One Piece followers will attempt to discover indicators in absolutely anything, and we imply absolutely anything. Before, the collection has spun out new fan-theories from meals containers of all issues, and that does not even be aware all of the comparisons made. In reality, such a connection was made this weekend all thanks to 1 WWE star.
Taking to Twitter, a fan-favorite wrester from Japan obtained anime followers buzzing once they posted a photograph of Nakamura in his newest gear. Suzuki Minoru shared the hilarious picture, and it requested whether or not Nakamura had change into a member of Sanji Vinsmoke’s clan.
“Eh? Is this Germa,” the wrestler requested.
— 鈴木みのる (@suzuki_D_minoru) September 17, 2019
As you’ll be able to see above, the publish references the outfit which Nakamura wore to his newest match. The wrestler appeared on the Clash of Clans alongside hype man Sami Zayn. It was there he confronted off with The Miz and got here out victorious. Of course, the victory was met with reward, however it was nearly overshadowed by his candy costume.
Dressed in a good leather-based bodysuit, the black-and-red outfit has a deep v-neck. The remainder of the outfit was bolstered by a shiny pink cape which supplies off some severe superhero vibes. The look was completed off with a aspect swept hairdo, and the lengthy hair provides actual aptitude to the aesthetic.
This particular outfit is what obtained Minoru and others doing a double take at Nakamura. The over-the-top look comes off as one which the Germa 66 would rock. The military is bolstered by the Vinsmoke clan is thought for its flashy raid fits which have ample energy. Given how Nakamura took down The Miz, Minoru is not incorrect to ask whether or not this swimsuit belongs to the Vinsmoke clan, so let’s hope creator Eiichiro Oda makes this WWE costume canon earlier than lengthy.
Do you see the comparability between these fits…? Let me know within the feedback or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB to speak all issues comics and anime!
Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece first started serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997. It has since been collected into over 80 volumes, and has been a vital and business success worldwide with lots of the volumes breaking printing data in Japan. The manga has even set a Guinness World Record for probably the most copies revealed for a similar comedian e book by a single writer, and is the best-selling manga collection worldwide with over 430 million copies offered. The collection nonetheless ranked primary in manga gross sales in 2018, which shocked followers of main new entries.