Chyna, the First Lady of Sports Entertainment, Has Died at 46

Chyna, the First Lady of Sports Entertainment, Has Died at 46

The wrestling world has just lost its biggest star Chyna at 46 at her Redondo Beach home. Her manager George Pennacchio confirmed on Wednesday night. The cause of her death is still unknown.

Chyna was born as Joanie Laurer and was found dead in her bed. She was known as a wrestler in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) from 1997 to 2001. Prior to that, she served in the US Army ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps), Peace Corps, and National Animal Rescue.

Chyna had a degree from the University of Tampa with a 3.9 GPA with a double major in Spanish Literature. She spoke English, Spanish, German and French. As a TV personality, she had appeared in various reality shows. In 2008, she appeared on VH1’s reality show “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” that featured her battling drugs and childhood traumas.

Her documentary, “The Reconstruction of Chyna,” was released last year. Below is an unofficial tribute to “The Reconstruction of Chyna”:

Image Source: TheRealChyna.com

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