"Vince McMahon forced Lars Sullivan out of wrestling!"
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One of the most sensational returns of the last months of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 to the WWE rings was certainly that of the monster heel par excellence of the McMahon rings, Lars Sullivan, a former NXT athlete who had landed in the rings in 2018 of the main roster, going to knock down any opponent who stood in front of him, with WWE having huge plans for him and for his future.
At one point, Vince Mcmahon and associates had even begun to prepare a feud between Sullivan and John Cena for Wrestlemania, with the former NXT wrestler who was however blocked by panic attacks that immediately ousted him from the scenes of the company of Stamford.
If all this were not enough, after returning to the WWE rings, Sullivan had been hit by a very bad injury, which forced him to stay out of the scene for over a year, with the Stamford company which left him in the by the wayside for a long time.
After the emergence online of some adult videos that the wrestler had recorded as a young man, to make some money, his situation had worsened, with WWE finally releasing him, making him disappear completely from the world of pro-wrestling .
Road Dogg blames Vince McMahon for Lars Sullivan's exit from wrestling
In his latest speech to the microphones of his Oh You Didn't Know podcast, Triple H's right arm since the days of NXT, Road Dogg, wanted to talk about the situation that led Sullivan to leave pro-wrestling, with the well-known former athlete who said: "Oh, Dexter Lumis, Dexter Lumis is a great athlete.
I didn't know Lars that well, to be honest with you. Look, I thought he was, I thought Lars might be something special in this industry, a great guy that I've met a few times as well, respectful. I don't want to use a word out of turn, but I would say a beast of nature, that was, that is, I don't know what to call it, but gigantism, or whatever he had.
He's probably six, or seven, but 300 pounds of muscle man, you know what I mean? It was literally amazing. And so I thought oh this guy is going to be amazing, Vince thought the same thing. But I think Vince put too much pressure on that guy and he blamed it all on her.
Do you know what I mean? I don't know, but I already thought it at the time, that he would become someone. And on the other hand the guy was already someone who had beaten The Miz and then beat 12 other people in another night in a ladder match on Monday Night Raw."