Hana Kimura dead: How did Hana Kimura die? Cause of death

Paige, Natalya & Many Others React to the Death of Hana Kimura, More on Her Passing

Known for competing in various wrestling promotions in Japan and for appearing on the Netflix series Terrace House, Kimura's death was confirmed by her organization Stardom Wrestling with a post on social media.

Wrestler Sü Yüng also posted a tweet that read, "I will always love and miss you, my friend". I love it. I'm weak, I'm sorry.

As we reported late last night here on eWn, STARDOM's Hana Kimura committed suicide after she was bullied online.

In one of her recent tweets, the professional wrestler said: "I love it. So much I want to say... my heart is broken". "Please be respectful and allow some time for things to process, and keep your thoughts and prayers with her family and friends We appreciate your support during this hard time", the statement read. Thank you everyone, I love you. "We appreciate your support during this hard time", the announcement read.

Wishes poured in from all around the world for Kimura. She eventually left Wrestle-1 to wrestle with Stardom, where she led the Tokyo Cyber Squad faction, in 2019 and won the Artist of Stardom championship twice as well as a Goddess of Stardom championship. She joined in the 20th episode, and was part of the current cast before "Terrace House", like the rest of Netflix's productions, halted shooting due to the coronavirus pandemic. I started this page about a year and a half ago because, simply, I was a fan of Hana.

Supplied photo shows Hana Kimura. People often talk about Hana's looks but anyone who followed her career knew there was far more to her.

However, reports claim the wrestling star had been the victim of cyber-bullying. Wrestling and the world as a whole are both poorer for losing her. Rest in peace, Hana.



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