Sara Lee, former WWE wrestler and “Tough Enough” winner, dies at age 30
Sara Lee, the previous WWE wrestler and winner of the truth TV sequence “Tough Enough,” has died on the age of 30, her mom stated in a Facebook post on Thursday. Her reason behind demise has not been revealed.
“It is with heavy hearts we needed to share that our Sara Weston has gone to be with Jesus,” Lee’s mom, Terri, stated. “We are all in shock and preparations usually are not full. We ask that you just respectfully let our household mourn. We all want prayers particularly Cory and her kids.”
Lee received WWE’s “Tough Enough” actuality TV sequence in 2015. She acquired a one-year $250,000 contract with the WWE following the present and was assigned to NXT, the wrestling promotion firm’s developmental model. She later retired from wrestling and married wrestler Westin Blake – whose actual identify is Cory James Weston – in 2017. They had three kids collectively.
World Wrestling Entertainment additionally issued a press release, saying it was “saddened” to study of Lee’s demise.
“As a former ‘Tough Enough’ winner, Lee served as an inspiration to many within the sports-entertainment world,” WWE stated. “WWE provides its heartfelt condolences to her household, mates and followers.”
In her last Instagram put up on Wednesday, she wrote about battling a sinus infection for the primary time.
Fellow wrestlers paid their condolences on social media.
“Absolutely coronary heart breaking, life is simply too brief. Sara was superior sending love and prayers to her household and family members,” WWE star Sonya Deville tweeted.
Wrestler Chelsea Green shared photographs of her and Lee, and stated she’ll be “missed vastly.”