WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels recently appeared on The Ross Report to talk about various topics. During the interview, he was asked about people complaining about part-timers taking the top spots in WWE. He said that the fact of the matter is that if he could’ve filled up the building, then WWE would have had him out there but he couldn’t, and that was a reality check. He said that there were times where he was on top and still couldn’t fill up buildings. He noted that it’s one of those processes where it might not be fun, but you’ve got to man up.
When asked about Goldberg returning to WWE as well as his upcoming WWE Universal Championship with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 33 next month in Orlando, FL. He said that it’s one of those situations where the object that doesn’t move and the immovable force or however that saying goes. He said that he thinks that they will do their high-impact stuff but also thinks that they’re smart enough to get some mileage out of that and be able to tell a good story with that. He added that the thinks that the match will go 15 – 17 minutes long.
Michaels also talked about moving to Florida, selling his home in Texas and more. You can listen to the podcast here: