Shinsuke Nakamura is one of the most popular members of the Smackdown roster at the moment, and fans have been singing along to his catchy “The Rising Sun” entrance theme ever since he arrived in WWE. However, Nakamura has abandoned his fan-favorite persona in favor of a new attitude in recent weeks. “The King of Strong Style” also just debuted a remixed version of his entrance theme titled “Shadows of a Setting Sun” by Shadows of The Sun on Smackdown last night. The new entrance theme is sure to breath some new life into Shinsuke Nakamura. WWE has already uploaded the official music video for the new theme, which can be viewed down below:

WWE just held this week’s edition of Monday Night Raw in St. Louis, Missouri, and it officially marked the first post-Superstar Shakeup edition of the series, and it also served as the final Raw show before WWE’s Greatest Royal Rumble event this Friday. Given that the show was in his hometown, perhaps it is no surprise to learn that WWE Hall of Famer Harley Race was backstage for the show this past Monday night. New Raw Superstars Natalya and Sunil Singh have posted photos of themselves backstage with Race during the show from earlier this week. They both shared some stories that they had about Race and have noted that he is a true legend in the world of professional wrestling.

 

Such an honor to see the legendary Harley Race backstage in St. Louis. Harley and the Hart family have an incredible history as Harley worked for my grandfather in Stampede Wrestling as one of Stu’s main event wrestlers. We shared some funny stories of my grandfather today and I know Stu is smiling down from heaven remembering the good old days. Nothing but respect for you, Harley! ♥?????
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An honor to reconnect w/ @8XNWAChampion. When we 1st started out in this business, we attended Harley’s camps in Eldon, Missouri, multiple times, hoping to get noticed by the big leagues. Learning under Harley’s guidance in our early years was truly a highlight of our careers. pic.twitter.com/vjV01mo1cu
— Singh Brothers (@SinghBrosWWE) April 24, 2018

Edge has remained retired from the wrestling business ever since he was forced to leave the ring due to multiple injuries that he had sustained over the course of his career back in 2011. After being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, Edge has continued to appear for WWE in a guest star capacity, and he also currently hosts the Edge & Christian Show on the WWE Network. Although Edge has mostly distanced himself from wrestling with acting roles in recent years, PWInsider has reported that the Hall of Famer is currently in Orlando, Florida visiting the WWE Performance Center. There is currently no word as to why Edge is visiting the PC, but he is likely there to visit friends or help some of the developing talents.

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