Update on Lars Sullivan Following Mental Health Incident Before WWE Debut

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Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned Lars Sullivan is “in a good place” after seeking professional help following a mental health-related incident in January.

As you’ll recall, WWE began airing vignettes hyping the debut of Lars in November 2018. Sullivan suffered an anxiety attack in January outside of the arena, however, and the debut was called off.

Sources close to the wrestler tell us he immediately began seeking help from mental health professionals and WWE has been incredibly accommodating the whole time. 

We’re told Lars is feeling better now after being out of the spotlight and happy for the other NXT call ups, but it’s still unclear if he’ll return to WWE at any point.

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11 Comments on "Update on Lars Sullivan Following Mental Health Incident Before WWE Debut"

  1. Zack Webster | March 7, 2019 at 4:10 pm | Reply

    Hope we’ll see him soon. I’m glad hes okay.

  2. Juan Sanchez | March 7, 2019 at 6:02 pm | Reply

    Hard to feel bad for the guy after all the things he has said online. Take it from someone with anxiety and depression: our mental illness is not an excuse to be a jerk and anybody who says otherwise is an awful human being.

  3. I agree with Tim. Juan being a dick.

  4. Hopefully Lars gets his act together. He has a great look. Looks like a modern day French Angel.

    • Gets his act together? It’s a health issue, not an attitude problem. It’s exactly the same as saying Roman needed to “get his act together” when he was missing time battling leukemia. The amount of ignorance about mental health continues to astonish me.

  5. Jesus Christ even wrestlers are becoming fucking snowflakes

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