In reading WWE.com's profile of Shinsuke Nakamura...
(excuse me for a moment)
THERE'S A PROFILE OF SWAGSUKE ON WWE'S OFFICIAL WEBPAGE, BECAUSE HE MAKES HIS WWE DEBUT AGAINST SAMI ZAYN ON FRIDAY NIGHT
(ahem... where was I?)
... it certainly looks like we're getting a full transplant of the King of Strong Style we've come to know and mark out over while with New Japan into the WWE Universe. Nakamura indicated early on that he told Triple H and company officials he wanted to keep his name, and as Samoa Joe and AJ Styles have shown us over the past year, that's not as outrageous a request as it once was.
Past NXT signees were mentioned by their real/previous names before getting a WWE-owned moniker, such as when KENTA became Hideo Itami before our eyes at TakeOver: Fatal 4Way, but they didn't get as much of an online push using their old name as Shinsuke has over the past month. Anything is possible, but it seems unlikely they'll backtrack on his identity at this point.
More newsworthy are the signs he'll be using the same finisher he used in Japan when he works in Vince McMahon-owned rings. Both for reasons of safety (or the impression of safety) and to start with more of a blank slate, guys like Finn Bálor and Kevin Owens changed up what maneuver they closed matches with in WWE. Many expected Nakamura and his running knee strike (usually to the head of a kneeling opponent), the Bomaye, to follow that blueprint.
But that's not what the above picture from WWE.com's "Shinsuke Nakamura Arrives at the WWE Performance Center" photoset indicates. And it's certainly not what his profile page says:
So we can look forward to Shinsuke Nakamura doing this (and maybe exactly this, since his Wrestle Kingdom 10 opponent is also a WWE-contracted performer now) at TakeOver: Dallas and beyond...