Lars Sullivan is said to be in a "good place" after dealing with personal issues that kept him from making his WWE debut earlier this year.
Sullivan recently sought professional help following a mental health-related incident back in January, according to Pro Wrestling Sheet. As we've noted, Sullivan was set to make his debut on the January 7 RAW episode and that was to lead to a WrestleMania 35 feud with John Cena, but Sullivan suffered an anxiety attack outside of the arena, and plans were nixed. WWE had started airing vignettes for Lars' arrival in November 2018 but he has not been mentioned for a debut since the incident.
Following the incident in January, Sullivan immediately began seeking help from mental health professionals and WWE has been "incredibly accommodating" to him the whole time, according to wrestlers close to Lars and the new report from PWS.
Lars is reportedly feeling much better now after being out of the spotlight. There's no word yet on if Sullivan will return to WWE but it was noted that he is happy for the other NXT call-ups that he was supposed to debut with - EC3, Lacey Evans, Nikki Cross and Heavy Machinery.
It's been reported that WWE was being very supportive of Lars while he dealt with his personal issues. Triple H downplayed the reports during a late-January media call and indicated a WWE future for Lars.
"There's a lot of speculation and stories about everybody at all times, and it's a funny thing, if there's any kind of a glitch in a movement for a moment, it leads to everything being speculated about," Triple H said during the January call. "There's a lot of talk, but Lars is in a good place. Nothing has really changed, we're moving forward and you'll know when you see it. But nothing has changed."
WWE reportedly wanted Sullivan to be at the January 28 RAW, which was the post-Royal Rumble episode, but he was not there and his status was still unknown.