WWE.com put up an article stating that, as if we couldn't guess ourselves, Shinsuke Nakamura will make his in-ring debut, televised in-ring debut that is, on the main roster at Backlash in which he'll face an opponent yet to be determined. Maybe it's just 'cuz it's late and I can't get to sleep, but I've got little patience for WWE's goofy shenanigans in this situation. We all know it's gonna be Dolph Ziggler, so why not just go ahead and announce it already instead of trying to make it some sort of mystery? Ziggler is the only person Nakamura has had any contact with on WWE television, so of course it's gonna be him who faces him. When something is this transparent, I honestly can't figure out if Vince genuinely thinks he's being clever or if he simply isn't paying attention to his own program. In all honesty, I could believe either one of them because the man is that clueless sometimes. At any rate, since it'll almost certainly be Ziggler, it should be a great match. Ziggler can be counted on to deliver high quality matches, he's sort of like Chris Jericho only without the prestige that goes along with it, and it'll be no different here. I'm actually a little concerned for Ziggler as he has a history of concussions and Nakamura is too damn stiff for his own good. If Ziggler were to sustain injury in the match, it wouldn't look good for Ziggler and it wouldn't look good for Nakamura in Vince's eyes; in all honesty, I couldn't really blame Vince as Nakamura has injured several guys in NXT during his time there, most recently to one member of the Revival as he broke the guy's jaw and put him on the shelf for 2 months.