There was speculation a few months ago claiming that Michaels would have another encounter against Undertaker following their five-star matches at WrestleMania 25 and 26.
The Heartbreak Kid retired nine years ago after his second Mania clash with Taker but returned to the ring at WWE Crown Jewel last November to reform D-Generation X with Triple H and face the reunited Brothers of Destruction, consisting of The Phenom and Kane.
The Icon, however, said that his in-ring career is over but insists he is not done with professional wrestling altogether.
The four-time world champion is very pleased with what he has achieved and is glad to roll credits on his storied career as he is now focused on training the superstars of tomorrow as an NXT coach.
WWE opened their newest Performance Center just outside London which will be home to 30 competitors signed to the British developmental brand NXT UK.
Michaels attended the event alongside WWE superstars Triple H, Finn Balor as well as Charlotte Flair and stated that his performance at Crown Jewel was a one-off.
The ex-WWE Champion told Sky Sports: “Yes, that was a special thing obviously and I felt that one for a while.
“So I’m good with what I’ve done.
“That’s why I don’t do a lot of interviews, I don’t spend much time in front of the camera.
“I’m very much behind these men and women.
“It’s their time and I want them to enjoy and make the most of it.
“I no longer want to do it anymore and the one thing that I have found in the last several years working with NXT is the only thing better than having your own WrestleMania moment is watching and helping somebody else have theirs.
“We had our time, we thoroughly enjoyed it, we know the potential of so many of these men and women and we know the great joy that they can have from this line of work cause we’ve had it.
“We’d like to pass that on.
“I feel like I lived the greatest life a man could ever live.
“And if I can help anybody have that same opportunity I’d like to do it.
“It’s a wonderful way to live your life.”