Farewell Hayabusa Eiji Ezaki 1968-2016

Former Japanese pro wrestler Eiji Ezaki aka Hayabusa has passed away due to hemorrhage in the brain where blood that covered several tissues. He was 47 years old. Eiji Ezaki started his career in 1991 as himself until he adopted a masked persona called Hayabusa, which means Falcon. Primarily, he wrestled for Frontier Martial Arts Wrestler where he was both a high-flyer and a hardcore wrestler. His legend in Japan grew and it took notice in the US that paved the way for other high-flyers such as Rey Mysterio, Jr. His career ended when he injured his neck and was confined in a wheelchair until a few years ago he regained the ability to walk and move around, but not wrestle again. His place as one of the greatest high-flyers is cemented and he will be missed by the pro wrestling community worldwide. Thank you for the memories, Hayabusa. May you fly high in the heavens eternally.


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