It had been previously reported that Lars Sullivan did not show up to a series of tapings for Raw and Smackdown Live, due to an anxiety attack. As a results, his status in WWE has been up in the air.

Some of that seems to have been answered, as a representation for Sullivan, named William Christensen, took to Sullivan’s Twitter account recently and provided the following update:

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

This tweet has since become unavailable, as Sullivan has set his Twitter account to “protected”. You can see the original tweet from this link, courtesy of of Wrestling Inc.

Here is what WWE has been promoting regarding this behemoth:

Lars Sullivan is lurking: Raw, Dec. 10, 2018

Editor’s Opinion:

This situation continues to intrigue me. What exactly is his role going to be, should he ever make to WWE programming? How did he handle everything in NXT? Hopefully we will get answers sooner rather than later.

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