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The Insanity Of The Heartbreak Kid

The Mad Wrestling FanContributor IDecember 18, 2016

Greetings to all my fellow Bleacher bloggers. I hail from Wesley Chapel, Florida and this is my very first attempt to write an article for this great website, enjoy.

The purpose of this article is to bring Mr. Wrestlemania's all of a sudden "loser" attitude into review.

Shawn goes through the entire year super kicking people's head off, joking around, chopping wrestler's chest basically off but something happens all of a sudden!

It seems that the early part of the year has an effect on him...but why? Is it the weather? Maybe is due to Shawn realizing that a new year has begun and therefore he will be one year older and closer to retirement.

They say that the older we get the inner child in us sometimes comes out and that's what I see in this January through April timeslot for Mr. Hickenbottom.

But it has to be more than that? Is it something that he is still trying to prove?

In October 1990, Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty defeated The Hart Foundation for the WWE World Tag Team titles. Despite winning the match, the win and reign are not recognized by WWE, as the ring ropes broke and the match was not aired on television.

As a result, Michaels is only officially recognized as a 5-time World Tag Team Champion. Nope...Jannetty walked away from the WWE and Shawn remained.

Maybe perhaps his temporary insanity is due to tax season and he is trying to convince somebody that wrestling is the cause of his tax problems with the IRS (remember the JBL temporary job employment to obtain money)

Regardless of this lame article and the investigation involved to figure out Mr. Hickenbottom, he will definetly perform a stellar performance at this year's Wrestlemania.

 

 

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