Shinsuke Nakamura Makes a ”Resurrection” Hint

Shinsuke Nakamura has a lengthy history of being regarded as one of the best Nakamuras in history, along with previous Celtic superstar Shunsuke Nakamura, for his incredible charisma, his ability to deliver punishment, whether it be for WWE or New Japan Pro Wrestling. And just now, he could be trying a brand-new trick: resurrection.

Early on Wednesday morning, Nakamura was browsing Twitter when he came across a message from a fan that included a video of Bayley doing CPR on a mannequin that had been severed in half but oddly appeared to be wearing Nakamura’s ring attire. This was his reply.

Nakamura’s Tweet is a bit different

Nakamura tweeted “Someone killed me,” accompanied with a face-palm emoji. “But I shall rise again,” Some people believe Nakamura is teasing a character makeover under the careful eye of the new WWE head of creative Triple H because there is a new leadership structure in place in the wake of Vince McMahon’s departure. But it’s equally possible that Nakamura was joining in on the fun given how ridiculous the tweet was.

Multi champion is not getting featured on WWE SmackDown

The former IWGP Heavyweight, IWGP Intercontinental, WWE Intercontinental, and Royal Rumble champion was still a major presence inside WWE even prior to the shift in leadership, routinely competing on the “Friday Night SmackDown” brand. Ludwig Kaiser was the opponent in his most recent two bouts, with Nakamura taking the first one before Kaiser took the second one on July 22.

The most recent edition of “SmackDown,” the first programme the blue brand had under Triple H’s management, did not include Nakamura.

Did you know he was the Youngest IWGP Champion

As the youngest-ever IWGP Heavyweight Champion, Shinsuke Nakamura didn’t take long to establish his place in New Japan Pro Wrestling history. He won the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in the 2003 NJPW Battle Final event by defeating Hiroyoshi Tenzan, and he was just 23 years old at the time.

Jeff Jarrett’s words

Shinsuke Nakamura recently received high accolades from a WWE Hall of Famer, who called him the “greatest sports entertainer Japan has ever produced.” As part of Ric Flair’s Last Match, where he will team up with Jay Lethal to compete against the 16-time World Champion and Andrade El Idolo in the tag team main event match on July 31, “The King Of The Mountain” has found himself back in the limelight. Additionally, “Double J” has been revealed to serve as the special guest referee for this year’s SummerSlam’s bout between The Usos and The Street Profits. In order to promote his presence this Saturday, Jarrett recently made a visit on WWE’s The Bump, where he also spoke about a variety of other subjects.

Will he get a proper push again?

Shinsuke Nakamura was regarded as a major event star and twice-crowned NXT Champion during his brief tenure in WWE NXT’s black and gold era. It was obvious that Triple H loved the King of Strong Style a lot. Nakamura’s career trajectory has been at best up-and-down since he was called up to the main team. While he did triumph in the 2018 Royal Rumble, he was unable to defeat AJ Styles and win the WWE Championship. The WWE Universe has been quite upbeat online about the possibility of future episodes of SmackDown featuring Shinsuke Nakamura thanks to Triple H’s leadership.

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