Lil Uzi Vert, an American rapper, has been enjoying the excitement of his latest music album. It was just released, as the rapper announced that he would drop it at midnight on June 30th. He also revamped the WWE Superstar Shinsuke Nakamura’s theme song, “The Rising Sun,” in his own unique way. In a 50-second audio clip circulating on Twitter, Uzi Vert added some vocals to the original theme song. The fan response has been mostly positive, with many wondering how it would sound if Nakamura started using it as his entrance in WWE. Nakamura’s iconic theme song is considered one of the best, with its catchy melody that makes it easy for listeners to sing along. There is a growing trend of improving WWE Superstars’ themes, with Rev Theory doing the same for Randy Orton’s voice. They claim that it is louder and more intense than the original version. It can be accessed on YouTube through the band’s official channel. There is no information on whether The Viper, who is rumored to return at Money in the Bank, will use this theme or not. Lil Uzi Vert sampled Shinsuke Nakamura’s theme song, “The Rising Sun,” in his latest album, Pink Tape. The song is titled “Nakamura.” pic.twitter.com/Lrj7iRDH33- PW Chronicle (@_PWChronicle) June 30, 2023 Shinsuke Nakamura has a big opportunity this Saturday Shinsuke Nakamura could be the dark horse at Money in the Bank (Image credit: Bleacher Report) WWE will be holding their annual Money in the Bank pay-per-view event live this Saturday. For the first time, the event will originate from the United Kingdom. The card is stacked with some great matches. However, the match that will surely draw the most attention is the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match. The participants include Logan Paul, LA Knight, Damian Priest, Shinsuke Nakamura, Santos Escobar, Butch, and Ricochet. The competition for the win now revolves around Logan Paul, LA Knight & Damian Priest. However, the King of Strong Style could emerge as a dark horse. Shinsuke Nakamura has gained much-needed momentum under Triple H’s creative reign. Additionally, the King of Kings is said to be a big supporter of the wrestling sensation hailing from Kyoto. If he doesn’t win, Nakamura will surely reflect his frustration through his performance at the O2 Arena in London. In case you missed it: T-Shirt Lottery Sami Zayn’s Bloodline is reportedly canceled after receiving a ‘Cease & Desist’ email Dave Bautista clarifies his WWE Hall of Fame induction, stating that his Hollywood commitments are a hurdle.