KENTA made it very clear that he invented the GTS. Now he might have someone interested in acquiring a license to use his “copyrighted material.”
Shinsuke Nakamura tweeted back at KENTA after he claimed a copyright on the GTS finisher. “How much is the fee?” Nakamura asked.
KENTA replied by saying: “Cheaper than Kinshasa,” which some could see as a dig. Nakamura didn’t seem bothered by this at all when he replied with: “Let me use G2S sometimes.”
Shinsuke Nakamura seemed to receive a positive reply of: “YeahOh!” which was associated with Nakamura before he arrived in NXT. It looks like that might be an agreement from KENTA, but he still didn’t give Kofi Kingston and Daniel Bryan permission to bust out those GTS finishers in Peru.
Nakamura and KENTA might never meet in the ring again due to their company differences, but it’s nice to see that they are still getting along.