Lars Sullivan Reportedly "In A Good Place" Following Anxiety Attack, WWE Return Unclear

Update on NXT's resident "Freak"

Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet has reported that Lars Sullivan is doing well following what was termed a mental health-related incident in January.

Vignettes hyping Sullivan's forthcoming main roster debut began to play in November. The following month, Sullivan was named among a slew of NXT talents that would be called up to WWE's top brands as part of a special shake-up. The group also included Lacey Evans, EC3, Nikki Cross, and Heavy Machinery, all of whom have since found some kind of footing on Raw or SmackDown.

However, Sullivan's intended debut on the January 7 episode of Raw in Orlando would be shelved after what was reported to be an anxiety attack.

Sources close to Sullivan have told Satin that the menacing heavyweight immediately began seeking professional help after the incident, and that WWE has been "incredibly accommodating" to him during this ordeal.

Satin's report adds that Sullivan is "in a good place" and feeling much better, though it remains unclear if he'll return to the company at any point.

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