Thursday, October 14, 2010


Chyna has once again found herself at the top of yet another list. Chyna came in at number 2 on the Bleacher Report's "Top 10 Greatest Women
Wrestlers" list...

"She was more than just Triple H's valet and a member of DX. She was an icon of the Attitude Era and a true beast in the ring. The Ninth Wonder Of The World held the Intercontinental Title on three occasions, for a total of 109 days in 1999 and 2000. She was the first ever and only woman to hold that championship.In 1999, she was also the first woman to enter the Royal Rumble match. In addition, she was the first and only lady to qualify for the King Of The Ring Tournament and to become number one contender for the WWF Title. If it was not enough, she was ranked number 106 on the top 500 singles wrestlers (usually featuring men only) by Pro Wrestling Illustrated in 2000. After her run as Triple H's bodyguard and DX's enforcer, she became Eddie Guerrero's valet for few months to then covet the Women's Championship.She won her only Women's Title on the Grandest Stage of Them All, at Wrestlemania 17. She held the gold for 214 days until she left WWE in November 2001. Chyna was a complete wrestler who could perform various power moves and she was the only woman in WWE to physically hold her own against male wrestlers." [Continue reading]

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