WWE veteran says Vince McMahon had high hopes for the 6ft 3 in star; He quit wrestling because of “too much pressure”.

Hall of Famer Road Dogg recently said that Vince McMahon had high hopes for former WWE star Lars Sullivan.

Lars would go on to be known as one of the most controversial WWE Superstars of the modern era. He made his television debut on the April 12, 2017 episode of NXT. His short-lived main roster tenure came to an end when the company released him in January 2021.

Oh you didn’t know? podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg extensively praised Lars Sullivan’s incredible physique. She also added that the 34-year-old star used to respect her when they met.

“To be honest I didn’t know Lars that well. I thought Lars was going to be something special in this industry, a nice guy when I met him, respected. I don’t want to use the word derogatorily wanted, but freak of nature as he is, he has, I don’t know what it’s called, but gigantism or whatever. But so he’s maybe six, two or three, but like a man 320 pounds The muscles were, you know what I mean? Like it was unbelievable.”
Road Dogg stated that Vince McMahon thought Lars was destined for greatness in the distant future. According to Doug, Vince McMahon’s expectations put “too much pressure” on Sullivan and eventually forced him to leave pro wrestling.

“And so I thought oh, this guy’s going to be somebody, Vince thought the same thing. I think it put a lot of pressure on the kid and he just backed out of it all. You know what I mean? ? And so I don’t know but I thought, I thought it would be someone. And the other kid is the one who beat The Miz, and won about 12 grand that night in a ladder match on Monday Night Raw,” he said. [h/t rsn]

Vince McMahon Reportedly Had Major Plans For Lars Sullivan
According to Fightful, Vince McMahon had big matches lined up for Lars Sullivan. Fightful was reported to have wanted the former WWE chairman to beat Sullivan along with John Cena and Brock Lesnar.

A one-on-one fight between Sullivan and The Beast incarnate would certainly have been a sight to behold.

Sullivan’s last match was a winning effort against Chad Gable on the October 23, 2020 edition of WWE SmackDown.

After his release, he quietly retired from pro wrestling. Lars used to be quite active on his Instagram handle but has not posted anything in the last one year.

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