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All Disgusting Details of The WWE NXT Performance Center Shooting

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Here’s the happening of what went on outside the WWE NXT Performance Center in Orange County:

Shannon Butler of WFTV Channel 9 is reporting on her Twitter that there was a shooting at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando on Monday afternoon.

One person was hurt in a shooting involving an Orange County sheriff’s deputy outside the WWE Performance Center in Azalea Park on Monday, authorities said.

A Witness told Channel 9: “this guy was crazy. He was here a few days ago and arrested. I guess he came back!”

The Sheriff at the scene told media that the shooter is identified as a 29-year-old Hispanic man who has developed an unnatural fixation with an as-yet-unnamed female talent. The officer responsible for the shooting is identified as Cpl. Steve Wahl. The sheriff said that the female wrestler was not present at the facility at the time of the shooting. Individual was said to have been armed with a knife, and the shooting allegedly occurred when he ignored Wahl’s instructions and charged, backing Wahl up “75 to 100 feet.” Incident is said to have been recorded by security cameras. Sheriff says that this is the third encounter they’ve had with the individual in the past month.

WWE COO Triple H released this statement on the matter via his Twitter account:

“Unfortunately a deranged individual with no WWE affiliation, who had a court order prohibiting him from being on WWE property was involved in an incident with an Orange County Sherriff’s deputy in the parking lot of the WWE Performance Center. We defer to the Orange County Sherriff’s department for further comment and information.”

More details on the man that was shot, reader discretion is advised as the details are disturbing:

 

The identity of the man shot outside the WWE Performance Center has been named as Armando Montalvo according to TMZ.

WWE filed a restraining order against Montalvo after he was caught spreading his faeces and urine on the building earlier in the month. He was also obsessed with a Diva and often turned up at the Center dressed in wrestling gear.

Montalvo reportedly filmed himself mixing his faeces with milk.

Then if that wasn’t enough the identity of the WWE Diva he was obsessed with was released as well.

“The man named as Armando Alejandro Montalvo who was shot by police Monday afternoon at the WWE Performance Center after running toward a police officer with a knife was reportedly obsessed WWE Hall of Famer Lita, who had been working at the Performance Center for WWE Tough Enough in recent weeks.

Montalvo was arrested on August 4th after causing a disturbance at the centre, he was reportedly in possession of a huge sign for Lita and would often stand outside the building.

A video has also surfaced on Montalvo mixing his faeces and urine in milk and smearing it on the WWE Performance Center building.”

 

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