While WWE officials were upset with Shawn Michaels and Alundra Blayze, they were said to be quite pleased with how Luke Williams and Butch Miller handled themselves. The front office felt like the speech was a perfect combination of them telling stories and them portraying their Bushwhackers persona. That opens the door a bit for them to make a return for a cameo appearance, but it is highly unlikely since one of them lives in Australia.
April 1, 2015
Since the late Randy Savage is not available to be there in person, it looks like WWE will rely on Kevin Nash to close out the hall of fame ceremony. The plan is to have him be the main event of the show because he is one of the best talkers around. Plus, it would give fans an opportunity to hear Shawn Michaels speak as well. Another reunion of the Clique is a possibility, as Triple H, Sean Waltman and Scott Hall will be there.
February 27, 2015
For whatever reasons, the internet wrestling community gets upset with wrestlers who make a comeback after they lose a retirement match. Well, those particular fans might not be pleased with what Shawn Michaels recently stated in an interview. When asked about the possibility of being the final opponent for Triple H some day, the Heartbreak Kid stated that he would definitely consider putting on the wrestling boots once again.
February 21, 2015
During a recent interview, Shawn Michaels was asked which particular theme songs in WWE that he enjoys. Rather than choosing one or providing a list, he opted to discuss his own entrance theme. Michaels told the interview that it would be quite the stretch to say that he loved his own theme song because he does not. The song was more suitable to his character when he first turned heel on Marty Jannetty, but as he got older, it didn't fit.
February 20, 2015
While he is steadfastly denying the rumors about him burying CM Punk in front of management during his tryout with WWE, Shawn Michaels did confess that he did not like the new UFC star. Michaels also revealed that the reason why he and Punk did not get along backstage is because the latter had a really bad attitude, which is something that many others have said about his backstage demeanor many times throughout the years.
February 16, 2015
As many of you have already heard, reports surfaced earlier this month that Shawn Michaels and Triple H were the ones that buried CM Punk in front of management backstage when the latter was doing a tryout for WWE. However, another name has surfaced within that group. It is being said that Arn Anderson was another person that was against Punk. The legendary Four Horsemen member has had backstage heat with Punk a couple of times.
February 16, 2015
In order to promote his new book, Shawn Michaels agreed to do an interview with WWE. During that discussion, he revealed the reason why he decided to go sober after years of being one of the hardest party guys in the industry. Michaels pointed to a moment when his son was just two years old. He was heavily inebriated on the couch when his son asked if he was tired. Michaels realized that his son was starting to notice things, so he quit partying.
February 12, 2015
When Shawn Michaels won the WWE Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania, Vince McMahon was quick to declare that a childhood dream had been achieved. Apparently, that was a lie. During a recent interview, Michaels revealed that he never dreamed of that when he was younger. The reason was because he did not imagine ever getting to that point. He felt that winning a title in one of the regional promotions was something more realistic.
February 11, 2015
During a recent interview, Lanny Poffo revealed a bit of information that would have produced quite possibly one of the greatest feuds in WWE history. He stated that his brother, Randy Savage, wanted to work a two year program with Shawn Michaels, which was news to the Heartbreak Kid. Things would have been entertaining and intense, and the lessons learned could have made Michaels even more of a legend than he currently is.
February 10, 2015
Since management still wants to stack the deck on the next episode of Monday Night Raw, they have decided to call upon one of the biggest legends in the industry to replace Kevin Nash, who was suspended by WWE after being involved in a domestic violence incident with his son. Ric Flair will join Shawn Michaels, Hulk Hogan and Scott Hall on the episode. The legendary performers will be asked to promote the Royal Rumble.
January 14, 2015