Report: Former UCF Star Parker Boudreaux Agrees To WWE Deal
WWE might have signed their next Next Big Thing in Parker Boudreaux.
It was also noted in the report that Boudreaux was recently at the WWE Performance Center on January 20, and was also backstage at NXT last week. It goes without saying, but yes, he does very closely resemble a young Brock Lesnar, who has apparently been an influence on the former football star. Boudreaux refers to himself as the ‘Next Big Thing’, which is Lesnar’s old nickname.
As it turns out, Lesnar’s advocate Paul Heyman is also paying attention, as he Tweeted out the following praise for Boudreaux:
His tweet is not a prediction. It’s a spoiler.
— Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) January 2, 2021
Parker Boudreaux also has one more link to the professional wrestling business, as he and former WWE star Natalie Eva Marie recently hung out at a Royal Rumble viewing party with family, providing the following badass photo-op:
— Eva Marie (@natalieevamarie) February 1, 2021
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