A deeply tragic week of professional wrestling managed to finish on a chilling word as Stardom wrestler Hana Kimura has reportedly died on the age of 22.
Kimua’s life seemed to be at risk after the budding star despatched out a collection of graphic, troubling tweets with slashes to her wrist, suggesting she had engaged in self-harm. Kimura had been the topic of lots of of imply tweets from followers and critics every day.
Kimura posted an obvious suicide word on Twitter that translated to the next:
“Nearly 100 frank opinions every day. I couldn’t deny that I was hurt. I’m dead. Thank you for giving me a mother. It was a life I wanted to be loved. Thank you to everyone who supported me. I love it. I’m weak, I’m sorry. I don’t want to be a human anymore. It was a life I wanted to be loved. Thank you everyone, I love you. Bye.”
Stardom confirmed Kimura’s dying with the next assertion:
“Stardom fans, we are very sorry to report that our Hana Kimura has passed away. 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 difficult time.”
A winner of Stardom’s 2019 Fighting Spirit Award and ranked simply outdoors the Top 50 in 2018’s PWI Female 100, Kimura was a budding star internationally. In every week the place followers have been endured the passings of Shad Gaspard, Larry Csonka and the grim account of Owen Hart’s dying on Dark Side of the Ring, followers are actually mourning the dying of yet one more beloved wrestler.
Kimura’s dying will result in much-needed discussions of social media habits, particularly among the many rabid Internet Wrestling Community, which is among the many most poisonous of fanbases—to not point out ecosystems—in any nook of sports activities, popular culture or leisure. The onset of the Wednesday Night Wars has introduced an entire new wave of toxicity amid fixed squabbling between WWE vs. AEW model loyalists. The quantity of social media filth was sufficient to drive The Young Bucks off Twitter.
Kimura’s life, nonetheless, meant a lot greater than a token message about cyberbullying that can sadly be misplaced in a 24-hour information cycle. That makes it doubly saddening that such seemingly trivial opinions can carry a lot weight with anyone, no matter stature.
Hana Kimura was a second-generation star and daughter of journey-woman wrestler Kyoko Kimura. Fans and wrestlers worldwide have posted tributes eulogizing the favored star.