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Sara Lee, former WWE “Tough Enough” winner died at the age of 30.

“As an earlier “Tough enough” contestant, Lee served as an source of inspiration for many within the world of sports entertainment,” WWE said in the statement.

Sara Lee, winner of the 2015 WWE “Tough Enough” reality show passed away at the age 30 her mother, as well as the wrestling company announced it on Thursday.

Lee is a native of Hope, Michigan, won an all-year contract worth $250,000 WWE contract during the sixth season.

“We are all shocked and we are still arranging arrangements,” her mother, Terri Lee, shared in a portion of an online post. “We request that you respect our family’s grieving. Everyone needs prayers, but particularly Cory along with her family members.”

The reason for the death wasn’t identified.

WWE released a statement that stated it was deeply saddened by the news of her passing.

“As an earlier “Tough enough” finalist, Lee served as an source of inspiration for many within the world of sports-related entertainment. WWE sends its sincere condolences to her family fans and friends,” the organization tweeted.

Lee has won season 6 on the reality TV show, as did Josh Bredl.

She was studying to become an ultrasound technician and a powerlifter prior to joining the tournament, WWE said at the time.

Lee is married to ex- WWE wrestler Cory James Weston, and was the mother of three children. Her sister-in-law , on social media, claimed her daughter had been “one one of the beautiful souls I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing.”

The people in and around the world of wrestling expressed their sadness and shock on social media.

“Absolutely heartbreaking Life is short. Sara was awe-inspiring,” WWE wrestler Sonya Deville tweeted, “sending love and prayers to her family and beloved ones.”

Charlotte Flair, wrestler and the daughter of wrestler legend Ric Flair, posted an account to honor her father with the emoticon of a broken heart.

“I’ll be missing Sara for ever,” the wrestler Asuka wrote.



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