Chyna was responsible for one of the most interesting World Wrestling Entertainment careers in history. She began her WWE career as a valet and also a bodyguard for Triple H, and nobody could have guessed, at the time, that Chyna would become a member of one of the most famous factions in all of sports entertainment. Regardless of what anybody may say on the matter, there is no denying that Chyna was an important member of the original edition of D-Generation-X. Chyna, along with Shawn Michaels and Triple H, changed the WWE for the better during the “Monday Night Wars,” and one could easily argue that the promotion would have lost that battle to World Championship Wrestling if not for that famous trio of performers.
It is also well known that Chyna experienced plenty of personal and professional hardships and setbacks over the past two decades. Chyna’s story unfortunately had a sad ending, as she passed away in April 2016 at the age of 46-years-old. One cannot help but wonder if things would have gone differently had Chyna avoided some of the mistakes that she made during and after her run in the WWE. Perhaps Chyna could have remained in the WWE up through the 2000s and eventually received a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame, an honor that Chyna deserved when she was alive. Then again, maybe Chyna was never a good fit in the WWE and in the pro wrestling world, in general. Whatever the case, it’s a shame that Chyna left us far too soon.
13 Relationship with Triple H
12 Going Over Male Wrestlers
11 Money Demands
10 Confrontation with Vince McMahon
9 Her Book
6 TNA Wresting
5 Adult Films
4 Queen of the Ring
3 Allegations Against Sean Waltman
2 Confrontation with Triple H
1 Allegations Against Triple H
Perhaps the worst thing that Chyna ever said about Triple H was her claim that he hit her while the two were dating. Triple H currently serves as an executive with the WWE as well as an on-air performer, and the WWE responded to these claims by releasing the following:
“The false statements and reckless allegations Joan Laurer (aka Chyna) continues to make about a physical dispute are a complete fabrication. As I’ve said in the past, while Joan has had significant struggles in life, this does not justify making such claims.”
Regardless of any and all personal problems Chyna dealt with during the final 15 years of her life, she had to realize making this claim about Triple H would be the final blow that buried her WWE career for the rest of her life. Whatever may or may not have happened with Chyna from 2001 up through the spring of 2016, we hope that she found the peace she seemed to lack for many years.
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