Japanese Stardom wrestler Hana Kimura dies aged 22

Wrestling world mourns the loss of 22-year-old Hana Kimura

Hana Kimura, a 22-year-old female professional wrestler who was among the cast of the most recent installment of the internationally popular Japanese reality show series "Terrace House", died Saturday after having been victimized by cyber-bullying, sources close to the matter said. The show follows six young adults living in the same house together.

Fans were becoming increasingly anxious as Kimura posted concerning messages and photos. I hope this serves as a reminder that interactions on social media can have a serious effect on the mental health of anyone, no matter who they are.

In an official statement, Stardom requested: "Please be respectful and allow some time for things to process, and keep your thoughts and prayers with her family and friends".

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The cause of Kimura's death is unknown at the moment, however, according to Newsweek, the budding Japanese wrestling star had been the victim of cyberbullying. I'm dead. Thank you for giving me a mother. She twice won the Artist of Stardom championship, in addition to a Goddess of Stardom championship. I love it. I'm weak, I'm sorry. "We appreciate your support during this hard time", the announcement read.

Hana Kimura reacts during the Women's Pro-Wrestling Stardom - No People Gate at Korakuen Hall on March 8 in Tokyo, Japan. "So much I want to say... my heart is broken". I never had the opportunity to meet her but every story I've ever heard has been that she left any fan she met with a positive, memorable experience. I don't know how many comments I've seen of people asking when she would go to WWE or AEW. She deserves justice, this person needs to be in jail! Numb. I can't express it. RIP Hana Kimura. Wrestling and the world as a whole are both poorer for losing her. Rest in peace, Hana.

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