AEW Officially Signs Parker Boudreaux

The former NXT talent is All Elite

Parker Boudreaux has officially signed with All Elite Wrestling, as confirmed by Tony Khan on Friday night.

Following Boudreaux's victory over Sonny Kiss on Friday's Rampage (which was Boudreaux's TV debut with AEW), Khan tweeted, “After a win in his @AEWonTV debut + an eventful night for The Trustbusters, it’s official: @TheParkerB_ is #AllElite!”

At the end of Rampage, Kiss actually aligned with Boudreaux and the Trustbusters group, turning on Orange Cassidy in a show closing angle.

Boudreaux debuted for AEW at the Dark tapings in mid-July, defeating Serpentico in a brief match. There, he joined Ari Daivari and Slim J to form The Trustbusters.

A former football standout at the University of Central Florida, the 6'4 Boudreaux signed with WWE in early 2021, where he drew immediate comparisons to Brock Lesnar from a physical standpoint. Later in the year, Boudreaux debuted on the revamped NXT as Harland, an imposing disciple to Joe Gacy.

Boudreaux remained in NXT with Gacy until this past April, when he was released from the company. Post-WWE, Boudreaux made an appearance in MLW's 40 man Battle Riot on June 23 in New York City.

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