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WWE News: Lars Sullivan destroys four WWE Superstars on WWE SmackDown Live

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3.05K   //    24 Apr 2019, 07:15 IST

Lars Sullivan
Lars Sullivan

What's the story?

Lars Sullivan is one of the most powerful new additions to the blue brand roster. Since coming up to the main roster, he has single-handedly taken out several top WWE Superstars.

However, he was on a mission to prove exactly what he could do on this week's episode of WWE SmackDown Live. On SmackDown, he destroyed not one, not two, not three, but four WWE Superstars at one go.

In case you didn't know...

Lars Sullivan was supposed to come to the main roster a long time back. Prior to the WWE Royal Rumble this year, he was supposed to make his debut and create a feud against John Cena. However, an anxiety attack saw him go home instead, and he stayed away from in-ring action.

He finally debuted on the RAW after WrestleMania 35. Once he did, he went on a path of destruction that is yet to reach a rest-stop.

Sullivan took apart Kurt Angle, the Hardy Boyz, Rey Mysterio and R-Truth in the past two weeks. He looked like he would attack Carmella as well last week when he attacked R-Truth, but he stopped himself from doing so.

The heart of the matter

There was no restraint this week when Lars Sullivan went on his rampage. He knocked Chad Gable down with a vicious Clothesline first, leaving him prone on the ramp.

Sullivan then made his way to the ring, where the Modern Day Maharaja was able to beat a hasty escape. While Jinder Mahal was able to get away, the two Singh brothers were not as lucky. He took them apart, and hit them with the Sitout Powerbomb.

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He was then interrupted by R-Truth, who came out to settle things from last week, but he would regret it. He was taken out with another Sitout Powerbomb.

What's next?

Who can stop Lars Sullivan? Is there any single superstar who has the ability?

I guess we will find out.

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