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Shawn Michaels Making a Return Before SummerSlam

NEW YORK - MARCH 26: WWE wrestlers Shawn Michaels and Triple H attend the USA Network Upfront at The Modern on March 26, 2008 in New York City.  (Photo by Andrew Walker/Getty Images)
xxValentinoxx Aka rashadCorrespondent IJuly 28, 2009

I am 100 percent sure that Shawn Michaels is returning at or before SummerSlam. It was announced that Triple H will be facing Ted and Cody next week in a handicap match.

The Heartbreak Kid might interfere in this match. At SummerSlam it will be DX vs. Legacy in what I hope is not a squash match.

Get ready for a Shawn Michaels return that might just make raw interesting again. Triple H has nothing really to do but beat up Legacy since Orton is facing Cena at SummerSlam just like he did two years ago....

But a DX match wont make this pay-per-view memorable. If they wanted to make it memorable, they would have Undertaker make his return as well with Kane as his partner and have the brothers face the unified tag champs.

This could eventually lead up to the Jericho vs. Taker feud. Can you imagine the hype that would be around a DX and Brothers of Destruction return on the same night?

The only thing that could be better than that is if they faced each other; that would be historic and would help promote the tag team DVD in a big way. but the WWE wouldn't do something that cool...or would they?

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