I have repaired many walls that were horribly "disfigured" trying to remove wallpaper where the walls were not primed. I've only done a couple of jobs removing paper myself (mostly my own house) and have had mixed results. And I will not contract another removal job...... I have searched around and you might look into a product called Wallwik (wallwik.com). Claims to be the only way to strip wallpaper (don't they all) and is sold at such places as Sherwin Williams, so I would expect it has it's merits. I just don't think anything will work on raw sheetrock without damage. Might be worth trying though.
You might consider painting over what you've got. Prime with Kilz, skim the seams with joint compound. and paint. If the paper has a texture you will need to glaze coat the entire surface with a coat or two of mud to smooth it out. Best of luck