Hayabusa, Japanese professional wrestler, Died at 47

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Eiji Ezaki was born on November 29, 1968, and died on March 3, 2016.

He was a Japanese professional wrestler.

He was better known as the masked Hayabusa.

Essentially, he worked for Atsushi Onita’s Frontier Martial Arts Wrestling (FMW) promotion.

He started his wrestling career training in the FMW dojo.

He would make his FMW debut on July 19, 1991, where he teamed up with Amigo Ultra to defeat Akihito Ichihara and Yukihido Ueno.

Hayabusa later pursued a career as a singer.

Hayabusa would go on to promote a new wrestling company called WMF (Wrestlings Marvelous Future) that contained up-and-coming wrestlers.

He has been active in working with the Dragon Gate promotion.

The fighter recorded a debut album with Dragon Kid titled Trust, which came out in November 2007.

Eiji was married and had two children.

Eiji Ezaki and his wife divorced in 2004.

Eiji Ezaki passed away at 47 yrs old due to a subarachnoid hemorrhage.

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