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Remember WWE Wrestler Lars Sullivan? See What Happened To Him

Who is Lars Sullivan?

Lars Sullivan (Real Name Dylan Miley, born July 6, 1988) is an American professional wrestler who performs for WWE. He is 1.9 metres tall. After a strong run in NXT, and and overhyped Video Package presentation for him, the 30-year-old Sullivan made his main roster debut on Raw. He was always seen in a cage, and this connotes that when released into the main roster that he will wreck everyone.

He debuted on the night after WrestleMania 35 when he attacked Kurt Angle, who had lost his farewell match to Baron Corbin one night earlier. He was the guy you might have probably remembered was featured in those huge promotional videos in late 2018 and 2019. Lars Sullivan arrived on the main roster scene in a dominant and exciting way as he tore through the WWE ranks. In his path of destruction, he left Kurt Angle, Hardy Boys, R-Truth, and the Lucha House Party (Kalisto, Lince Dorado, and Gran Metalik).

Were is Lars Sullivan Now?

Lars Sullivan reportedly is expected to miss six to nine months with a knee injury.

He is currently signed to the SmackDown brand and as at now, he is declared inactive due to the knee injury. Sullivan was seemingly in line for a big push, but he has not appeared on WWE programming since beating Lucha House Party in a handicap elimination match on the June 10 episode of Raw. The knee is very severe according to various sources.

While Lars Sullivan's initial build up was progressing, fans weren’t buying into it. Still, it seemed Lars Sullivan was in the WWE’s plans going forward until he was injured. Rumours are that Lars Sullivan will return on time for the 2021 Royal Rumble and that he may return as a surprise entrant.

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