New Video of Chyna Talking About Wanting to Make Amends With WWE Just Before Her Death

Posted By Caroline Walsh on 02/08/19

A newly-released video shows Chyna shortly before her death talking about wanting to make amends with WWE. Rob Potylo, a producer who was a close friend to the late WWE star, posted the video to his Twitter account that you can see below.

In the video, Chyna talks about how she’s been trying to make amends with the company but hasn’t been able to do so. “I feel like I look great…lots of good stuff happening,” she says. “So I’m thrilled about that. One of the things I’m having difficulty still, is my communication with the WWE. I’ve been trying to convey that through the Hall of Fame and asking for sit downs. And I think that the more that I go out to these shows and appearances, I realize it’s more about family and how much I miss my family. And I don’t want to show up at all these places with my brothers and sisters that I was in the trenches with — and on the road with — that I love and were a huge part of my life…to see them now and feel awkward because of the repercussions of the battle with the WWE.”

Chyna adds, “It’s just something that I would love to resolve. And I haven’t been able to do that on television and radio, and Howard Sterns and TMZs. 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.'”

“And I do,” she continues. “I feel bad about having said certain things under duress, and pain, and things I haven’t resolved privately And that’s all I wanna do. So, in the meantime I just want to 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 of your support.”

Potylo has been among those pushing on social media to try and get Chyna inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Sean Waltman has spoken out in support of an induction, and Natalya recently said that Chyna would “definitely” get an induction one day. Other stars have spoken in the past supporting the idea such as Steve Austin, Billy Gunn, Mick Foley and Terri Runnels. Whether it does ultimately happen remains to be seen.