Joan Laurer (WWE’s Chyna) was interviewed Monday on Vince Russo’s website and made some remarkable allegations. First Chyna’s name was brought up in Stone Cold’s recent podcast interview with Triple H. Triple H said it would be difficult for Chyna to be inducted into the Hall of Fame due to her porn career and how WWE as a product doesn’t want their younger viewers to take part in having that knowledge.
Chyna retaliated from these comments to make some comments of her own. Some eye brow raising and very detailed comments that could bring a keen negative light on the WWE.
“I told him ‘I know something’s going on. Don’t tell me something’s not going on.’ He swiped my hand, I swiped his hand, he hit me. I went back like Jerry Springer and then I was like OK that’s the deal breaker for me, the relationship is now over, so now I have to leave. After that, I know that he was crying and I know that he felt bad that he hit me, and my first initial reaction was to get up, and like I don’t know, I was just in shock and it felt like a Jerry Springer moment, it was very surreal, and I just couldn’t believe that he hit me.” (Thanks to CagesideSeats for the quote)
Chyna and Triple H were part of one of the most renowned factions of all time, D-Generation-X with members X-Pac (The 1-2-3 Kid), Shawn Michaels and The New Age Outlaws, The Road Dogg Jesse James and The Bad Ass Billy Gunn.
CagesideSeats made contact with the WWE upon these allegations and World Wrestling Entertainment released this official statement regarding the matter at hand:
“The false statements and reckless allegations made by Joan Laurer (aka Chyna) on a recent podcast about a physical dispute are a complete fabrication. While Joan has had significant struggles in life, this does not justify making such claims.”
Chyna was the first woman and only woman to win the WWE Intercontinental Title when she defeated Chris Jericho in the attitude era. She also was the only female to participate in the 1999 Royal Rumble and after conquering the hard feat of tossing out Mark Henry she was promptly eliminated by the eventual runner up, Stone Cold Steve Austin.