Over the last month or so, there's been plenty of speculation surrounding Shawn Michaels making an in-ring return.
The Heartbreak Kid retired back in 2010 and since then, has been one of only a few stars who's resisted the urge to have 'one more match'.
But, that could be about to change.
SETTING UP A FIGHT
Following the SummerSlam PPV in August, WWE have been heavily pushing a match between The Undertaker and Triple H at Super Show-Down in Australia.
Interestingly though, it will be a bout that involves more than just those two men.
It's being billed as one that will 'end an era' - as it will be the last time HHH and 'Taker share a ring. But they'll have backup ringside.
HBK pretty much confirmed that he'll be present in Melbourne, cheering on his former D-Generation X partner.
Earlier this week on RAW, The Deadman confirmed that Kane will be in his corner too - evening up the numbers game.
Of course, while Undertaker and Triple H are going at it, it's unlikely that we'll see Michaels and Kane do too much at Super Show-Down.
But according to the latest reports, their involvement in that match will be to set up something much bigger one month later.
HBK'S IN-RING RETURN
Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline, per NoDQ, has confirmed that in November, Michaels and HHH will be teaming up against The Brothers of Destruction at the Crown Jewel PPV in Saudi Arabia.
The belief is, that WWE are throwing a lot of money at stars like HBK and Brock Lesnar, to get them to compete at the event.
Obviously, Vince McMahon is going to be pulling out all the stops - so having Michaels make his return in Saudi Arabia makes sense from a business view.
But, some fans aren't completely convinced by this move. Many believe that HBK's return should be saved for WrestleMania only, while others don't want to see him make a comeback at all.
For now, though, it looks like everything is set - and Michaels will be having at least one more match in WWE at Crown Jewel in November.
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