Dominik Dijakovic: "There Has Never Been A Five-Tool Player Like Me In This Business Until Now"

He wants you to feast your eyes.

The former 'Chaotic Wrestling' Heavyweight Champion Dominik Dijakovic has been with WWE since 2017. The 6'7 big man officially joined the Performance Center during the summer of 2017 and underwent a few name changes but is now officially known as Dominik Dijakovic and made his re-debut on NXT TV recently and was featured at yesterday's television tapings at Full Sail.

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Dijakovic did an interview with and was asked what attracted him to the sport of professional wrestling and he replied with the following:

"The pursuit of prosperity for my family." He expressed. "Sports-entertainment is a medium, an untapped resource for someone of my skill set. There has never been a five-tool player like me in the history of this business until now. My successes will ensure the legacy of my family endures for many generations to come."

Dijakovic also reflected on the WWE tryout that he attended in 2013 and was open about failing to earn a WWE contract but he continued pushing forward and added that--that very determination is why he will always succeed.

"In June of 2013 I attended the final WWE tryout at Florida Championship Wrestling in Tampa, Florida. I don’t know who else was there because I don’t waste time worrying about the accomplishments of others as those are distractions which will deter my focus. My goal was to obtain a WWE contract and I failed. In my life, I have failed countless times. Over and over and over again, and that is why Dominik Dijakovic will succeed." He said.


Dijakovic was a part of the recent NXT TV tapings and to read the spoilers from those tapings, check out Fightful's published article on the topic.

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