5 ways Shinsuke Nakamura could interfere in WWE title match at Clash Of Champions
With Shinsuke Nakamura’s next PPV matchup revealed to be him teaming up with Randy Orton, The Artist looks to notch up yet another victory, adding to his already impressive professional wrestling repertoire.
Nevertheless, when one considers the unmatched talent and undeniable charisma possessed by this SmackDown Superstar, it only makes sense for the WWE to involve him in the very top of the blue brand’s cards.
In other words, Shinsuke Nakamura is WWE Championship material.
Furthermore, when coupled with the relative lack of new opponents for reigning WWE Champion AJ Styles, the WWE could very well have Nakamura insert himself into a storyline with the Phenomenal One. The stage is set for the commencement of a Nakamura-Styles feud, in the form of WWE’s final 2017 PPV.
So, without further ado, here are a few ways in which the real king of Strong Style can interfere in the WWE title match at Clash Of Champions… and should it happen, don’t be surprised. Just stay hype!
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For those unaware, Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles are no strangers to one another inside the ring. And bear in mind, this doesn’t even take into account their in-ring performances in WWE.
Nakamura and Styles have faced each other outside the WWE, and perhaps The Artist can use their previous encounters as a foundation — so to speak — and reignite a new feud with the Phenomenal One in the WWE.
AJ Styles will defend his WWE Championship against Jinder Mahal at Clash Of Champions on December 17th — a matchup that could see Nakamura costing Styles the title by distracting the latter against the ever-dangerous Modern Day Maharajah.
A ringside distraction on part of Nakamura may force Styles to take his eyes off the ball, and with his back turned to Mahal, the unthinkable could happen again. Besides, Mahal has vowed to become a two-time WWE Champion — a fact that has been reiterated by industry experts ever since he dropped the title to Styles.