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Pro Wrestler Yutaka Yoshie Dies Suddenly After Match

Japanese professional wrestler Yutaka Yoshie passed away at the age of 50 shortly after a match on Sunday.

Yoshie, who was participating in the All Japan Pro Wrestling tournament in Takasaki, fell ill in the locker room after the match.

AJPW on X wrote, “After Yutaka Yoshie returned to the waiting room after the match, his condition suddenly deteriorated and he was rushed to a hospital in Takasaki City, but he did not return home.'' Wrestling Co., Ltd. (Related: Muhammad Ali to be inducted into WWE Hall of Fame)

“I would like to remember Yutaka Yoshie's achievements during his lifetime and pray for his repose.''

Yoshie teamed up with Ryo Inoue and competed in a tag team match against Hokuto Omori and Ryoji Sai. According to Yoshie, there were no problems during the match. Yahoo Japan.

He debuted in New Japan Pro Wrestling in 1994 and remained with New Japan Pro Wrestling until 2006.

In 2003, during his time in New Japan Pro Wrestling, he teamed up with Hiroshi Tanahashi to win the IWGP Tag Team Championship.

Mr. Yoshie was also a member of the G-EGGS faction, and participated along with Mr. Manabu Nakanishi, Mr. Hiroshi Nagata, and the late Mr. Masakazu Fukuda.

New Japan Pro Wrestling said, “At 180 centimeters and 160 kilograms, Yoshie is a true gentle giant whose cheerful disposition and powerful attacks in the ring have made him a popular figure wherever he goes.” Pro Wrestling wrote in his eulogy. According to the wrestler, new york post.

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