Sara Lee has passed away at the age of 30

A terrible mourning shakes the world of wrestling and beyond

by Simone Brugnoli
Sara Lee has passed away at the age of 30

A terrible mourning shakes the world of wrestling and beyond. Unfortunately, the news of the passing of former WWE winner Tough Enough Sara Lee is official. In fact, this is confirmed by the mother of the still very young athlete.

The wrestler had just celebrated her 30th birthday a few months ago. WWE fans will surely remember her in the period between 2015 and 2016, when she attended and won the last WWE Tough Enough. After winning the show, Sara Lee won a one-year contract, and was then sent to WWE talent development territory, NXT, working for some time on some of the show's live events.

Among the many contestants she shared the ring with, she defeated current NXT Women 's Champions Mandy Rose. Unfortunately, she did not have great luck and was released at the end of the annual contract.

Sara Lee is dead

Sara Lee published her last post on Instagram only on Wednesday, with these words: “I'm finally celebrating the fact that I'm back healthy enough to be able to go back to the gym for two days in a row.

The first sinus infection ever kicked my butt." Even the fighter's mother confirmed her death with a post, complete with a beautiful photo of her daughter, on Facebook: “It is with a broken heart that we share with you that our Sara has now gone into the arms of Jesus.

shocked and the provisions on what to do are not yet complete. Therefore, I invite everyone to respect our family mourning. We all need to pray, especially for Cory and his children." Sadly Sara left her husband Cory Weston, also a former WWE superstar by the name of Wesley Black, and her three children.

The entire editorial staff of joins the pain of Sara Lee's family, offering all of them the most heartfelt and sincere condolences for her terrible death. Despite her relatively short time in the pro wrestling scene, she touched the lives of her fellow stars and made an impression on their hearts.

Several AEW stars also paid tribute to Sara Lee on Twitter following the heartbreaking loss, while promoting the GoFundMe page for her memorial. Lee wrestled at NXT live events throughout Florida. Overall, she only had eight matches in the black and gold brand and picked up a few tag team victories.

Several noted personalities like Mick Foley, Natalya, Alexa Bliss, Bayley, Nikki A.S.H., and Sonya Deville also sent out heartfelt messages.