Release Date: April 8th, 2018
Cast: Shinsuke Nakamura, Triple H, various
WWE, 37 Minutes
I was hoping for more out of this but WWE’s modern documentaries are really a mixed bag, as sometimes they just throw shit together because they need content for their streaming network.
Being a big fan of Shinsuke Nakamura, I hoped this would go more into the man and his career.
Granted, WWE won’t show his New Japan stuff or even really acknowledge it because they like to pretend that no other wrestling exists outside of their own sphere.
Anyway, this follows Nakamura from the time he won the 2018 Royal Rumble up to his match for the World Championship at Wrestlemania, a few months later.
This isn’t as insightful as one would hope and it kind of just randomly checks in on him and lets him talk for a minute or two before cutting to something else. Sadly, I never felt like they really let you know the guy but WWE also has a poor track record of dealing with language barriers, even though Nakamura is pretty damn good at English.
I don’t know, it was cool seeing him being featured in his own documentary; I just wish that WWE would’ve given a shit.
Pairs well with: other modern documentaries made for the WWE Network.