Former WWE wrestler Shad Gaspard was at a drink cooler in a Coral Springs, Florida convenience store when a man came up to him. "And I'm like, 'Yo, man, there's a better way to approach somebody'".
According to a police report, Felix approached Gaspard and lifted up his shirt, revealing that he had a gun.
That's when the suspect asked Gaspard to buy him a beer.
"He was like, 'Yo, give me the gun back.I ran into the door hard as [expletive], trying to knock him out", Gaspard recalled.
"I hope he gets the help he needs", Gaspard said.
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"And when I ran him to the store door, I got him outside, I grabbed him in a rear choke and I threw him up and I got him on the ground".
He was released from WWE in late 2010, after a career that made him a member of the duo Cryme Tyme.
Gaspard, who now works as an actor while also wrestling on the indie circuit, told Local 10 News that the move he used to subdue the suspect was one of from his days as a bodyguard, not a wrestling technique.
Gaspard told Local 10 News that he doesn't believe people are inherently evil, but sometimes life, he said, pushes us too far and we do bad things.
Coral Springs police said the man was arrested on an armed robbery charge.