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WWE RAW: MAJOR Superstar teasing HEEL turn on the show

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Shinsuke Nakamura, a superstar known for his charisma and unique style, appears to be continuing to tease a heel turn on WWE RAW.

During a recent match, Nakamura displayed behaviour that is typically associated with a heel character. This change was evident in his match against Tommaso Ciampa, where Nakamura’s actions were far from his usual sportsmanlike conduct.

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The Match That Sparked Speculation

Last week, Nakamura was seen getting irritable with people interfering in “his business.” This week, his behaviour took a more sinister turn. Despite initially dismissing Ciampa in a backstage segment, Nakamura agreed to a match to resolve their issues. However, the match didn’t go as one might expect.

Nakamura, in a surprising move, used one of the oldest tricks in the wrestling book to secure his victory. He held onto Ciampa’s trunks for leverage, a move that is often associated with heel characters. This action, coupled with his previous irritability, suggests a potential shift towards a darker side for Nakamura.

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What Does This Mean for WWE RAW?

Nakamura’s potential heel turn could significantly impact the dynamics of WWE Raw. Heel characters often serve as the antagonists in wrestling storylines, and their actions can lead to exciting and unpredictable developments.

If Nakamura does turn heel, it could lead to new rivalries and storylines, providing fresh content for WWE Raw viewers.

However, it’s important to remember that this is currently just speculation, and fans will have to wait and see how this situation unfolds.

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