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Stephanie McMahon has described the death of former professional wrestler Joanie “Chyna” Laurer as shocking and said that she was a true pioneer and a great lose in the industry.

Yes, the death of Chyna is no longer a new story to us, though it really quaked many hearts but what can we say; she is gone and that’s it. The WWE has fully assured fans that the deceased will be introduced into the WWE Hall of Fame.

Speaking in this regard, Stephanie McMahon said, said “I’m sure that we will see Chyna in the Hall of Fame at some point in the future. I’m not sure exactly what year that will be, but there’s no denying her contributions to WWE.”

After her death, there were lots of comments about her and on how she has lived her wrestling life. Some other officials pointed that she will not be inducted into the company’s Hall of Fame.

Steve Austin said, “I don’t think it will ever be right because she didn’t go into the Hall Of Fame while she was alive, living and breathing with us. And I thought she earned the right to be in the Hall Of Fame and to put her in there posthumously, if I’m saying that word correctly, man, it’s just not good enough”.

Furthermore, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H gave excuses why Laurer’s death won’t be necessarily honored after death though she was reportedly upset after she was not invited to Hall of Fame ceremony earlier this year claiming that her romantic relationship with Triple H was the reason she was blackballed from the company. This is indeed sad.