When we talk about Shawn Michaels we are talking about one of the greatest legends in WWE history, a wrestler who according to a good part of fans can be considered as the best ever in this business. HBK has made a great contribution to Vince McMahon's company and his role has been fundamental over the years, not only for his work in the ring but also and above all for the role he had in managing the public.
The day after his retirement from Wrestlemania 26 Shawn Michaels took a step back and disappeared from the circulation of the wrestling world. He officially retired from wrestling and spent more time with his family. To be exact, he fought in 2018 at the WWE Crown Jewel but in reality, it was only a fleeting appearance.
Shawn Michaels has no plans to leave WWE anytime soon
Currently, Shawn Michaels is a coach at WWE Performance Center and most importantly he is the right-hand man of his great friend Triple H at NXT where the two work together to prepare young wrestlers to become the new superstars of the company.
It was an important choice for HBK who moved from his Texas home to Florida and went to the Performance Center. Speaking of the recent past, HBK made interesting statements: "We still have our ranch, I guess we've been to Florida for the last 4-5 months and everyone has enjoyed it, then we went to Disney World and there's still so much to do here.
It's nice that our family is close and the kids like to be with us a lot. "In a recent interview with the New York Post, HBK made some interesting new statements: "I have repeated this to WWE for 35 years now when they get tired of me they will let me know.
Unless they kick me out I will continue to introduce myself and work for WWE." Shawn Michaels is playing a pivotal role now in NXT's growth, and apparently, his future looks in full swing at the Stamford company.
Shawn Michaels has no plans to leave WWE anytime soon. In an interview with the New York Post, Michaels talked about how he will remain a part of the company until they no longer want him around: "Like I’ve been saying with the WWE for 35 years now when they get tired of me they’ll let me know.
Unless they do, I’m gonna keep showing up." The legend is a critical part of NXT now, and it seems he will be around for a long time.