Hana Kimura, professional wrestler and Netflix star, died at 22

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Japanese professional wrestler and Netflix star Hana Kimura has died. She was 22 years old.

On Friday, the World Wonder Ring Stardom confirmed the death of Kimura.

“Fans of celebrity, We are sorry to announce that our Hana Kimura has passed away. Be respectful and allow time for things to happen, and keep your thoughts and prayers with family and friends. We appreciate your support during this difficult time. “, Announced the announcement.

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A cause of death for the star is still unknown.

Kimura was born in 1997 in Yokohoma, Japan. She entered the wrestling world at Wrestle-1 in 2015, according to reports. She then made her professional wrestling debut in March 2016. Her first big victory took place at the JWP Junior Championship last July.

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Hana Kimura reacts during the female pro-wrestling celebrity - No People Gate at Korakuen Hall on March 8 in Tokyo, Japan. The event is taking place behind closed doors due to a coronavirus outbreak.

Hana Kimura reacts during the female pro-wrestling celebrity – No People Gate at Korakuen Hall on March 8 in Tokyo, Japan. The event is taking place behind closed doors due to a coronavirus outbreak.
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The wrestler then joined Netflix’s Terrace House, a show that follows six strangers sharing a home in Tokyo, Japan, in search of love. The unscripted show debuted in 2019.

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A Netflix representative did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

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