BY SEPTEMBER 11, 2019
Shinsuke Nakamura was on the fast track to irrelevancy before joining forces with Sami Zayn on the August 20 edition of SmackDown Live. In the last three weeks alone, though, the duo have become one of the more talked-about acts in WWE and so far have been much better off than they were before.
It had been painfully apparent since he made his main roster debut in April 2017 that Nakamura needed a mouthpiece. Although his eccentric mannerisms mostly do the talking for him, his promos had always been his biggest weakness.
Thankfully, Zayn is a terrific talker and thus the two complement each other very well. If handled properly, they can work their way up the ladder on SmackDown and solidify themselves as the top talents they are destined to be.
Nakamura put the entire WWE locker room on notice following his hot arrival on SmackDown two nights removed from WrestleMania 33. Unfortunately, it quickly became clear in his program with Dolph Ziggler that his lack of mic skills would hold him back … Read More HERE