Shinsuke Nakamura is incredible. This guy got to be so big in New Japan he was practically a rock star. His mashup of Michael Jackson and destroying his opponents’ faces was a grand recipe for success that truly made him The King Of Strong Style.

Fans really need to research some of Nakamura’s older matches if they’ve just become fans of his since he jumped to SmackDown Live. But it’s a good idea to avoid the match he had with Brock Lesnar because that one wasn’t his best showing, to say the least.

Ever since Shinsuke Nakamura had his first rock star entrance when he defeated Sami Zayn at NXT TakeOver: Dallas, The Artist has captivated the WWE Universe. He’s also caused a lot of pain along the way. His finisher used to be called the Bomaye Kick in New Japan but for some reason, WWE changed it to the Kinshasa. No matter the name change, it’s still just as nice as ever.

WWE’s YouTube account recently uploaded an amazing video featuring some of Shinsuke Nakamura’s best Kinshasas during his run with the company. The highlight video features plenty of action from NXT against the likes of Finn Balor, Samoa Joe, and more. But there are also a few main roster spots in the package as well.

Even though Nakamura hasn’t had much time to knee people in the face on SmackDown Live since his debut after WrestleMania Kevin Owens, Baron Corbin, and Dolph Ziggler have still had a chance to taste the pain.

This video is only thirty seconds long and just like Shinsuke Nakamura’s devastating finisher, it is over in the blink of an eye. It certainly has replay value because we’re sure you’re going to want to catch every moment of each stiff Kinsasha time and time again.

The video’s title is correct when it says it’s enough to many you want to scream, “YeaOh!”

  • Tren Mallet

    They changed the name of the finisher because “Bomaye” means “Kill You” in Japanese.