Finally, it looks like Shawn Michaels is making a return to WWE singles competition!

first_imgAdvertisement ca5omNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsbgzsWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E7uh( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ar2l9y9wWould you ever consider trying this?😱daxfCan your students do this? 🌚wkRoller skating! Powered by Firework Former WWE wrestler Shawn Michaels might finally return to in-ring singles competition. The rumors of his return have been swirling since his confrontation with the Undertaker on the 3rd September episode of Raw. And now, it looks as if it will finally come to fruition.Advertisement Shawn Michaels’ glaring look made the fans wonder if he would come out of retirementIn case you don’t know, the Undertaker defeated Shawn Michaels in a Streak vs. Career Match at WrestleMania 26. As a result, the Heart Break Kid was forced to retire and hasn’t competed in the ring again.On the 3rd September episode of Raw, the Undertaker confronted the Shawn Michaels only for the latter to claim that he hadn’t come out of retirement because he respected him. The Deadman replied that he wasn’t coming out of the retirement because of respect, but because of his fear to face him. Shawn Michaels had given a perplexed but glaring look which ignited the rumors of his return.Advertisement WrestleVotes has now added fuel to the fire by tweeting that he will not only return for a tag team match at the Crown Jewel event but also for a singles match against the Undertaker at the Survivor Series or Royal Rumble.WrestleVotes is a very reliable source when it comes to breaking WWE management’s plans. They were the first ones who had broken the news that the Shield would take on the team of Drew McIntyre, Dolph Ziggler, and Braun Strowman at the SuperShow Down before WWE had announced it officially. Let’s hope that this rumor also comes true. Advertisementlast_img read more

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Rahul Dravid has his say on Koffee-gate: Players can’t abuse the system

first_imgAdvertisement 5dc5cNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vspn03Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E6zvy( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) sfl7Would you ever consider trying this?😱b1m7xCan your students do this? 🌚leyzRoller skating! Powered by Firework It’s been more than two weeks since the controversial TV show with Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul went on air. Both players missed the entire Australia ODI series and are now also going to miss the tour of New Zealand. The BCCI’s CoA is yet to come to an agreement over the quantum of punishment to be handed to the players. Rahul Dravid, who is presently the head coach of India U-19 and the India A teams, asked those critical of the pair’s comments to not take things too far as this isn’t the first time mistakes have been made and it wouldn’t be the last either.Advertisement Rahul Dravid urged people not to over react in the Pandya-Rahul controversy.“It is not that players did not make mistakes in the past. It is not that mistakes will not be made in the future despite our best efforts to educate the youth. But let us not overreact please,” Dravid told The Hindu on Monday.The 46-year-old, who has been responsible for mentoring the youngsters in the Under-19 and the India A squads, highlighted the importance of having players understand their roles and responsibilities, and the role of the management in making them understand its value.Advertisement “Players come from different teams and their roles of responsibility need to be addressed. Issues will always be there and we have to educate and guide then. They should be told they can’t abuse the system. I learnt from watching seniors in Karnataka, from parents and coaches. They were my role models. No one sat me down and gave me a lecture. I observed and learnt. The best learning process happens in the dressing room from your seniors. But we should not over-react.“People forget in the past also incidents have happened. Today it gets highlighted more but I agree we need to keep mentoring them, educating them because challenges today are different on and off the field. They have to remember their responsibilities as Indian cricketers. It can’t be everything was great earlier and everything is bad today.”Advertisement CoA chief Vinod Rai admitted to the need of grooming youngsters in the right manner before they get overawed with the limelight and attention that the sport offers.“This has been my concern and, in fact recommendation, for youngsters in the game. I have already started the process for the same. We will start in the NCA (National Cricket Academy) with all players U-23 – all categories,” Rai said.  Advertisementlast_img read more

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