Pro wrestling fans all have a passion for the art form, but some of them take things over the line. It seems that Ryback has a stalker issue that he just can’t shake, and it’s one that he’s been dealing with since 2011.

We previously reported that crazed fan invaded Ryback’s live stream and threatened his life. This was not the only time that Ryback had an encounter with this stalker.

Ryback clarified on Twitter, in a response to Ringside News founder Steve Carrier, that this problem is not a new one at all. In fact, this fan named Chase once broke into a WWE event in Tampa in an attempt to personally send his message.

Yep. Considering it’s a guy who has made multiple death threats since 2011 and snuck backstage in Tampa to one of our tv’s and had to be taken away by security. He is back and has multiple accounts on Twitter and is legitimately mentally sick. He has all the warning signs of someone that shouldn’t be trusted, so let’s see what happens here. @elonmusk @TwitterSupport @lindayacc you have denied multiple reports on this guy already from me and this needs to be taken seriously.


This situation might not be over with, because Chase is apparently still out there and looking to get a piece of Ryback. It seems that Ryback isn’t too worried about things, but that doesn’t mean the situation is any less bothersome.

Ryback still has a few fans who would like to see him in the ring again. Only time will tell where that happens, but he hasn’t announced his retirement yet. Hopefully, he can deal with this stalker situation with Chase soon.

What’s your take on this story about Chase the stalker? Sound off in the comments!

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Felix Upton

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