Parker Boudreaux is now a free agent, but don’t expect him to be signed by a Major League Wrestling team in the near future.
“Don’t expect Parker in MLW,” Court tweeted. “I wish him the best with his future.”
Don't expect Parker in MLW. I wish him the best with his future.
— Court Bauer (@courtbauer) June 1, 2022
Previously, Bauer had praised the talent of Boudreaux, stating that he has the potential to be a big player one day.
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“Know Parker Boudreaux well,” Court tweeted on April 30, a day after Boudreaux’s release. “He used to come to our MLW shows with his crew from UCF Football. Beast of an athlete. Will be a big player one day, if he keeps putting in the work.”
Boudreaux is Brock Lesnar’s doppelganger. He has a stamp of approval from Paul Heyman, who said that he would be the next big thing. When in NXT, he was paired with Joe Gacy as his boss. Reports came out that the company wasn’t seeing him developing as fast as they would have liked.
Paul Heyman and Court Bauer praise Boudreaux, as does Jim Ross, who said he hopes Boudreaux will join All Elite Wrestling.
“Hope to see you in AEW some day Parker!” JR tweeted back in 2020.
— Jim Ross (@JRsBBQ) April 5, 2020