Lars Sullivan has been in the news recently, not for his Brock Lesnar circa 2002 push on the WWE main roster but because of some offensive racist and homophobic comments he allegedly made on a bodybuilding message board back in 2013.
WWE star Big E spoke out against Sullivan recently, noting that many in WWE are well aware of the comments Lars made. However, according to reports WWE has no intention of punishing Sullivan since he has apologised. I wonder how Hulk Hogan feels about that.
Lucha House Party star Kalisto is the latest WWE roster member to speak up about the Sullivan scandal, responding to a fan on Twitter who asked him his thoughts on the situation by saying: “He just needs to get out of my way . . . I’m Latino.”
He just needs to get out of my way….I’m Latino….👊🏽 https://t.co/HLIZ6jqLrt
— KALISTO (@KalistoWWE) May 9, 2019
If this story continues to pick up steam and more WWE performers rally against Sullivan it could well spell the end of his push and made life in WWE very difficult for him. As Enzo Amore found out, without the support of the locker room, life in WWE can be very tough going.