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Bizarre WWE Stalker Shot at the Performance Center

And no, we don't mean photographed.

Orlando local Armando Alejandro Montalvo (no relation or link whatsoever to this guy) was shot outside the WWE Performance Center earlier today, around 1:40 a.m. Manila time.

Montalvo arrived at the building with a knife, demanding to be let in. Police were called to the scene, where they confronted him and asked him to drop his knife. One officer opened fire after Montalvo moved at them.

Montalvo was rushed to the hospital, where he is undergoing surgery.

Montalvo, who was previously arrested for trespassing in the Performance Center on August 4, was reportedly "obsessed" with and stalking a female trainee. His trespassing led to the WWE taking out an injunction against him. He came to the facility to look for her, but she was not there.

Montalvo had also been recently arrested for battery, fraud, violating a domestic injunction, and assault on a police officer.

According to Montalvo's Instagram account, he had shown up to the PC for a "job interview." TMZ reports that he was accused of smearing his body waste on the building, and that he was banging on the windows demanding to be let in and threatening to beat everyone up because WWE wouldn't hire him, among other things.

The WWE had been working closely with local police with regard to security. They had been increasing security around the Performance Center whenever bigger names would be coming down to visit.

Sources: PWInsider, TMZ, WrestlingInc. Photo from WWE

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