Report: Lars Sullivan "In A Good Place" Mentally; WWE Return Unclear

The latest update on Lars Sullivan. 

According to Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet, Lars Sullivan is “in a good place” after seeking professional help following a reported anxiety attack in January.

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WWE began airing promos hyping the main roster debut of Sullivan in November 2018. He was reportedly set to debut in January at Raw in Orlando but suffered a panic attack prior to the event. On the NXT conference call ahead of TakeOver: Phoenix, Triple H stated, "There’s a lot of speculation and stories about everybody at all times. Lars is in a good place and nothing has really changed. We’re moving forward and you’ll know when you see it.”

On Jan. 27, Lars' social media team tweeted, "There has been a lot of speculation about Lars recently. It's true, he went missing several weeks ago and I was just able to contact him this morning. Lars wants everyone to know he is in a good place, and is sorry to everyone he's disappointed. Best, WC."

The tweet has since been deleted.

Satin goes on to report that Sullivan immediately began seeking help from mental health professionals and WWE has been incredibly accommodating the whole time. However, it is unclear when he will return to the company.

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