Parker Boudreaux debuted for AEW at its 16 July Dark tapings in Orlando, Florida, aligning himself with Ari Daivari and Slim J in the new Trustbusters stable. Despite this, there was no sign of the 24-year-old at Saturday's ROH Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view, where Daivari and Slim faced Shinobi Shadow Squad on the Zero Hero pre-show.
AEW and ROH CEO Tony Khan decided not to use Boudreaux at Death Before Dishonor as his Dark debut is yet to air. This is per Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online's Daily Update column.
If we are to see Boudreaux with Slim J and Daivari outwith YouTube, it'll therefore likely be after his Dark showing airs to avoid continuity issues.
Boudreaux has been a free agent since leaving WWE as part of a round of NXT "budget cuts" on 29 April, having previously worked the developmental brand as "Harland". A lack of progress in developing his skills was cited as one of the reasons behind his departure.
Khan is said to be high on the Trustbusters, though there's no word on if the trio will primarily work AEW or ROH.