Former WWE wrestler Ryan Sakoda dead aged 48 as Adam Pearce leads tributes to late star

Former WWE wrestler Ryan Sakoda dead aged 48 as Adam Pearce leads tributes to late star

Former WWE wrestler Ryan Sakoda dead aged 48 as Adam Pearce leads tributes to late star

The Metro says Former WWE star Ryan Sakoda has died aged 48.

The wrestler – who appeared on SmackDown alongside Akio and Tajira from 2003 to 2004 and had recently been working at Disney’s Grand California Hotel before his death – died earlier this month on September 2.

An obituary listed on Fukui Mortuary’s website reads: ‘Ryan Keiji Sakoda, age 48, passed away on September 2, 2021.

‘Beloved son of Ronney and Colleen Sakoda; brother of Kelley (Cliff) Ikeda and Brett (Shelly) Sakoda; uncle to Kaylee, Brendan, Cammy, and Nicholas.

https://metro.co.uk/2021/09/28/former-wwe-star-ryan-sakoda-dead-aged-48-as-adam-pearce-leads-tributes-15327262/


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