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The former WWE Women’s and Intercontinental Champion Joan “Chyna” Laurer on Wednesday passed away at the age of 45 as reported by TMZ.

Chyna who had been a blackballed from WWE for the past ten years was not in any recognized or even considered to be put in their Hall of Fame. But now, they are likely to consider her even after her death for future reference.

WWE’s Chief Operating Officer Paul Levesque, better known as Triple H, commented on the death of his ex-girlfriend during an interview with the Mirror.

“Man, she was just a great person, an amazing talent, a ground breaking pioneer, that was never afraid to go out on a limb and blaze her own trail through life. She never took, and when you’re choosing a path (you can say) ‘hey here is a path let’s go down that one.’ Or you can blaze your own path and burn it up and create something for others to follow, and that’s what she did”. Triple H said. He also said that adding Chyna to the WWE Hall of Fame would certainly become a reality when the time comes.

Although the WWE COO including Stephanie and Shane McMahon, have responded that it will be difficult to add Chyna into WWE Hall of Fame because of the way she had lived, they however, expressed their condolence to the friends and family of the disease.