Nakamura made his debut Tuesday night on Smackdown Live - just two days following WrestleMania 33.
- Tye Dillinger made his main roster debut on Smackdown, beating Curt Hawkins, and discussed his debut on Talking Smack (check out our full Talking Smack report). I couldn't think of a better send off for Dillinger, who seemed to be eternally stuck in the mid-card despite being one of the most over acts on the entire roster.
But the King of Strong Style, former IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental champion and two-time NXT titleholder is working on television for the biggest wrestling company in the world - right where he belongs.
Played to the ring by his own personal violinist, Nakamura made quite the entrance when he was revealed to the WWE Universe.
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The Miz and Maryse had appeared in their Total Bellas cosplay, and ran down an absent Cena and Nikki.
Nakamura was then standing alone in the ring as the crowd would chant his name for well over a minute.
Nakamura didn't say a single word, but he didn't have to - the reaction of the crowd said it all.
SmackDown Live is the ideal home for Nakamura for a number of reasons.
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The King of Strong Style was the second NXT star to debut on Smackdown on Tuesday following a crowd favourite, the ideal 10, Tye Dillinger.
On this week's episode Shinsuke Nakamura finally got called up to the main roster and he joined the stars of SmackDown Live.
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