- Ryan Smile has passed away after long battle with mental health
- The 31-year-old British boxer was reported to have died on Tuesday, October 13
- Tributes have been pouring on social media by fans who are sad about Smile's death
The entire world wrestling fraternities have been thrown into deep mourning following the shocking and untimely death of British wrestler Ryan Smile who died at the age of 31.
News of his death remains a devastating one for his family and loved ones considering how they had hoped he would survive after long battle with mental health.
According to the report on UK Sun, it was not stated the duration of time that Ryan Smile battled against mental health before he tragically died.
During his in-ring career, Smile captured the RevPro Undisputed British Cruiser weight Championship, the OTT No Limits Championship, the HCW Revolution Championship.
Alex Windsor who is also a wrestler and partner to to the deceased explained below.
"I cannot believe I'm having to write these words.
"On Tuesday morning, Ryan passed away after losing his battle with mental health, a battle in which he had been fighting for a long time.
"I can't fathom the words to express how I'm feeling right now.
"To anyone who knew Ryan, whether through wrestling or on a personal level, it's with an extremely heavy heart that I have to break this tragic news."
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Adebayo Akinfenwa is reportedly considering a wrestling career as he holds talks with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) company over a possible move into the Vince McMahon’s wrestling promotion.
The 38-year-old Wycombe Wanderers’ striker was recently named the strongest player in the world according to Fifa 21 ratings.
Consequently, a career in professional wrestling seems possible for a man popularly called ‘The Beast’.
Akinfenwa first showed interest in wrestling in April 2019 as it was gathered that he had the passion after a meeting with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson.
His children are also said to be a lover of the sport, and now, the EFL star says swapping penalties for piled rivers remains a very real possibility.
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