Shinsuke Nakamura commented on WWE SmackDown tonight after bringing back its old theme –

Shinsuke Nakamura commented on WWE SmackDown tonight after bringing back its old theme

Tonight’s episode of WWE SmackDown featured a match between Shinsuke Nakamura and Jay Yuso. For his scheduled match against Uso, Nakamura took a ring walk to the tune of his old WWE entrance theme which he used as a good man.

Following his victory over Jae Yuso which solidified Nakamura’s status as a babyface, The King of Strong Style took to Twitter to say ‘The Rising Sun’ – the name of his old subject, for good. came back.

Nakamura healed AJ Styles after the match at WrestleMania 34, where Styles successfully defended the WWE Championship. After Nakamura became a bad guy, a more aggressive rendition of his babyface theme was titled ‘Shadows of a Setting Sun’, featuring vocals in the Japanese etiquette of the band Shadow of the Sun.

Rumors suggested that this was probably done so that the WWE Universe could not sing with its theme because they used their hugely popular babyface theme.

Nakamura hinted at turning his face after being attacked during an impressive gauntlet match by WWE Universal Champion Roman Rance and JU Uso, which would have given him a shot at the Universal title of Tribal Chief and now looks like the cast would be ‘ There is no problem in using. ‘Rising Sun’ won again tonight.

Tonight on WWE SmackDown vs Shinsuke Nakamura

Nakamura took on Jey Uso with a warm-up in tonight’s SmackDown opening match and looked ready to teach the six-time tag team champion a lesson to price his No. 1 contender opportunity last week. Nakamura’s former tag team partner Kesaro came out in the middle of the match with Uso and headed the commentary table.

During Nakamura’s match, Cesaro announced that he was entering the 2021 Men’s Royal Rumble match and said that although he hadn’t been there when Nakamura was attacked last week, he was out with his friend to watch. Liye is present on tonight’s show.

Although Kesaro was near the ring, Nakamura did not need the assistance of The Swiss Cyborg as he managed to bring down Uso with Kinshasa and win.

Published 16 January 2021, 08:53 IST


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