Shawn Michaels Biography Net Worth And Wikipedia

Shawn Michaels is an American professional wrestling promoter, retired professional wrestler, and actor. He is signed to wrestle part-time for WWE, appearing on the Raw brand. He was trained by WWE Hall of Fame trainer Pat Patterson and made his debut in 1988. In the course of his career he became a three-time world champion (the first two times as part of a tag team).

Introduction

Shawn Michaels is a pro-wrestling legend and one of the most accomplished athletes in WWE history. He is also known by some as “The Heartbreak Kid” and “Mr. WrestleMania”. He is the only individual in history to have won each of the major singles championships in WWE (The WWF World Heavyweight Championship, the Intercontinental Championship, and the World Tag Team Championship). He has also won five times each the WWF Hardcore Championship and the WCW Tag Team Championship, twice the WWE Intercontinental Championship, and the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship.

Shawn Michael’s Childhood

Born in Gary, Indiana, Michaels was the fifth child of Dean, a semi-pro football player, and Debbie, a homemaker. As a child, Michaels was fond of gymnastics and cheerleading and was a member of his high school gymnastics team. He had a knack for performing in front of large crowds, so his father signed him up to work as a referee at wrestling matches. This job would later serve him well as a professional wrestler. Shawn Michaels’ Wrestling Career Shawn Michaels started his professional wrestling career in 1988, when he made his debut as a jobber at the American Wrestling Association (AWA).

Early Professional Wrestling Career

Michaels entered professional wrestling in 1984 as a jobber for Jim Crockett Promotions. He then competed in the Southeast area and challenged The Great Muta for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship in 1997. In 1999, he signed with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) where he quickly began a second career as a part-time performer. He won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship in his first pay-per-view match and went on to capture the title from Lex Luger on two separate occasions. In 2002, Michaels rejoined World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Upon his return he won the Intercontinental Championship and tag team titles with Steve Austin. He eventually left WWE for the first time in 2004 due to creative differences.

World Champion

In 1995, he won his first championship with WWE, defeating Owen Hart for the Intercontinental Championship, and later losing the title to Razor Ramon. Michaels made his in-ring return in 1997 where he lost the title to Shawn Stasiak. He would win the title back in February 1998. He was released in December 1999, and at this time claimed that he was released because he was unable to separate himself from his “Hart Foundation” name. However, this is contradicted by a WWE.com interview at the time in which he was quoted as saying: “It’s a big ask to walk away from a very lucrative contract, and it really just came down to my dissatisfaction with the direction of my career.

Wrestling Promoter

Michaels was trained by Pat Patterson in the mid-80s and made his debut in 1988. In the early days he wrestled as “Shawn Michaels” and was coached by Wilfred Mott. He competed in the WWF for six years, performing mainly in the tag team division. In 1993 Michaels was a singles wrestler, winning the Intercontinental Championship in the process. He would regain the Intercontinental Championship twice more before winning the world title in 1995. From then he was part of a dominant-for-the-time four man stable called D-Generation X (DX). His current character is ‘The Heartbreak Kid’ which he originated in 1995 in a parody of a bad boy persona of a popular rock group. This character evolved over time to something more serious. Since 2013, he has served as a producer for the WWE Network.

Conclusion

Michaels is a wrestler that has been part of WWE for a long time. He is currently part of the Legends Division of Raw and has achieved great success. And one can say that he made the whole wrestling industry a lot more interesting.

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