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    WWE Reality Champion Sara Lee is no more, fans, wrestlers mourn

    Millions of Sara Lee Fans mourns today, as the WWE Reality star departed the world today. Wrestling stars have been paying tribute to the winner of a WWE reality show who has died at the age of 30.

    Sara Lee won the 2015 season of Tough Enough, a talent-spotting programme with an elimination-style format.

    Before starting her wrestling career, Sara was a track and powerlifting star at her US high school, according to the local media.

    Her mother Terri Lee announced the death in a statement posted online.

    “It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that our Sarah Weston has gone to be with Jesus,” she wrote. “We are all in shock.”

    Lee, from the US state of Michigan, was awarded a $250,000 contract after her winning appearance on Tough Enough, but was released the following year.

    Sara Lee was married to former WWE wrestler Cory James Weston, known as Westin Blake.

    Wrestling star Saraya, formerly known as Paige, was among those to pay tribute to Sara, describing her as a “very sweet human who I got the pleasure to know and work with”.

    Fellow wrestler Bull James launched a GoFundMe campaign in aid of Sara Lee‘s family, which quickly smashed its $20,000 target – raising almost three times that amount in 10 hours.

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