AEW: Former NXT star is ALL ELITE

It was revealed last night via AEW President Tony Khan’s Twitter that they had added a new addition to the AEW roster.

AEW and Tony Khan announced the signing of Parker Boudreaux, formerly known in NXT as Harland. The young star’s role in NXT was the monster under the guidance of fellow NXT star Joe Gacy.

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Bordeaux signed with the WWE performance center in May of 2021 and made his NXT debut on the 14th of December 2021 edition of NXT 2.0, squashing his opponent in quick time. 

Harland appeared to be a potential huge star in the future of NXT 2.0. However, he was unfortunately released just after a year of being a part of the performance center. 

Shockingly, on the 16th of July tapings of AEW Dark, Boudreaux emerged onto the All Elite Wrestling stage, aligning himself with Ari Daivari and Slim J. 

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Boudreaux’s appearance on AEW Dark wasn’t his first appearance since being released by the WWE, as he was a surprise feature in the MLW 40-man Battle Riot match. 

After an impressive Dark display, Boudreaux and The Trustbusters have had a recent push which sees them added into the upcoming Trios Titles Tournament, where inaugural champions will be crowned.

The Trustbusters will collide with recent rivals, The Best Friends, and Boudreaux recently showcased his ability in a match with Sonny Kiss last night, where he dominated from start to finish to pick up a statement victory.

Later that night, Kiss would join The Trustbusters and hit Cassidy with a low blow, strengthening their ranks.

Tony Khan expressed his excitement about Boudreaux becoming ALL ELITE, and it’s exciting what he can accomplish from this angle.

You can watch AEW internationally on FITE TV.

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