WWE air tribute to Chyna on Monday Night RAW

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The wrestling world was in shock last week when it was revealed that former WWE star Chyna had passed away.

"The 9th Wonder of the World" died aged 46 after an apparent overdose on Wednesday of last week. 

Despite being the most obvious selection out there for the WWE Hall of Fame, blazing a trail for female wrestlers to be treated like the men, she still hasn't been enshrined. The WWE have paid her some sort of tribute, though, airing a video on Monday Night RAW.


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Entitled "The Incredible Career of Chyna" the video features moments from her WWE career as well as tweets from present and former WWE stars who were mourning her loss after the tragic news had been announced.

You can watch the tribute here:

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This is all well and good but it isn't enough. Chyna was a superstar of the Attitude Era, one of the driving forces of making D-Generation X what it was and the first ever female Royal Rumble participant and female Intercontinental Champion.

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She was an undeniable trailblazer that deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. 

The reason she isn't in it? Because Triple H and the WWE are worried what will happen when kids Google her name because of her past in porn. 

So, convicted rapist Mike Tyson is allowed in the Hall of Fame, but having sex on camera is the limit. Interesting thinking from the WWE there. 

Will Chyna go into the Hall of Fame next year? Probably, but it is definitely too little too late.

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