BY BLAKE OESTREICHER – APRIL 23, 2019
WWE looks a lot different now than it did just a week ago, shipping Roman Reigns and Finn Balor to SmackDown the day after adding AJ Styles and The Miz to Monday nights.
Reigns’ exit from Raw, where he had spent his entire career, paves the way for other superstars to step up in his absence from the red brand, but one star in particular stands to benefit from all of the recent changes that have thrown WWE’s roster into disarray. That man is the recent NXT call-up Lars Sullivan, who is now officially a member of the SmackDown roster after some initial confusion about which brand he’d be on.
When WWE started promoting Sullivan’s main roster debut in late 2018, it was clear that the company had big things in store for “The Freak.” Sullivan was initially penciled in for a massive push complete with a WrestleMania 35 match (and likely victory) against John Cena, and though his main roster debut was delayed several months after he suffered an anxiety attack that initially cast doubt on his long-term future in pro wrestling, WWE picked right back up right where it left off with those vignettes it aired last year that showed that Sullivan was… Read the Full Story HERE