It is with heavy hearts that we report the passing of wrestling star James Pasquale, known by his stage name Jimmy the Jester. The New Jersey-based fighter, only 34 years old, tragically lost his life in a car crash after suffering serious injuries.

The wrestling community is mourning the loss of this talented and charismatic fighter, who began his professional career in 2019 and was a member of the legendary Monster Factory wrestling school. Pasquale competed in various wrestling organizations, including WWWA, Lucha Riot, Titan Championship Wrestling Entertainment, Atomic Championship Wrestling, and Stand Alone Wrestling, winning numerous championships along the way.

Members of the wrestling community have expressed their sadness and condolences for Pasquale's passing. Danny Cage, the owner of the Monster Factory, expressed his grief on Twitter, describing Pasquale as a "charismatic goof" who will be deeply missed. Missy Sampson, a coach at the school, also took to social media to remember Pasquale as a funny and kind-hearted person.

Commissioner Gabby Ortiz and other stars of the Monster Factory appear in a documentary about fighters trying to become professionals on Apple TV, which features Pasquale. His fellow alumni from Belvidere High School in New Jersey also shared their condolences, remembering Pasquale's career path and the joy he brought to their lives.

Pasquale was not only a wrestling star but also worked as a tumbling coach at a gymnastics club, where he was beloved by his young pupils and their families. His partner, Erin Trzeciak, paid tribute to him as a light in her life who gave her the courage to express herself.

The wrestling community and fans alike will miss Pasquale's high-flying moves, technical skills, and infectious energy. His memory will be honored at an upcoming wrestling show, and he will always be remembered as the Clown Prince of Professional Wrestling. Rest in peace, Jimmy the Jester.