Ryback’s stalker has history of troubling arrests, but it doesn’t appear that he’s behind bars right now. The Big Guy was happy to announce that the FBI tracked Chase the stalker down at his Alabama home anyway.

Ryback grappled with an ongoing issue involving a stalker, and unfortunately, this is not a new thing for him. In the past, the stalker, known as Chase, has made threats against the lives of Dolph Ziggler and Curtis Axel, and Ryback’s mother. This distressing problem has plagued Ryback for several years.

The FBI might have tracked Chase the stalker down, as Ryback claimed, but there is no proof of that. When Ringside News searched for Chase’s recent arrest, we came up empty-handed.

Can confirm that Ryback’s stalker Brandon Salehinasab has not been arrested in Madison, AL despite claims that the FBI had tracked him down.


Ryback is still working on his return to the ring, and it might only be a matter of time before his doctor gives him a green light. Hopefully, Ryback’s stalker situation is in the past as well, even if no arrest was made at this time.

There could be a lot more to this situation, as legal updates could be on the way. We will continue monitoring this ongoing situation here at Ringside News.

Ryback could have interest from AEW or Impact Wrestling, but the Big Guy might also make a good living on the indies wrestling little people. Which would you rather see him do? Sound off in the comments below to let us know what you’re thinking!

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