The legendary Showstopper was stopped dead in his tracks this Tuesday night, after being superkicked by an enraged Dolph Ziggler on Smackdown Live – and the incident may end up having major SummerSlam implications.
Michaels was the special guest on a segment of MizTV this week, reuniting with his Marine 6: Close Quarters co-star to recap all the incredible moments from Monday night’s historic Raw Reunion in Tampa, FL. The two were quickly interrupted by Ziggler, who had a bone to pick with the two-time WWE Hall of Famer.
“I used to idolize you. Hell, we all used to idolize you. Emphasis on the ‘used to’. You had a chance to write your ticket and go off into the sunset as the greatest performer of all time. What did you do? Every single chance you got, you shuffled back out here and waved to the crowd – it was embarrassing. As embarrassing as all those legends last night, and as embarrassing as Goldberg in a wrestling ring.”
Ziggler also called out Michaels for his return to the ring last November in Saudi Arabia, where he teamed with Triple H to take on the Brothers of Destruction in a heavily panned and criticized match – for more than one reason. HBK fired back that having a bad match is still a whole lot better than being a “second-rate Shawn Michaels wannabe”.
“I’m not gonna disagree with you. It was embarrassing. But you wanna know something? What’s more embarrassing to me is working your whole career, giving everything you’ve got, and still with nothing except being known as a second-rate Shawn Michaels wannabe.”
Dolph would end up brawling with The Miz, dropping the so-called A-Lister with a big right hook before dropping Michaels with a lighting quick superkick for good measure. You can check out the footage above.
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