind of an unwritten rule. But, he was getting poked, got poked more than once and, it wasn’t even like the hit was that hard; I mean the guy didn’t sell it like it was too hard of, so I didn’t know. I just think it was kind of hilarious."

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