Lars Sullivan

Nov 20, 2017 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real name: Dylan Miley
Height: 6’3″
Weight: 303 lbs.
Date of birth: July 6, 1988
Hometown: Westminster, Colorado
Pro debut: March 2015
Trained by: WWE Performance Center
Finishing move: Freak Accident


– Prior to joining WWE, Miley played college football
– He was signed to a WWE developmental contract in October 2013, though wouldn’t report to the Performance Center until the following year
– Miley (under his real name) wrestled his first match at the Axxess event prior to WrestleMania 31, defeating Marcus Louis
– Miley made his first NXT TV apperance in April 2017, teaming with Michael Blais in a loss to #DIY (Johnny Gargano & Tommasso Ciampa). Miley destroyed his partner after the match. This began a run of appearances for Miley on the losing side of tag team bouts, with his partner always taking the pin and the post-match beatdown
– In May 2017, Miley became Lars Sullivan
– In August, Sullivan made his first televised singles appearance, attacking No Way Jose
– At Takeover: War Games, Sullivan defeated Kassius Ohno
– In November 2018, vignettes began airing to promote Sullivan’s upcoming main roster debut
– Sullivan was slated to debut in January 2019, however, he suffered a real-life anxiety attack and had to withdraw
– Sullivan finally made his main roster debut on the Raw following WrestleMania, attacking Kurt Angle
– Sullivan was officially allocated to the Smackdown roster during the 2019 Superstar Shakeup
– At Super ShowDown ’19, Sullivan defeated The Lucha House Party (Lince Dorado, Gran Metalik & Kalisto) by DQ in a Handicap Match
– During their rematch on Raw, Sullivan suffered a serious knee injury which would keep him out of action for over a year
– Sullivan returned to television in late 2020, appearing on the Smackdown brand
– In early 2021, Sullivan was released by WWE

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