Lin Byron, born in Hong Kong, was a professional wrestler who went by the ring name Ray. Nobody knows what name he was given at birth. Wrestling for New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW), All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW), and World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Ray was a part of the Tiger Mask stable in Japan. He won the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship two times and the NWA World Tag Team Championship once throughout his career.Ray was reared in Vancouver, Canada, despite the fact that he was born in Hong Kong. In the early 1990s, he began his wrestling career on the independent circuit in Canada. His home territory was Canada. After that, he wrestled for both NJPW and AJPW in Japan. In 1995, he secured a contract with WCW and was immediately welcomed into the Tiger Mask stable. Up until 1997, he competed as a wrestler for WCW. After that, he went back to NJPW, where he continued wrestling up until his retirement in 2001.Ray was a professional wrestler that held a great deal of renown in the industry. His technical prowess in the ring earned him a reputation as one of the most accomplished junior heavyweight wrestlers in the world. In addition to this, he was well-known for his rough style of wrestling, which frequently led to him receiving injuries. Due to his history of wrestling injuries, he called it quits in 2001. He passed away in 2006, while he was only 36 years old.