The WWE has been sweating on the possibility of several returning superstars for the 30th Wrestlemania at New Orleans. Superstars like Brock Lesnar, Chris Jericho and RVD amongst others are seen as definite prospects for returning for the big dance.
However, there is one name that Vince McMahon has on the top of his list to come back to tear the house down with his former student. His name is Shawn Michaels – the Heartbreak Kid.
The idea of Mr Wrestlemania and the American Dragon stealing the show at Wrestlemania is a mighty tempting one that deserves the chance to have as much hype as it can. Here’s 5 ways that it can become the big angle that it deserves to be.
5. Have The Authority Highlight The Wrestlemania Experiences of Both Men
Shawn Michaels has been known as Mr Wrestlemania for many years because he could always be relied upon to steal the show. Whether it be with the raw emotion of a match against Ric Flair, the wrestling clinic he put on with Chris Jericho or the combination of the two in his epic confrontations with the Undertaker, the Heartbreak Kid’s record at Wrestlemania is legendary.
Daniel Bryan…not so much.
Bryan has lost the World Heavyweight Championship to Sheamus in 18 seconds (a record) and was part of a good, but not memorable Tag Team Defense this year at Wrestlemania 29. Bryan has never had his Wrestlemania moment, where as Michaels has had many.
This is a good chance for the Authority to garner some heat, while highlighting the possibilities that should Bryan beat Mr Wrestlemania at New Orleans than he is going to be truly a main event player.
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This article was first posted on December 8, 2013