Reports: “The Next Brock Lasnar” Parker Boudryx signed with WWE

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    According to reports, Parker Boudreaux has signed a development deal with WWE.

    The Wrestling Observer Newsletter has reported that the young American footballer has signed on the dotted line with WWE, following a backstage spot in the January 20 taping of NXT.

    “He Signed a developmental deal and did a promotional photo of her at the Royal Rumble Party watching with Eva Marie. “H / T Cescops

    Boudreaux, who stands at six-foot-four and weighs an impressive three hundred and one pounds, is often compared to WWE Champion Brock Lesnar for his impressive physique and similar look.

    Boudryx was on his way to becoming a future football star before he faced a struggle last year and was sent to the sidelines. Now, the young star-in-making has apparently left the University of Central Florida to focus on professional wrestling full-time.

    Parker Boudreaux was also recently seen on Instagram – where he has a very respectable 35,000 followers – with former WWE superstar Eva Marie, per scene during the Royal Rumble payout – adding more fuel to the fire that he might actually be World Wrestling. Moving towards Entertainment.

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    A post shared by PARKER BOUDREAUX (@parkerboudreaux)

    Interestingly, Parker Boudreaux has referred to himself on his Instagram profile as “The Next Big Thing” – the same title that Brock Lassner used at the start of his WWE career.

    Top wrestling names praise Parker Boudreaux

    Big names from the professional wrestling world have already started praising Parker Boudreaux before he officially began his training to become a WWE Superstar.

    Taking to Twitter, Paul Heyman – who currently serves as the special counsel for WWE Universal champion Roman Rains – retweeted the football star, who said that “big things” will be in store for him in 2021.

    However, the WWE world figures are not the only ones who take interest in Boudreaux. Former WWE employee and current AEW commentator Jim Ross also posted an update about the powerhouse last year, stating that he all expected to see the star in Elite Wrestling:

    However, if these reports are true, it seems that “The Next Brock Lassner” has chosen his wrestling house.

    Published 06 Feb 2021 00:46 IST


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