In 1994, Randy wanted to work with Shawn Michaels. He wanted to have a two-year program with him. They said they were having a youth movement, and that's why he quit. He said, 'I think I'll get a second opinion on that.' He would've lost the match to Shawn Michaels, at WrestleMania, but his goal, and one of the things that bothered him the most, was that he was never able to have a match as good as the one he had with Ricky Steamboat. He felt, even in his advanced years - I guess he was 41 - that he could have a Ricky Steamboat-calibre match with Shawn Michaels.
I don't know if he could or if he couldn't, if he was already too old or whatever, but wouldn't you love to see him try? He would've put him over, in the middle of the ring, and retired to the announce booth… but instead he went to the WCW and guess what he brought with him? 'Snap into a Slim Jim'. And Vince doesn't like to lose even one round.