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Parker Boudreaux signs contract with AEW

The former WWE signee officially has a new home.

Parker Boudreaux is All Elite.

Tony Khan confirmed on social media Friday evening that Boudreaux had signed a deal with the company.

“After a win in his @AEWonTV debut + an eventful night for The Trustbusters, it’s official: @TheParkerB_ is #AllElite!,” Khan wrote.

Boudreaux made his debut for AEW last month during their Dark tapings in Orlando, Florida. On those tapings he joined with Ari Daivari and Slim J to form The Trustbusters stable. On Friday’s episode of Rampage, he defeated Sonny Kiss in a match. Later, Kiss joined the group after low blowing Orange Cassidy.

A former linebacker for the University of Central Florida, Boudreaux signed with WWE last year and later made his televised debut as Harland, a follower of Joe Gacy’s. They competed in this year’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic, losing to Edris Enofe and Malik Blade in the first round by disqualification. 

Boudreaux was later cut from NXT on April 29. He had made one appearance post-WWE in the MLW Battle Riot match that was won by Jacob Fatu.