Lars Sullivan Gets Fined By WWE For Controversial Remarks

WWE has finally took action towards Lars Sullivan for the many offensive and controversial remarks he made in a forum post several years ago. The WWE has fined the wrestler and is also making him attend community meetings.

Forbes was the one to report on this news with WWE sending the publication an email on the matter. You can read WWE's email to Forbes posted down below.

"WWE supports a culture of inclusion regardless of gender, race, religion or sexual orientation, and we are committed to embracing all individuals as demonstrated by the diversity of our employees, performers and fans worldwide. Dylan Miley (aka Lars Sullivan) will be fined $100,000 and required to complete sensitivity training for offensive commentary uncovered from his past. WWE will also facilitate meetings for Dylan with community organizations to foster further discussion around the power of social media and the impact of your words.

WWE takes racist remarks very seriously as nobody from its roster is exempt from punishment.

After all, WWE fired Hulk Hogan several years ago when he said some racist comments back in 2006! Hulk Hogan has since come back and is said to be a better person now.

Lars Sullivan has already apologized for his past remarks and claims to have been a changed person.

Hopefully his views are different because nobody on the WWE locker room wold want to work with him if his beliefs stayed the same.

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