WWE Superstar Chyna was found dead in her home in the USA on Wednesday the past week. She was doubted to be clearly on drugs and actually on an overdose. She was 45 and her real name was Joanie Laurer.
The reason behind her demise is under investigation and it was suspected to be from porn addiction and drugs overdose. Now the real reason is out:
Suspicions proliferate that Chyna's demise was firmly drug impacted. owever, the main information accessible now is an announcement from her director, Anthony Anzaldo, that all he found in her room were two containers of physician endorsed prescription.
Anzaldo found Chyna's body when he entered her apartment with a film team, as they were presently making a narrative called "The Reconstruction of Chyna". Erik Angra, the man coordinating the documentary, resounded Anzaldo's conviction that Chyna was over-curing herself and consuming dangerous mixed drinks of pills.
Though far from suicidal, Anzaldo and Angra said on separate occasions that she was harrowed of late but sought medical help. Anzaldo even finalized a deal with a TV show called 'Intervention' to give her the leg up she desperately needed. Stone Cold Steve Austin and Mick Foley were about to be approached to be a part of the intervention. "An interventionalist was already lined up as was a facility that was going to take her for 90 days", said Anzaldo.
Angra reviewed that Chyna broke down during their last cooperation and he even conceded that the former WWE Women's Champion had been drinking. "She was having an intense time the recent weeks and we, as a whole realized that and she was utilizing a greater amount of her solutions than she ought to have been or blending them up - I can't say without a doubt precisely what she was doing", Angra told Daily Mail Online.
"It was a mix of things from her past and current inconveniences. I know she had been drinking and I think she was annoyed with things that were going on."
It must have been love at first sight for Vince McMahon when he laid his blinkers on Ryback, and his initial burst in the WWE certainly seemed like proof. A couple of high-profile feuds, a tour on the Paul Heyman bus and innumerable character flip-flops later, the Big Guy looks despairingly like a shell of the juggernaut that cracked the landscape of the WWE a few years ago.
In a recent interview with Myles, a radio jockey from Dubai, Ryback was candid about his recent WrestleMania 32 loss to Kalisto:
"To be quite honest, absolutely not. The last 3 WrestleManias have not been great. I'm not going to go into a lot of detail on that but it would've been nice to have been on the show where both of us belong. The US Title definitely belongs on there. Hopefully next year, if there is a next year, that it will be a better experience."
The 34-year-old stated that he would no doubt get a main event spot, but couldn't help admitting the disappointment at not having made it there already:
"I've heard in this business hard work doesn't always pay off. So maybe The Big Guy has to go find another world where that does pay off. But you work really, really hard at something and you dedicate yourself, and you sometimes have to be told you're somewhere else. That's a tough pill to swallow time and time again but I've never stopped believing in myself and I never will. Next year should undoubtedly be a big year for The Big Guy"