Another Former WWE NXT Superstar Makes His AEW Dark Debut \sParker At the AEW Dark tapings in Orlando, Florida on Saturday, Bordeaux made the decision to make his AEW debut. 

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During the tapings, Ariya Daivari reportedly presented Bordeaux as a new member of the Trust Busters team. Bordeaux won his first match, defeating Serpentico. 

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Prior to the AEW Dark recording sessions, Daivari enlisted former ROH star Slim J to join the new stable.

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Bordeaux was released by WWE on April 29. He entered the organisation with a lot of buzz, having been supported by Paul Heyman and compared to a young Brock Lesnar, after being agreed to contract in February 2021.

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Following his release, Bordeaux competed in MLW's 40-man Battle Riot event. 

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At the Saturday tapings, Bordeaux wasn't the only former WWE Superstar in attendance.

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Cole Karter, also known as Troy Two Dimes Donovan, returned to AEW Dark, as was previously mentioned. Karter had not competed in a professional wrestling match since NXT 2.0's June 4th episode.

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Since October 2021, Karter has not taken part in an AEW match. He had mostly competed in matches on Dark and Dark: Elevation.

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Paul claims that he is ignoring the threats and wants The Miz at the upcoming Premium Live Event in a new YouTuber-turned-WWE-star promo.

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Following Paul's recent contract signing with WWE, it has been reported that he will compete in an indeterminate number of shows in 2022 and 2023, starting with the bout versus The Miz that has been teased for Nashville on July 30. 

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 The alliance between The Miz and Tomasso Ciampa appeared to be confirmed last week on Raw, suggesting that Paul would have to deal with more than one man.

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