WWE legend Shawn Michaels is reportedly coming out of retirement to fight The Undertaker in November.
The Heartbreak Kid, a four-time world champion, hung up his tights and boots in 2010 after losing a streak versus career match against The Dead Man at WrestleMania 26 in 2010.
HBK, 53, has recently revealed he turned down an insane amount of dosh to appear at the Greatest Royal Rumble Event in Saudi Arabia last April.
And he has also rejected numerous other offers to step back inside the squared-circle.
However, PW Insider’s Dave Meltzer has today claimed Michaels and best mate Triple H will team up to face Undertaker and Kane when the company returns to Saudi for the Crown Jewel spectacular on November 2 at King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh.
Speculation has been mounting ever since he came face-to-face with Taker on last week’s Monday Night Raw.
The Showstopper was called in to promote Triple H v Undertaker at Super Show-Down in Australia next month.
HBK sent a warning to Taker, saying that Triple H has got a lot more left in the tank than the Phenom.
Taker reminded HBK he’d already put both of them down at WrestleMania, to which Michaels responded by saying he had stayed retired out of respect for Taker.
But the Dead Man hit back with a killer line, saying: “Is it respect, or is it fear?”
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Now it appears money has spoken again with Michaels seemingly set to come back for at least one more match.
Both he and Kane will be ringside to watch their allies battle it out Down Under – with the pair expected to get involved to build-up the storyline ahead of the Crown Jewel extravaganza.