Having now competed four times for the promotion, Parker Boudreaux has officially signed with All Elite Wrestling. Of course, this news was announced by the promotion in the typical #AllElite way, with the 24-year-old's signing confirmed on Twitter by Tony Khan.
Boudreaux was previously with WWE from February 2021 until this past April. There, the young powerhouse went by the Harland moniker and served as the muscle for Joe Gacy.
Parker would make his wrestling return in June as a participant in the 40-man titular battle royal at MLW Battle Riot IV. Following that, the Florida native made his AEW bow on the 2 August episode of AEW Dark as he picked up the dominant win over Serpentico.
A part of Ari Daivari's Trustbusters faction, Boudreaux has since picked up two singles victories and a six-man tag win. He was most recently seen on Friday's AEW Rampage, where he was in Daivari's corner for a defat against Orange Cassidy. Post-match, the Trustbusters saw their numbers expanded, as Sonny Kiss turned heel and joined the burgeoning stable.
While he may only have 11 matches to his name thus far, there's clearly a whole bunch of potential in Parker Boudreaux. Now, it's down to AEW and the star himself to see if said potential can be maximised across the coming years.