Whether you like him or not, “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels is one of the best performers in wrestling history. In his youth, he was a brash and cocky Superstar who could always back it up in the ring, and in his prime, he was celebrated for being able to get a good match out of any wrestler he faced, no matter who it was. After a back injury robbed him of several years and nearly his entire career, he returned to the ring a changed man, but still one of the absolute best wrestlers in the world. As a wily veteran, he continued to show that he could wrestle with the very best the business had to offer, and even carry the undeserving to the greatest matches of their careers. He even ended his in-ring career in 2010 while still, arguably, at the top of his game, choosing to go out with his head held high. Over a career that spawned more than thirty years, HBK had more than his share of spectacular matches, and limiting it to his ten best was a struggle of epic proportions, but somehow, we managed it.