Parker Boudreaux is All Elite.
After Boudreaux won his AEW TV debut on the August 12 episode of AEW Rampage, Tony Khan announced that he is officially "All Elite", meaning he has signed with the company.
Boudreaux defeated Sonny Kiss in a singles match on Friday night and stood tall alongside his fellow TrustBusters at the end of the show.
In recent weeks, Boudreaux has been featured as a member of the TrustBusters, a group led by Ari Daivari. He debuted at the set of AEW Dark tapings on July 16, and he competed at the August 3 and August 5 tapings of Dark: Elevation and Dark, respectively.
Boudreaux previously signed with WWE in February 2021. He played college football at the University of Central Florida, and he was a highly-touted prospect upon his arrival in WWE. The company renamed him Harland, and he made his in-ring debut on the December 14 episode of NXT 2.0 after he spent a number of weeks as Joe Gacy's enforcer.
The company later released him in a wave of cuts on April 29. After he left WWE, he competed in the namesake battle royal at MLW Battle Riot IV.