A new video shows Chyna -- real name Joanie Laurer -- wanting to make amends with WWE. The video, which was released by Rob Potylo, was filmed two months prior to her passing.
"One of the things I'm having difficulty with still is my communication with WWE. I've been trying to convey that through the Hall of Fame and asking for sitdowns," said Chyna in the clip. "The more I go to these shows and appearances, it's about family. I miss my family. I don't want to show up at these places with my brothers and sisters who I was on the road with, that I love, to see them and feel awkward because the battle with WWE. It's something I would love to resolve. I would like to do it privately where I can atone and say I'm sorry for the things I've said and done. I feel bad about having said certain things under duress and pain and things I haven't resolved privately. That's all I want to do."
I filmed this video with Chyna at her apartment 2 months before she passed...— Rob Potylo-- (@quietcry) February 6, 2019
Anyone who questions how much she missed her wrestling family, or what the WWE Hall of Fame meant to her.. Watch. Might be some tears... Please RT.
Let Chyna In.#LetChynaIn #WWEHOF #TeamChyna pic.twitter.com/2HnmwEqiSO
Chyna passed away in 2016 at the age of 46. A petition was started years ago to get Chyna included into the WWE Hall of Fame.