Jimmy the Jester, a rising star in the world of professional wrestling, has tragically passed away at the young age of 34 following a car accident, according to The Sun. He began his wrestling career in 2019 and was a member of the esteemed Monster Factory.

The American wrestler had competed in several promotions, including WWWA, Lucha Riot, Titan Championship Wrestling Entertainment, Atomic Championship Wrestling, and Stand Alone Wrestling, gaining popularity for his dynamic performances. After the news of his passing was confirmed by a friend on social media, fans, and fellow wrestlers expressed their condolences and paid tribute to the talented athlete.

One person who knew Jimmy wrote: “I was just informed that James Pasquale, Class of 2006, lost his life today due to a car accident.”

“Those of us who knew him while he was in high school will appreciate his career path and all of the photos of him. Rest in Peace Jimmy.”

Another added: “So sad to hear about the loss of James Pasquale. You were a great friend for over a decade, there through thick and thin.”

“You were my groomsman and gave a perfect speech at our wedding.”

“You may be gone, but never forgotten. Miss you Jimmy.”

Wrestling commissioner Gabby Ortiz wrote on Twitter: “We lost one of our brothers today. Really tough news to hear. RIP Jimmy.”

Pasquale is set to be honored by Find Yourself Wrestling at an upcoming event.