Following WrestleMania 34, the WWE is in an exciting place. The company, however, is currently managing a strange situation with a fan.
As TMZ reports, the WWE has taken out a restraining order against an obsessed fan, Armando Alejandro Montalvo, who has harassed the wrestling organization since 2015. In July of that year, Montalvo was caught smearing his own feces on the walls of the WWE's training center in Orlando, Fla.
He continued to show up on the premises in the following days and, while wearing makeshift wrestling costumes, banged on the venue's doors and threatened the organization's employees. According to a report from the Orlando Sentinel, a police officer ended up shooting Montalvo.
"A deputy arrived and told him to get on the ground, then shot him when he didn't listen and appeared to be grabbing something off the ground," the report states.
Montalvo was ruled incompetent for trial, as a judge ordered him committed to a state mental hospital. He resurfaced in March of this year, at a WWE NXT TV taping event in Florida. Again, he harassed employees. According to TMZ, he screamed, "My new wrestling nickname is Generation Flex because my d**k and my balls is bigger than Generation Ex." Check out footage of Montalvo's latest appearance below.
He reportedly posted a cryptic message on April 4 with threats to WWE staff and wrestlers, which is what spurred the organization to pursue the restraining order. Over the years, he has posted a number of messages pertaining to the WWE.
TMZ reports the restraining order was granted.