Wrestling today mourns the death of young Hana Kimura, only 22 years old. The Japanese fighter has killed herself after the taunts and insults received through her social networks as a result of a discussion with a participant of the reality show ‘Terrace House’, in which she participated.
Kimura was one of six residents in the most recent season of this internationally popular show, which follows the lives of young men and women living together and who stopped filming in April due to the coronavirus.
The wrestler was a fan favorite on the show, with her signature pink hair and shy personality that contrasted with her personality in the wrestling ring.
“We regret to report the death of Hana Kimura. We ask for respect and time so that those closest to them can process what happened, as well as their prayers for all of them, “confirmed Stardom, the company to which the fighter belonged.
Kimura went on to write a farewell message on the networks that he deleted shortly after and that gave an idea of his state of mind: «I receive almost one hundred frank opinions every day. I cannot deny that I am hurt. I’m dead. Thank you for giving me a life, mother. It was a life where I wanted to be loved. Thanks to everyone who supported me. I love them. I am weak, sorry. I don’t want to be human anymore. It was a life where she wanted to be loved. Thank you everybody I love you. Bye Bye ».
The death of Kimura, whose last fight was on March 24 against Mayu Iwatani, shocked fans of the fight and made his concern about the harassment public on social networks after learning about the reports of the victim of the fighter.
Yukio Hatoyama, the former prime minister of Japan, also wrote about Kimura’s death on Twitter, arguing that Japan should consider harsh penalties for those who attack people through the networks. .