Unless you have been living under a rock this week, you will be aware that one of the most influential WWE Divas of all time paid a visit to the WWE Headquarters.
One of the most memorable yet controversial divas ever made a surprising return to the WWE a few days ago and it took the WWE Universe by storm.
Chyna has been a controversial figure within the WWE since the company moved to a PG certificate and she has indulged in some, non PG material.
The diva who summed up the attitude era is best known for her days within popular anti- hero group D- Generation X.
She is considered as a sure fire hall of famer by most fans but her chances of entering the hall of fame have been hindered by her chequered past.
Chyna's appearance at WWE headquarters certainly had a lot of people talking - especially since it emerged that the WWE had no idea she was there until a picture surfaced on-line.
Everyone has wondered why she was back and some were even dreaming that it was an attempt to organise her induction into the hall of fame.
However that now appears it is not the case as it appears to be more of a publicity stunt than anything.
Rumours have surfaced claiming that the reason the former Diva's and Intercontinental champion was at the company's headquarters was to create publicity for her upcoming documentary.
Named "The Reconstruction of Chyna", it now appears that the documentary was the reason for her appearance at WWE headquarters.
Surely coming as somewhat of a disappointment for some members of the WWE Universe, the motive does make sense.
Need some Chyna
Chyna really helped to revolutionise the way that women were utilised in the WWE and her countless altercations with male athletes just made her all that more impressive.
She is one of the two women ever to enter into the Royal Rumble match and is one of a very rare breed of women who have held a male title in the company.
The current group of WWE Divas are struggling to gauge interest in the division and a character such as Chyna would certainly be useful to the company these days.
Do YOU want to write for GiveMeSport? Get started today by signing-up and submitting an article HERE: http://gms.to/writeforgms