Mitsuharu Misawa Death

Mitsuharu Misawa Death – Cervical Spinal Cord Injury 1962-2009 (Age 46) Mitsuharu Misawa inspired people from around the world, thrilling them with his heroics as Tiger Mask II and inspiring others to emulate his style in the ring. Misawa’s hard work led to him becoming one of the most decorated wrestlers in Japanese wrestling history, and one of the most respected workers in the world. Misawa founded the promotion Pro Wrestling NOAH; creating another exciting Japanese wrestling promotion. Sadly, Misawa joined the ranks of wrestlers who died in the ring, when a move gone wrong took his life at age 46. Misawa’s Wrestling Origins Born on June 18, 1962 in Yūbari, Hokkaidō in Japan, Mitsuharu Misawa’s lifelong ambition was to become a professional wrestler. Misawa wrestled at the amateur level, placing fifth in 1980’s FILA (Fédération Internationale des Luttes Associée) World Championship. After distinguishing himself in the amateurs, Misawa was

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