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Famed wrestler Hana Kimura dies at 22 | New Straits Times

#NSTsports Famed wrestler Hana Kimura dies at 22

24/5/2020 4:47:00 AM

NSTsports Famed wrestler Hana Kimura dies at 22

TOKYO: Hana Kimura , a female professional wrestler who was among the cast of the popular Japan ese reality series “Terrace House,” died on Saturday at 22, her wrestling organisation said, after she reportedly faced online bullying .

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