Shawn Michaels to be a part of WrestleMania next year

WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels announced that he will be coming out of retirement to take on Brothers of Destruction, Kane and The Undertaker, in a tag team match along with his De-Generation X mate Triple H at the WWE Crown Jewel PPV that will taking place at the King Saud University stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on November 2.

WrestleVotes on Twitter, who have been right on quite a few things in the past, have reported that Shawn could be a part of WrestleMania as a wrestler and his opponent is yet to be confirmed.

'Now that it’s official & Shawn Michaels is coming out of retirement, I’m hearing if all goes well, HBK is planning on working WrestleMania. I have heard a few ideas for his opponent but nothing solid enough to report. So… who do you guys want to see HBK wrestle at MetLife?' the tweet read.

Ahead of the WWE Super Show-Down, that took place in Melbourne last weekend, it was announced that Shawn will be in Triple H's corner for his match against The Undertaker, who had his brother Kane by his side. It was a brutal match as all four men took significant blows to their bodies. The match ended with Triple H hitting Undertaker with a sledgehammer followed by a Sweet Chin Music from Shawn and a pedigree from Triple H.

After the match, all four men acknowledged each other and stood in the ring with their hands raised. It was when the Brothers of Destruction turned on Triple H and Shawan Michales. While Kane clotheslined Shawn, The Phenom delivered a chokeslam to Triple H inside the ring and followed it up with another one to Shawn on the announcers' table.

Both Triple H and Shawn kicked off this week's RAW by bringing back their DX gimmick and challenged Kane and Undertaker for a tag team match at the Crown Jewel PPV.

This might not be the last match Shawn will be a part of in the WWE. Shawn, who retired from in-ring action after his loss to the Undertaker in a 'career vs streak' match at WrestleMania 26, could be a part of WrestleMania 35 next year.


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