Hana Kimura, pro wrestler and Netflix star, dead at 22

Jap skilled wrestler and Netflix famous person Hana Kimura has died. She used to be 22.

International Marvel Ring Stardom showed Kimura’s dying in a tweet on Friday.

“Stardom enthusiasts, We’re very sorry to record that our Hana Kimura has gave up the ghost. Please be respectful and make allowance a while for issues to procedure, and stay your ideas and prayers along with her friends and family. We admire your reinforce throughout this tough time,” the announcement learn.

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A reason for dying for the famous person continues to be unknown.

Kimura used to be born in 1997 in Yokohoma, Japan. She entered the arena of wrestling at Strive against-1 in 2015, in keeping with reviews. She then made her skilled wrestling debut in March 2016. Her first large win happened on the JWP Junior Championship final July.

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Hana Kimura reacts during the Women's Pro-Wrestling Stardom - No People Gate at Korakuen Hall on March 8 in Tokyo, Japan. The event is held behind closed doors due to coronavirus outbreak. 

Hana Kimura reacts throughout the Girls’s Professional-Wrestling Stardom – No Other people Gate at Korakuen Corridor on March eight in Tokyo, Japan. The development is held at the back of closed doorways because of coronavirus outbreak. 
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The wrestler then joined Netflix’s “Terrace Space,” a display that follows six strangers sharing a space in Tokyo, Japan whilst on the lookout for love. The unscripted display debuted in 2019.

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A rep for Netflix didn’t instantly reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.

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