The Ninth Wonder of the World: Chyna's Dominance in Wrestling
Chyna, whose real name was Joan Laurer, was a professional wrestler who rose to fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
She made her debut with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in 1997 as the bodyguard of wrestler Triple H and became a founding member of the wrestling faction D-Generation X.
Chyna was known for her physical strength and athleticism, and she was the first woman to participate in the WWF's Royal Rumble match and the King of the Ring tournament.
She also held several titles during her wrestling career, including the WWF Intercontinental Championship and the WWF Women's Championship.
Chyna left the WWF in 2001 and went on to wrestle for other promotions, including New Japan Pro Wrestling and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.
As a member of the group D-Generation X, she was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame posthumously in 2019.
In addition to her wrestling career, Chyna also pursued acting and reality television opportunities and appeared in several films and TV shows.
Unfortunately, Chyna passed away in 2016 at the age of 45 due to a drug overdose, but her impact on the world of professional wrestling continues to be felt to this day.