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WWE’s Asylum Match Between Dijak And Joe Gacy Receives Backstage Acclaim

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The recent Asylum Match between Dijak and Joe Gacy at NXT Roadblock marked the climax of their long-standing feud, adding a unique twist to the traditional Steel Cage Match by incorporating various weapons and tools. In a brutal showdown, Dijak emerged victorious with two impactful Feast Your Eyes on Gacy, impressing the audience and backstage personnel alike.

Reports from Fightful Select revealed that the Asylum Match garnered significant praise behind the scenes at WWE, with a particular highlight being Dijak’s awe-inspiring moonsault from the top of the cage, earning him special recognition for his daring move. Dijak’s return to NXT has seen him reclaim his status as a top talent in the division, following a lackluster stint on the main roster as T-Bar, where he struggled to showcase his full potential.

Dijak (Via WWE)

Despite the overwhelming support for his acrobatic feat, some fans expressed concerns about the risks involved in such high-flying maneuvers, questioning Dijak’s decision to execute the moonsault. In response to the criticism, Dijak shared a heartfelt message, shedding light on the challenges he faced as T-Bar on the main roster, where he constantly felt the threat of being released. He expressed gratitude for the second chance he has been given and credited Triple H and Shawn Michaels for their unwavering support throughout his journey.

Looking ahead, fans are eager to see what WWE has in store for Dijak as he continues his journey towards NXT Stand & Deliver, anticipating more thrilling performances from the talented star. With his recent standout moments in the Asylum Match, Dijak has solidified his position as a formidable force in the NXT terrain, charming audiences with his agility and determination to succeed in the ring.

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