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Japanese wrestling legend Hayabusa (Eiji Ezaki) died at the age of 47 on Thursday (March 3), reports Tokyo Sports.
According to the report, Hayabusa was found dead on Thursday afternoon. Police say the cause of death was a stroke caused by brain hemorrhaging.
Hayabusa was one of the hottest names in Japanese wrestling during the 1990s because of his high-flying and affiliation with the FMW promotion.
Unfortunately, his career ended in October 2001 when he missed a springboard moonsault that left him temporarily paralyzed.
In 2015, Hayabusa was part of a group that brought back the FMW promotion.
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