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Shawn Michaels on being a coach at the WWE Performance Center, NXT, more

WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels recently appeared on The Ross Report to talk about various topics. During the interview, he was asked about working at the WWE Performance Center and with talent in NXT. He said that he had been up at the Performance Center a fair amount of times and at the last few NXT TV tapings as well as the NXT Takeover: San Antonio event. He said that it’s something that he is learning about and wanting to get more information about.

He said that for the most part, it’s just a situation where Triple H and he need to sit down and decide what is going to happen. He said that they need to talk about his role and schedule. He said that he doesn’t know if he can do that because he has not had a schedule or a job since he was 16 years of age. He said that it owes it to WWE to able to work on a commitment and that the most important thing is consistency.

He brought up that it’s something that you need to be able to be there on a regular basis. He said that he is wrapping up his hunting show and some other things and that he thinks that very soon here it will be something he can commit too soon. He said earlier he had previous engagements that he wanted to make sure he could finish up because that is something for all of the students and stars that he owes it to. He wants to be able to commit his time on regular bases and at the time it was wasn’t something that he could do but now he can. He said that is fascinating what they have going on and that NXT is something that guys such as Steve Austin, The Rock, and The Undertaker talking about.

Michaels also talked about moving to Florida, selling his home in Texas and more. You can listen to the podcast here:






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