The wrestling business has been built by athletes and behind-the-scenes personnel who contribute to the industry with their in-ring and creative insight. It is always sad to lose anyone in the business and recently, the wrestling world lost yet another Independent wrestler and promoter in Jaysin Strife.
Jaysin Strife began his wrestling career in 2004 and also formed his own Magnum Pro Wrestling (MPW) promotion in 2010. Apart from that, he has wrestled for various other promotions such as National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), Pro Wrestling Phoenix (PWP), International Wrestling Association (IWA), and even WWE on 205 Live.
The 37-year-old star was also recently spotted on the November 16th edition of AEW Dark in a losing effort to Powerhouse Hobbs. Jaysin’s brother Jason disclosed that he had a long battle with an illness, putting out a message on Facebook.
“They say every time a bell rings a Strife gets his wings…” today 12-29-22 @ 9:55 pm the world lost an icon. After a long intense battle he finally couldn’t kick out any more. His impact in and out of the ring has been felt by us all and the love shown is not lost on the family. Thank you all for your thoughts and kind words. But more importantly, your prayers. At the end Nate gave his life to Christ giving our family the peace of knowing he’s joining his beloved Grandma Pat… (The mint chip ice cream and cookies are waiting bro!)
Thank you all for all your support…
Many superstars and fans reacted to the sad news of Jaysin Strife’s passing at an early age.
@jeremywyatt1: “Walked back thru the curtain after my match and found out @JaysinStrife just passed away… I’ve been wrestling Strife since 2005. Easily one of my favorite opponents. We always brought out the best in each other. Going to miss you, buddy. RIP.”
@RealMikeBennett: “You had a profound impact on me in the short amount of time we knew each other. I know there is a lesson in all of this but right now I just want to send all my love to his friends and family. Nothing in life is guaranteed. Love your people and tell them you love them.”
@JPWARHORSE: “RIP Jasyn Strife You did alot of great things to help alot of great people. Such an outgoing personality that will be missed.”
@HarleenQ89: “Rest in peace Strife.. 😫😫😭😭.”
@WrecklessEating: “RIP.”@ScrapDaddyAP Godspeed, Jaysin Strife. Thank you for always doing it the right way. I never saw you treat anybody with anything other than respect, myself included. I’m glad that we met and worked together, and I’m so glad we got to catch up a couple of weeks ago. Rest well, my brother. 🙏
Ringside News extends our heartfelt condolences to Jaysin Strife’s family. May his family gain the strength from friends and wrestling fans to overcome this tragedy.
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