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The former wrestling-star James 'Kamala' Harris died Sunday at the age of 70 years, to confirm World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

According to journalist Jason King, who has spoken with Kamala's wife, Emmer Jean, so was Kamala tested positive for the covid-19 Wednesday last week.

He was hospitalized on Wednesday night, but in the course of the weekend he seemed in a good mood and it worked immediately that he was in remission.

Sunday was, however, he suffered a cardiac arrest and passed away by death, tells the woman.

In the course of the last year have been Wrestling-the legend struggled with diabetes, and he had, therefore, problems with high blood pressure.

It resulted in, that he in november 2011 and was amputated left leg and only five months later got amputated it right.

James Harris started his wrestling career back in 1978 under the name Sugar Bear Harris, but already four years later he appeared as 'Kamala'.

He reached to make a huge impression on the wrestling world in the course of his career, where he is best known for his entertaining appearances in the WWE in the mid-1980s and the beginning of the 90's.

Here he appeared as the scary ugander, who fought barefoot only wearing white war paint on his face and a loincloth. When he stepped into the ring, he is also an african mask, a spear and a shield.

He managed always to create a show and get the crowd with him.

The over two meters tall, and 170 pounds of heavy man fought against some of the biggest stars in wrestling, including Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker and andre The Giant.

James Harris career as 'Kamala' ended in 2010.

the Wrestling star is being hailed on social media after the announcement of his death Sunday.

Here he is described as a good man, in the degree will be reminded in the future for his influence on the wrestling world.

'God bless Kamala, he behaved always a show for his fans. A good big man, who performed his gimmick better than most. It hurts in my heart,' writes the former professional wrestler The Iron Sheik on his Twitter profile.

Also the well-known Hulk Hogan, provides some words of praise on the way in a posting on Twitter.

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