Mick Foley wants to induct Chyna into the WWE Hall of Fame.
It's been over two years since WWE legend Chyna died two years ago, and there have been countless calls among fans, pundits, and wrestlers to induct the former Intercontinental Champion into the WWE Hall of Fame.
One fellow WWE legend has already offered to do just that. Mick Foley took to Twitter and said he would be honored to induct Chyna into the Hall of Fame if the opportunity allows him to do so.
Chyna joined the WWE in 1997 and was a central figure of The Attitude Era, where the company transitioned to a more adult-oriented product. She aligned herself with D-Generation X and began a relationship with Triple H (on and off-screen).
The two were together from 1996-2000, but Chyna's sister revealed they broke up after she refused to have children with Triple H. Also, The Game was beginning a relationship with Stephanie McMahon - whom he's been married to since 2003.
Given the love triangle Chyna's bitter departure from the company, WWE stayed away from the former champion and almost never acknowledged her. It was just a couple of weeks after Chyna's death where Stephanie vowed that she would be inducted into the Hall of Fame someday.
If the McMahon family can decide to put it all in the past, there is no reason for Chyna to not be inducted into the Hall of Fame. She was one of the very first female wrestling legends and paved the way for future womens stars. Chyna was extremely popular among her fans and helped D-Generation X become the faction we all know and love.
It's long overdue to put Chyna in the Hall of Fame, and now Mick Foley is offering to formally induct her. Hopefully, WWE makes note of this and willingly does it in 2019.