AEW has a loaded roster full of talent, all looking for a piece of time on the company’s television shows. It seems that two promising members of their roster are out of action for a while

Parker Boudreaux was once known as the next Brock Lesnar. He crossed over from NCAA football, and he became a WWE Performance Center standout. Although her went as Harland in NXT, the standout performer was eventually fired in the name of budget cuts. Tony Khan wasted no time in picking him up.

Sean Sapp noted behind Fightful’s paywall that both Parker Boudreaux and Trench from the Mogul Affiliates faction in AEW are out of action. They are both injured, but it wasn’t noted how long they are out of action or what kind of injuries they’re dealing with.

Fightful Select has learned that both Trench and Parker Boudreaux of the Mogul Affiliates were sidelined with injuries recently. We haven’t heard specifics on the injuries or possible timetables for their returns. 


Danhausen is also out of action with a pectoral injury. It was also noted in the report that, “Danhausen is still at Lexington Comic Con despite his injury, though we’ve been told Kerry Morton had to withdraw from the convention.”

Hopefully, AEW can see a lot fewer injuries in the months to come. Their roster seemed cursed for a while when it came to talent going out of action due to unexpected events.

Obviously, AEW needs as many healthy performers that they can get for their roster. A stable like the Mogul Affiliates certainly isn’t the same without those two key members.

What’s your take on this situation? Are there more injuries in AEW than other companies? Sound off in the comments!

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