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The ‘Next Brock Lesnar’ teases NXT debut with Triple H photo

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The WWE developmental talent being dubbed as the ‘Next Brock Lesnar’ has teased his impending NXT debut with an image on social media. Parker Boudreaux shared an picture from the Capitol Wrestling Center that seems to indicate he could be making his way to the gold and black brand.

Boudreaux shared an image with the phrase ‘it’s time to play the game’ with the Brock Lesnar esque performer stood next to Triple H.

It’s not a clear indication of his upcoming debut, however WWE see huge potential in the former amateur wrestler, especially considering his stature and athletic background.

It was recently reported that Boudreaux’s fellow WWE Performance Center recruits Bronson Rechsteiner, The Kasper Brothers [Jacob and Drew] and Bobby Steveson had received high praise from WWE officials.

When will Parker Boudreaux debut in WWE?

The ‘Next Brock Lesnar’ was not included in the lineup of talent getting special mention, however he is still very much on WWE’s radar to be hot-shotted to the moon when the time is right.

There were initially reports that WWE were considering a partnership of Eva Marie and Parker Boudreaux. Images released to social media showed the pair in promo shots and they very much looked the part, so this may be something that WWE considers in future.

NXT has been on a roll lately, with the ability on Tuesday nights to not have to compete against All Elite Wrestling. The gold and black brand had the issue of competing for ratings when they were on Wednesday nights, so now that they have the ability to let storylines breathe? It’s been a far better show to watch.

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