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Shinsuke Nakamura Releases Nunchuck Birthday Workout Video

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WWE Superstar Shinsuke Nakamura released a unique video on his Twitter account earlier today to celebrate his birthday. The King of Strong Style can be seen using nunchucks in the workout video, a weapon that he clearly is pretty proficient in.

The SmackDown Superstar appeared to be gearing up for a major push from the company recently. Nakamura was recently turned back babyface and his entrance once again includes the original version of his now iconic theme tune. Since the beginning of the ‘push’ Nakamura has been somewhat relegated once again to a midcard role on the Friday Night program.

Shinsuke Nakamura With The Weapons

It was recently reported that Daniel Bryan pitched for Cesaro to get the original mini-push that Shinsuke Nakamura received just over a month ago. With Cesaro now available again on WWE programming it appears as though WWE are getting behind the Swiss Superstar somewhat.

Check out Shinsuke Nakamura’s birthday workout here:

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