Donovan Dijak Debuts in NXT, Kaitlyn Returns, Short-Form Content

Multiple wrestlers who made a name for themselves in Ring of Honor have made the jump over to Ring of Honor this year. Stars such as Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, Kyle O’Reilly, and Lio Rush are all just a few examples. One former ROH star who signed with WWE recently is Donovan Dijak. Dijak is viewed as a top prospect in the wrestling industry, so it comes as no surprise that he has already made his in-ring debut for NXT. Dijak made his debut by losing to Aleister Black in Largo, Florida on September 23rd at an NXT live event. For what it’s worth, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish, and (soon) Lio Rush all made their NXT debuts by losing to Aleister Black as well.

Thank you @WWENXT #NXTLargo, tonight was special. #FeastYourEyes
— Donovan Dijak (@DonovanDijak) September 24, 2017

Former WWE Divas Champion Kaitlyn revealed that she recently made her return to the wrestling ring after a four year hiatus. She was training at the Main Event Training Center in Ft. Lauderdale. She remarked that the training tired her out, and she also posted an image of herself after her rigorous exercises had concluded. Kaitlyn recently announced the start of her fitness apparel company, Celestial Bodiez, so it does not seem like she is working on a full time return to professional wrestling, but she did say that she forgot how much fun the sport can be. For now, expect her to continue living her life outside of the ring with this one exception.


Holy fuck. I haven’t sweat this much in a long time. I spent the morning training at #maineventtrainingcenter with @pablomarquez94 and his crew. A huge thanks to everyone for putting up with my rusty ass. I haven’t wrestled in 4 years. I forgot how fun/exhausting it is. #mainevent #prowrestling #imold #andoutofshape @coastalchampionshipwrestling
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It was recently reported that WWE’s hit YouTube series Southpaw Regional Wrestling would be coming over the WWE Network on September 25h. PWInsider has recently discovered that WWE does indeed plan on uploading short-form content onto the network starting tomorrow. This seems to confirm reports of the series moving over to the network. It has also been reported that their WWE 2K18 roster reveals, as well as ‘WWE Game Night’, ‘My Son/Daughter Is A WWE Superstar’, and ‘Pop Question’ will all be making the jump over to the WWE Network. Look for these videos in the new ‘WWE Shorts’ collection starting tomorrow.

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