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Remembering Chyna: The Ninth Wonder Of The World’s Most Memorable Moments

Chyna. The woman known for taking the Women’s Division by storm. Very rarely was Chyna ever out-matched. There are numerous accomplishments and memories that can be thought of when you think of Chyna. Here are just a few of (25)

  1. Her Run with Eddie Guerrero- Latino Heat and his Mamacita. Let’s face it, Chyna was the perfect woman to back up any man in the WWF. This was no different when she paired up with Eddie Guerrero in 2000. By giving affection to Guerrero, fans learned to love Chyna. Chyna would do anything to help Guerrero, which elevated both Superstars into popularity. Chyna won her second Intercontinental Title during a mixed tag team match, where the competitor who scored the pinfall would win the title. The way they split up was disappointing, with Guerrero letting his ego get in the way of his love for his “Mamacita”.

download (26)2. D-Generation-X- What is DX without Chyna? Chyna was the difference-maker of the stable. All of us can recall a match where Triple H got the upper hand thanks to an interference by “The Enforcer”. It was one of the first times that a female wrestler made an impact in the ring as well as outside of the ring. Without Chyna, DX loses the X-factor that she brought for the stable.


images (20)3. Winning the Women’s Title At WrestleMania 17- What was ultimately an impressive start to the first Women’s Revolution at WrestleMania 17, when Chyna took out Ivory. The Right To Censor representative didn’t stand a chance from the beginning, as Chyna completely out-wrestled her. The overpowering strength by Chyna really helped her make a statement in the Women’s Division. This win made people interested in what was going to happen with Chyna as the new Champion.

Honorable Mention: Defeating Jeff Jarrett for the Intercontinental Championship at No Mercy 1999.

Chyna left us with incredible moments to remember her by. There was never a dull moment watching what Chyna was going to do next, whether it was join a new group, win a championship or make history.

Rest In Peace, Joan Laurer.

Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling.

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