The crazed fan who charged at WWE legend Bret “Hitman” Hart during his Hall of Fame acceptance speech has targeted another wrestler before, according to police records obtained by The Post on Sunday.
Zachary Madsen. of Lincoln, Neb., was busted in September for allegedly stalking mixed-martial artist Haris Talundzic, the Lincoln Police Department records show.
Talundzic, 23, obtained an order of protection against Madsen — but he violated the order twice by texting the grappler on Dec. 27 and 28.
Those cases are still pending.
Talundzic told a judge in Lancaster County that his alleged stalker had tried to fight him, the Omaha World-Herald reported. The two men trained at the same gym in Lincoln but Talundzic quit over concerns about Maden’s mental stability.
Madsen, 26, is listed as an amateur MMA fighter on the website Tapology.com.
He is facing charges of assault for allegedly attacking Hart at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn Saturday night during the WWE champion’s induction into the Hall of Fame.
Talundzic couldn’t immediately be reached.
Several messages left with family of Madsen weren’t returned.
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