The ongoing debate on whether or not the WWE should induct Chyna into their Hall Of Fame continues.
Many within the business believe that the former Intercontinental Champion deserves to be a part of the Hall Of Fame, with the likes of Sean "X-Pac" Waltman voicing their support for the cause since her untimely passing back in 2016. The former WWE Women's Champion passed away at the age of 46-years-old due to an apparent overdose.
Chyna worked with WWE from 1997 to 2001 and was one of the company's biggest stars during her time. She had memorable storylines with the likes of D-Generation X, Chris Jericho, Kane and Eddie Guerrero. She would do some work for New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) before venturing off into a career in adult films.
She wrestled her final wrestling match for IMPACT Wrestling in 2011 at the Sacrifice event. Chyna's official Twitter account still issues out Tweets from time to time, and recently, a clip of her being assisted by Mick Foley on an old episode of Monday Night RAW was posted.
The Tweet read: "Mick Foley was always a friend to Chyna. Inside and outside the ring! In this clip he helps protect her number one contender slot for the heavyweights title! Maybe if she got into the WWE Hall Of Fame he could induct her?"
Foley responded and said it would be an "honor" to induct her into the Hall Of Fame one day: