The development and growth of young wrestlers in WWE always has particular attention from the WWE Universe, but at the same time, it must be said that many, among the fans of the company, do not like this continuous search for wrestlers of the past by Vince McMahon and from the top of the federation.
It did not go unnoticed that in the last Royal Rumble the federation preferred to aim for the victory of a legend but in any case a wrestler of the past like Edge 'pushing' back athletes like Big E, Apollo Crews and Shinsuke Nakamura.
A few weeks ago Nakamura was one step away from becoming, during a Gauntlet Match at Friday Night Smackdown, the first challenger of the WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, but the latter, together with his trusty Jimmy Uso, intervened to favor the resounding victory for Adam Pearce.
However, that clash showed all the progress made by the Japanese wrestler who managed to defeat some opponents and showed the great work done and part of his interesting talent. However, there are recent rumors about his future, and they are far from satisfactory.
Shinsuke Nakamura in WWE
According to recent reports from colleagues from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, despite Shinsuke Nakamura being a WWE Universe favorite, the federation won't be aiming for a big push on him.
In fact, the latest rumors claim that The King of Strong Style will be used with the aim of creating new stars within the main roster, but there are no plans for titles for him. The wrestler himself has already been notified by the WWE creative team.
At the moment Shinsuke Nakamura is not a priority for WWE and if he will be used in great matches he will only be with the aim of enhancing the opponent's qualities. The Japanese wrestler is considered by many as one capable of being the protagonist of spectacular and quite dynamic challenges and WWE would therefore like to focus on these characteristics to enhance some of the young talents within its roster.
Shinsuke Nakamura appears to be not backing down in his pursuit of gold in WWE. In a recent video promo that the star uploaded to his Twitter account, the King of Strong Style laid out his plans to championship glory in WWE.
"This year I didn't win the Royal Rumble, yeah, but all is not lost. My dream - no, my purpose...I will be the first-ever Japanese WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Royal Rumble is only one path on my journey. I need to find - I will find another way to climb the mountain. My journey is not finished. Life goes on."