WWE has been airing vignettes of Lars Sullivan for the past several weeks. He is one of those new recruits from NXT roster that could be changing the scene on the main roster. He might be on his way to becoming the new resident monster of the company following the likes of Big Show and Mark Henry. That’s good for Braun Strowman who’d get a valiant opponent that matches up to his size.
But there have been some doubts over Lars Sullivan after an unfamiliar situation broke out with him in recent times. Apparently, he was about to make an appearance on WWE Raw and later on Smackdown, this week. But an anxiety attack barred from doing so and making his main roster debut unpredictable. At this point, it is not clear what could be the next move with him.
Bryan Alvarez of Wrestling Observer Live gave hints that we were about to see the main roster debut of Lars Sullivan on WWE Raw, this week. WWE scheduled him to appear at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida on what could be a star-studded night. But he may have note showed up. A separate report from WON suggested that there’s a chance that he could show up and leave early due to an anxiety attack or getting himself injured.
Interestingly enough, WWE also advertised Lars Sullivan for Smackdown, the very next night in Jacksonville, Florida. He was reportedly working in a dark segment before or after the show but he was absent from the tapings and went home to Colorado. His contemporaries like EC3, Lacey Evans, and the team of Heavy Machinery worked on these two shows.
So Alvarez hinted that the debut of Lars Sullivan might be in jeopardy, for now. There’s no surety of seeing him on either WWE Raw or Smackdown, sooner,
“I have no idea what that means. I have no idea what his future is.”
He also added that WWE officials may be willing to arrange a mega match for the monster at Wrestlemania. But for that, he has to debut at the right time. Unless it happens the current plans have to be scrapped out, (courtesy sescoops.com)
“He was earmarked for a very big match at WrestleMania,” Alvarez said. “[…] maybe we’ll know more on Monday, maybe we’ll know more on Tuesday, maybe at the Rumble. […] He was supposed to be there at both shows and he was not there.”