After weeks of speculation surrounding Lars Sullivan, the latest message from his Twitter account claims he’s “in a good place” and sorry for disappointing anyone with his absence.
Through his social media representative William Christensen, Sullivan provided an update on Sunday.
“There has been a lot of speculation about Lars recently,” Christensen (or Sullivan) wrote.
“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
The tweet has since been deleted and Sullivan’s account has been set to private. Sullivan has a pattern of doing this.
WWE began teasing Sullivan’s arrival to the main roster in November.
On the December 17 episode of Raw, Sullivan was included among EC3, Lacey Evans, Heavy Machinery and Nikki Cross as the six newest call-ups from NXT.
WWE planned to use Sullivan in dark matches as a way to gradually transition him to the main roster. Sullivan was slated to work a dark match at Raw on January 7 in Orlando, Florida, but he reportedly had an anxiety attack upon arriving at the Amway Center and left the premises. WWE then rescheduled his dark match for the following night at SmackDown LIVE in Jacksonville, Florida, but he flew home to Colorado instead. According to a report last week by Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Sullivan is “out on leave.”
During a conference call last Wednesday, Triple H addressed Sullivan.
“There’s a lot of speculation and stories about everybody at all times,” Triple H said. “Lars is in a good place and nothing has really changed. We’re moving forward and you’ll know when you see it.”