Shinsuke Nakamura and A.J. Styles renewed a feud on SmackDown that firstly began in New Japan Pro Wrestling. Even despite the fact that they have got wrestled every different dozens of occasions in more than one international locations, Nakamura nonetheless believes there’s extra the 2 of them can do within the ring.
“Yeah, but still I want to wrestle him again,” Nakamura answered when requested if he used to be satisfied together with his fits with Styles. “I believe I will be able to do extra nice fits. Wrestling on pay-per-view, wrestling on TV display, time may be very strict. So, after all I believe like I were given used to the WWE taste. So, possibly subsequent time, if I combat AJ, I will be able to create greater than before.”
It’s no secret that the WWE taste is other than that during maximum different wrestling promotions. After wrestling in New Japan for 14 years, Nakamura mentioned adapting to the WWE taste.
“WWE style is a much different platform than other wrestling companies, I think. Each wrestler wrestles under strict rules that fans never know,” mentioned Nakamura. “Time-wise, they’re really strict, so you have to choose what is the most important thing to show in five minutes, two minutes, one minute. It’s completely different with other wrestling, I think.”
Even with the adaptation in kinds, maximum enthusiasts would agree that Nakamura has adjusted just tremendous to how WWE does issues. He received the United States Championship from Jeff Hardy at Extreme Rules, and that is his first name reign since becoming a member of the primary roster in 2017.
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“I think I can do more. I feel like I finally got used to the WWE style. Maybe next time, if I wrestle AJ, I can create more than before.”@ShinsukeN talks to @davidlagreca1 & @bullyray5150 on wrestling the WWE taste and his feud with @AJStylesOrg.#SDLive #USTitle #NakAmerica percent.twitter.com/wXkbHHsIyr
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