Chyna made a huge impact in the world of wrestling at a time when men with muscles were favored over women with talent.
She was one of the most influential wrestlers for many fans and created a legacy of her own. Chyna was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of D-Generation X, years after her tragic death.
Recently, her mother spoke with WrestlingINC and talked about Chyna, her legacy, and the impact she had on the world.
“Well, to be honest with you, I’m still trying to wrap my head around it because I guess I really never realized, until after her death, actually quite a while after her death, what kind of an impact she had on people, and it just makes me very proud. And I just wish she were here so I could put my arms around her and tell her how proud I am of her. It’s unbelievable. It really is. It’s a lot to take in to tell you the truth.”
She then talked about Chyna’s childhood and how she was as a child. Apparently, the former Women’s Champion of WWE had a great sense of humor and had a habit of making jokes.
“She was colorful. She was larger than life. She loved to entertain. From the time she came out, she was a very good baby. She was a delightful child. I can’t remember anything about her childhood that was negative. I know that sounds kind of ridiculous and maybe I’m kind of prejudiced, but she just was a great kid, and she loved to entertain.”
“She would go over to her grandmother and grandfather’s house and put on puppet shows and dance and make jokes. Even as she got older and even before her death, not too long before her death, she was making jokes. She had a great sense of humor, really warm personality.”