Parker Boudreaux officially signs contract with All Elite Wrestling

Tony Khan announces that wrestler once compared with Brock Lesnar is “All Elite”

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Parker Boudreaux, who has been wrestling for AEW since a set of Dark tapings on July 16, has officially signed with the company.

The 24-year-old was previously signed in February 2021 to a developmental deal with WWE. He was promoted as “Harland”, a follower of Joe Gacy on NXT 2.0, making his in-ring television debut in December 2021.

Despite being hailed by Paul Heyman in terms usually reserved for Brock Lesnar, he was part of a swathe of WWE releases in April 2022.

In recent weeks, Boudreaux has teamed with Ari Daivari and Slim J as The Trustbusters, with the three set to compete in the tournament to crown the inaugural AEW Trios Champions.

Shortly after last night’s edition of Rampage aired, during which Boudreaux defeated Sonny Kiss, Tony Khan took to Twitter to make the announcement that the former University of Central Florida offensive lineman is now “All Elite”.

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