WWE Wrestler James 'Kamala' Harris Dies at 70: 'An All Around Great Talent and Good Guy'




Many who knew Harris posted on social media Sunday to honor the wrestling star while using the hashtag, "#RIPKamala."

"Another legend who deserved to be in @WWE Hall of Fame and ALIVE when that time came," wrestler Elijah Burke, also known as Da Pope, said. "An all around great talent and good guy that got over and stood out wherever he went. RIP to the great 'Ugandan Giant' Kamala. His memory will live on forever."

“Rest In Peace Kamala. One of my favorites to watch as a kid. I’m so happy I was able to share the ring with you during my career. Your larger than life character will live on forever in our business,” wrote WWE referee Tom Castor.

Iranian wrestler The Iron Sheik added, "GOD BLESS THE KAMALA HE ALWAYS PUT ON A SHOW FOR THE FANS GOOD BIG MAN WHO WORKED THE GIMMICK BETTER THEN MOST IT BREAK MY HEART #ripkamala."

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