Saturday, June 25, 2022

WWE News: Asuka, Nakamura and other Asian superstars talk about Japan and China heritage- Watch video

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WWE News: Several WWE and WWE NXt superstars of Asian descent, especially in China and Japan celebrate the AAPI month, i.e., Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

Several WWE Superstar of Asian descent, including the Japanese stars Shinsuke Nakamura, Asuka, NXT Cruiserweight Champion Kushida, current 24/7 Champion Akira Tozawa, and Chinese superstar Xia Li reflect on what their heritage means to them. 

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WWE News: They spoke about their heritage in a video footage!

WWE posted a video on their official Twitter portal where all the aforementioned stars expressed their gratitude towards the Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Interestingly, stars like Shinsuke Nakamura and Asuka, who have had difficulties speaking English in the past, were seen speaking the language with utmost grace.

Xia Li was the only Chinese superstar in the video. She is also the first-ever Chinese female superstar in WWE- this is something that makes her proud. She also emphasized the fact that very soon she will become the first-ever Chinese champion in WWE.

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Here’s the video,

Watch the whole celebration on Peacock Network in the United States and WWE Network in other parts of the world.

Also Read: WWE Raw and Smackdown Schedule: WWE reveals next three venues and dates of their 25-day live tour

WWE News: Friday Night awaits WWE Smackdown 

Smackdown will be live from WWE Thunderdome at the Yuengling Center in Tampa, Florida. The night will be full of exciting contests, with one match already announced on the last week’s episode. The Street Profits will be taking on The Usos in a tag-team match.- This would be the first time in over a year when The Usos will be back as a tag team. However, Jey Uso, the ‘Right Hand Man’ of Universal Champion Roman Reigns wasn’t thoroughly impressed that Jimmy asked for this match from WWE official Sonya Deville without his consent. What unfolds this week between The Usos and Roman Reigns? It would be really interesting to know.

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