Shinsuke Nakamura is on WWE’s overseas tour right now and he’s receiving outstanding receptions every night. Obviously “The Artist” Shinsuke Nakamura’s appeal reaches all the way around the globe.
WWE recently took over Valencia Spain and Shinsuke’s entrance was unbelievable. The difference between this entrance and every other Nakamura entrance we’ve seen so far on the main roster is it happened outside.
The Plaza de Toros lit up when Shinsuke Nakamura took the ring during his now-famous entrance. Fans belted out the melody to Nakamura’s theme song and their notes bounced off of the structure to resembled a massive choir. The building has an old feel to it and it should because it’s old.
The SmackDown brand wrestled at The Plaza de Toros in the middle of a bullring. Plaza de Toros literally translates to “bullring.” The building was built in the 1850’s and was inspired by civil roman architecture. It’s a really cool building to hold a wrestling show, that’s for sure.
You can tell by his entrance Shinsuke Nakamura took over The Plaza de Toros like the mightiest bullfighter. Let’s hope this is a sign of big things to come for Nakamura as he starts his ascent up WWE’s roster.
If the Plaza de Toros had a roof, Shinsuke Nakamura would have blown it off.
— Anthony England (@WrestledadTV) May 6, 2017
In September last year, Scotty Too Hotty returned to WWE as a trainer at the WWE Performance Center. It was a good move on WWE’s part because Scotty can teach so many talents how to work and display charisma.
Team DIY have to be two of his favorite students. They’re about his size and can work their butts off. It has to be fun working with such great talent for both Scotty and Team DIY.
The NXT roster had a break and the three of them decided to take a look at SeaWorld. You can tell these guys get along really well but it will only be a matter of time before Gargano and Ciampa are missing Scotty when they’re on WWE’s main roster. But Scotty won’t be lonely because Too Hotty can continue to advise the newest WWE hopefuls on their way up.
It’s kind of cool they went to SeaWorld in San Diego. They can learn all about whales and how San Diego got its name from them there.
— Scotty 2 Hotty (@TheScotty2Hotty) May 6, 2017