Sara Lee, the 30-year-old WWE Tough Enough champion, died on October 5th. See her mother’s remark on the “shock” in her family.

A star has been lost in the world of wrestling.

Sara Lee, a former WWE wrestler, passed away on Oct. 5 at the age of 30. Terri, Lee’s mother, provided online confirmation of the information on October 6. The official cause of death has not been made public.

We share that our Sara has crossed over to be with Jesus with heavy hearts,” Lee posted on Facebook, posting a picture of herself wearing a floral dress and a wreath on her head. “The plans are incomplete, and we are all in shock. Please respect our family’s need for space to grieve.

We all need prayers, but Cory and her kids especially, her mother said.

The couple’s children Brady, 3, and Case Oliver, 14 months, as well as their daughter Piper, 5, and two boys Brady, 3, and Wesley Blake, who appeared on WWE as Wesley Blake, survive Lee.

In the sixth and final season of the reality television program Tough Enough, where hopeful wrestler’s battle for a one-year, $250,000 WWE contract, Lee gained notoriety. The network gave Lee the chance to compete from September 2015 to September 2016 as she was one of the two winners of that season. Lee boasted cockily about her toughness in her Tough enough 2015 audition clip.

She remarked in the video, “WWE, all these females are missing one thing that I have, and that’s strength. Where are the powerful girls?

On August 25, 2015, after winning Tough Enough, Lee talked about addressing her harshest detractors.

On the program, Lee added, “You simply go to put it away.” “It gave me more and more motivation to come out here and put on a terrific show to prove them all wrong,” the speaker said.