Former WWE manager reflects on Shinsuke Nakamura



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Former WWE manager reflects on Shinsuke Nakamura

Shinsuke Nakamura is almost unanimously recognized as one of the brightest athletes around. However, since he chose to land in WWE, the Japanese wrestler has ended up at the center of several controversies related. After being the iconic face of NXT, of which he also became champion, 'The King of Strong Style' has been transferred to the main roster (where he has amassed mixed fortunes).

Many fans and insiders believe WWE has never fully exploited the potential of the Japanese, who recently defeated Baron Corbin in SmackDown to take the nickname 'King' Kenny Bolin, best known for being John Cena's manager, was a guest on the 'Smack Talk' show hosted by Rick Ucchino.

Bolin has always been a great admirer of Nakamura, considering the criticisms that have rained on him in recent years unfair.

Kenny Bolin on Shinsuke Nakamura

“In my opinion, Shinsuke Nakamura is a master of psychology and work ethic.

I think he's the most talented in WWE right now, even though he hasn't been used very well since he got there. I started watching WWE wrestling again just as I saw that Nakamura had landed at NXT. He had the strongest impact he has ever seen in recent years.

That entrance made me fall in love with him even before I realized how phenomenal his mental strength is. This guy has the right skills, as well as being a great worker” - said Bolin. Shinsuke Nakamura will have an opportunity that could turn his career around on July 18, 2021.

The Japanese player has in fact earned the chance to win the Money in the Bank ladder match staged in the pay-per-view of the same name. “My priority has always been wrestling, but I have numerous hobbies in my spare time.

I really like surfing, which is also a way to disconnect and work on myself. It allows me to meditate and relax on a muscular level," Nakamura said in the latest edition of 'WWE The Bump' Brock Lesnar might have ended his Japanese excursion on a sour note, but he got to spend some quality in-ring time with Shinsuke Nakamura.

The popular SmackDown talent added that he would be ready to face Lesnar again in WWE if the opportunity came his way. "If I have the opportunity, of course," revealed Nakamura when asked about a potential WWE match against Brock Lesnar.

Shinsuke Nakamura is back to being a babyface on the Blue brand, and 2021 could be a potentially fruitful year for the respected veteran.