Jim Ross has dropped hints that All Elite Wrestling may well be signing football player Parker Boudreaux, a man previously described as the "second coming of Brock Lesnar."
Information about the deal is scarce at time of reporting, but Boudreaux currently attends the University of Central Florida, where he plays for their UCF Knights team as an offensive lineman.
Earlier today, after the AEW commentator/senior advisor commented on a clip of the footballer pushing a car, one fan suggested he deserved "big WWE money". Ross responded by saying that he had been on his radar for over two years, and reminded the fan that WWE wasn't the only show in town any more:-
JR has showered admiration on Parker Boudreaux via social media in the past, and judging by the various clips of him, it easy to see why the 6' 4" 300+ pounder has been compared to WWE Champion Brock Lesnar.
Ross is accredited with signing Lesnar to WWE as well as the likes of John Cena, Batista, Randy Orton, and Shelton Benjamin during his time as Head of Talent Relations for WWE.