Friends are growing increasingly concerned about former WWE star Chyna after she collapsed multiple times this weekend while in Miami. Triple H’s former girlfriend and manager was in the city to attend the 2012 Exxotica Expo, but the trip went south almost immediately. On Thursday, she reportedly stripped naked along with another woman and jumped into a hotel pool before passing out and later being ejected. Yesterday, she apparently collapsed at the event itself, and today, the same thing allegedly happened in the lobby.
According to TMZ, Chyna was rushed to the hospital after the latest incident and is recovering. Vivid Entertainment, the porn company that sent her there, reportedly tried to get her help yesterday but stopped prodding after she repeatedly said she was fine.
During the late 90s and early 00s, Chyna was a force in the wrestling business. She was a part of the legendary Degeneration X and both wrestled on her own and managed. Unfortunately, her partnership with the WWE spiraled downhill after HHH had an affair with Vince McMahon’s daughter Stephanie. A troubled relationship with professional wrestler X-Pac followed, as did a sex tape featuring the two. The latter pushed her into the world of pornography where she’s been making films for the past few years, including an Avengers spoof she was at the convention to sell.
Chyna has had some personal problems in the past, and her battles with substance abuse have been well-documented. I’m not sure exactly what’s been happening the past few days, but Pop Blend wishes her nothing but the best. Her charisma and physical prowess were well utilized in the WWE. Hopefully, she’s able to parlay that into something productive and lucrative in the future.
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