WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels was helping out at the NXT television tapings yesterday, his first taping since he became a coach at the WWE Performance Center.
HBK moved with his family, at least temporarily, to Orlando to teach a class at the Performance Center, believed to be the class of the final stage before the call-up to the main roster. His move to Orlando is not a short-term one but he is not signed to a full-time deal as a coach yet.
There were 14 matches taped yesterday which will be part of the upcoming weekly NXT shows on the WWE Network. The new NXT champion Shinsuke Nakamura was in town along with other favorites such as Bobby Roode, Hideo Itami, Samoa Joe, and others.