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WWE RAW: Major Superstar Reveals Frustration Following This Week’s Show

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In a surprising turn of events, WWE superstar Shinsuke Nakamura has expressed his discontent following the July 17th episode of Raw.

The popular star took to social media to voice his frustration, hinting at a possible shift in his WWE journey.

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The Match That Sparked It All

The episode in question saw Nakamura pitted against Bronson Reed in a singles match. However, the match was abruptly halted when Tommaso Ciampa attacked Reed, seemingly in retaliation for Reed’s previous interference in Ciampa’s match against the Miz.

Nakamura, not one to stand by, retaliated against Ciampa, potentially indicating a heel turn.

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WWE RAW: The Struggles of Shinsuke Nakamura

Despite being initially presented as a significant figure upon his return to WWE, Nakamura has seen limited success since his transition to the Raw brand.

His last televised victory was against Ricochet on the June 5th edition of Raw. Since his move to Raw in the WWE Draft in April, Nakamura has only secured four victories on TV.

His last win, either televised or at a house show, was against Dominik Mysterio in a dark match at the June 16th SmackDown taping.

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The Future of Nakamura in WWE

Nakamura’s recent social media outburst has left fans and critics alike speculating about his future in WWE. With his recent struggles and expressed frustration, it remains to be seen how WWE will handle Nakamura’s storyline moving forward.

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