In a video recorded shortly before her death, former WWE superstar Chyna opened up about how badly she wanted to apologize to WWE for her mistakes.
“One of the things I’ve been having difficulty with still is my communication with the WWE,” Chyna claims in a clip recorded two months before her death. The clip was shared on Twitter by Rob Potylo, who runs Chyna’s official Twitter account.
“I mean, I would like to just be able to do this privately where I can atone and say I’m sorry for the things that I’ve done,” she says. “And I do, I feel bad about having said certain things under duress and pain and things that I haven’t resolved privately, and that’s all I wanna do,” she adds.
The former Intercontinental Champion concludes the video on an optimistic note: “I just wanna tell everybody how good things are going, and how excited i am to show you what’s coming in the future, and to thank you for all your love and support.”
Chyna — whose real name was Joanie Laurer — passed away in 2016 at the age of 46.
As we previously reported, Chyna’s mother recently made a public plea for WWE to induct her daughter into the Hall of Fame this year. A Change.org petition trying to make this happen currently has over 8,000 signatures.
Watch the video below.
I filmed this video with Chyna at her apartment 2 months before she passed…
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.
— Rob Potylo🕹 (@quietcry) February 6, 2019