The Heartbreak Kid, The Showstopper, The Main-Event, Mr. WrestleMania.
Call him what you will, but there is no denying that Shawn Michaels has delivered some of the best moments, matches and promos over the last 20 years.
From his days as a rebel who didn't care about what he said to a mature adult who wanted to becoming a role model, Shawn has always entertained fans in a way that only he can.
Here is part two of some of his very best moments.
In case you missed part one or want to relive it, here you go!
Say what you will about the 2006-2010 version of Dx. They may not have been as controversial as they once were, but they certainly gave the fans some gut-busting moments, such as when they took over Vince's production truck.
"I'm not Barry White...I sound like Darth Vader."—Vince McMahon
Never before had an "Iron Man" match been held in the WWE.
What better way to introduce it to your audience than to have your two best all-around performers compete for 60 minutes at the industry's biggest event.
Only a few months after his epic return from a nearly five-year hiatus, Shawn Michaels competed in the first ever Elimination Chamber match and won!
This was a great moment to witness because this one was different for Shawn. He wasn't an angry young man with drug problems. This time, he was a mature adult who wanted to give back to the business.
When someone brings up a ladder match, I don't think of Jeff Hardy or Edge, I think of Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 10.
The spots and bumps both HBK and Razor took with the ladder had never been seen before, so this match defiantly ushered in a new wave of matches.
When people think of Shawn Michaels breaking his back on the casket, they don't think of that being one of his best moments.
This just proved how tough and determined he is. He messed up two discs in his back and continued the match at a high velocity. Not only that, he wrestled Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania and still put on a great effort.
Plus, as weird as it sounds, if he wasn't forced into retirement, he wouldn't have found God and probably wouldn't have come back in 2002 to give a new generation of fans the chance to see how great of a performer he can be.
During a match between Owen Hart and Kama Mustafa (The Godfather), DX decided to come out and take over the commentary booth while eating bananas.
It's pretty funny stuff, and I definitely recommend watching it if you haven't before.
Shawn Michaels became the first person to enter No. 1 in the Royal Rumble and win it.
Not only that, but he came back the following year and won it again.
How can you not love this moment?
It's pure gold, and it's what made the USA Network get behind the WWF and their Attitude Era.
Here's the uncensored version.
This clip may not stick out in many people's minds. But one particular phrase that HBK utters I'm sure you know very well.
I remember the first time I saw this. I couldn't stop laughing. It was so unexpected, and Michael Cole put it as the best "Shawn Michaels has made a career about being in the center of the storm, and he did it again."
As commissioner of the WWF back in 1999, Shawn Michaels took it upon himself to make Vince's life as annoying as possible whenever he saw fit.
On this particular episode of Monday Night Raw...Shawn Michaels decided to mess with Vince and everyone else.
If you're trying to introduce a new match to your audience, what better way to get people hooked on it than to have Shawn Michaels compete in it?
Ladder match, Hell in a Cell and Elimination Chamber all featured Shawn Michaels in the inaugural contest because nobody can set the bar higher than he can.
Who doesn't like seeing a DX reunion?
Let's be honest, who ever really thought this would happen?
Sure, the NWO in the WWE was lackluster, but this moment was a huge shock.
These two feuded off and on from 2003 to 2010.
Their first feud resulted in a phenomenal match at WrestleMania 19.
Their next feud (which many consider legendary) took place throughout most of the second half of 2008.
Their final feud was when DX was going back and forth with Chris Jericho and Big Show during late 2009 and into early 2010.
These two always had great chemistry together. You can tell that Jericho really based his move set and mannerisms on his idol, Shawn Michaels.
Shawn Michaels has had a storybook career. He's won numerous titles, headlined numerous WrestleManias and is one of the most idolized wrestlers of all time.
His final match with The Undertaker was a classic. It wasn't as good as their first encounter. However, for two men who have performed for over two decades and have suffered numerous injuries, they put on a better match than most healthy men in their prime could ever dream of doing.
On paper, Shawn may have lost, but he won in the end.
He headlined WrestleMania 26 with The Undertaker and got to go out on top. How many people can say that?
For which wrestler would you like to see for the next "best of" series?