With Matt Riddle having been announced as the newest addition to the Smackdown roster, it appears RAW will be bringing in a former NXT star as well. According to comments made by Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dominik Dijakovic is headed to the RAW brand.

“Dijakovic is going to be on RAW,” said Dave Meltzer. “I don’t know starting when but pretty darn soon.”

The 33-year-old’s last match on NXT was a loss to Johnny Gargano on the episode from May 6th, 2020. He was trained by Chaotic Wrestling and made his debut in 2013. He was offered a contract by WWE in January 2017 but a contract dispute with Ring of Honor delayed his reporting to the WWE Performance Center until that summer.

Dijakovic made his NXT debut on May 10th, 2018 in a loss to Ricochet. In January of 2019, he wrestled in the Worlds Collide Tournament. He made it to the quarter-finals before being eliminated by Tyler Bate. In October he was given an NXT North American title shot against Roderick Strong in a triple threat match along with Keith Lee. Strong retained the title.

Dijakovic was on Tommaso Ciampa’s winning team from the men’s War Games match in November as well.