Charlotte, Foley, Lita, Bayley, MVP, Road Dogg & Others on Chyna

– As noted, former WWE Women’s Champion Joanie “Chyna” Laurer was found dead at her Redondo Beach, California home on Wednesday. She was 45. Below are more Twitter reactions from the wrestling world:

This shot of Hibiki 30 is for Joanie. I hope you have peace.
— MVP (@The305MVP) April 21, 2016

Sad to hear that one of the people responsible for the women’s movement in wrestling has passed. #RIPChyna
— Bill DeMott (@BillDeMott) April 21, 2016

— Zeb Colter (@WWEZeb) April 21, 2016

Hoy recibimos la desagradable noticia del fallecimiento de Chyna, pionera de la mejor lucha libre femenina. ¡Buen viaje, Novena Maravilla!
— Marcelo Rodriguez (@MarceloAtWWE) April 21, 2016

My prayers go out to Joanie Laurer and her family. It’s very sad to hear this news. Chyna was revolutionary for women in wrestling.
— Nattie (@NatbyNature) April 21, 2016

Just woke here in Europe to the saddening news about “Chyna” She was one of a kind and will b remembered 4 ever.
— Michael PS Hayes (@MichaelPSHayes1) April 21, 2016

Chyna has died at the age of 45: Our hearts are with the entire WWE family. #RIPChyna
— Total Divas (@TotalDivas) April 21, 2016

Joanie, I’m so sorry. I will always treasure our friendship and will never forget your kindness to my children. RIP
— Mick Foley (@RealMickFoley) April 21, 2016

Today I pray that I cherish the time I have with family and friends. I pray that I let them know how much they mean to me. #OUDK #RIPChyna
— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) April 21, 2016

The struggle is real. Each and every day is a struggle but at least her struggle is over, may she rest now. She was my friend!
— Brian G. James (@WWERoadDogg) April 21, 2016

Just woke up to the sad news about Chyna. Such a huge part of #womenswrestling and of my childhood. Very sad day. #9thWonderOfTheWorld
— Bayley (@itsBayleyWWE) April 21, 2016

So tragic. My heart is heavy today reflecting on this amazing woman. #RIPChyna
— Amy Dumas (@AmyDumas) April 21, 2016

#RIPChyna #9thWonderOfTheWorld ??????
— $asha Banks (@SashaBanksWWE) April 21, 2016

Chyna was fearless to no man & a huge part of #womenswrestling her impact will never be forgotten. thoughts & prayers are with her family ??
— Charlotte (@MsCharlotteWWE) April 21, 2016

First woman to enter Royal Rumble, King of the Ring, and win #ICTitle. Will never be another Chyna. #RIPChyna
— nodaysoff D-Young (@DarrenYoungWWE) April 21, 2016

Rest in peace!
— TheMarkHenry (@TheMarkHenry) April 21, 2016

R I P Chyna…
— Howard Finkel (@howardfinkel) April 21, 2016

Tragic to hear about the passing of Chyna. A true pioneer. #RIPChyna
— Becky Lynch (@BeckyLynchWWE) April 21, 2016

You broke a mold, paved your own path and left a lasting impression on our industry. Thank You @ChynaJoanLaurer #RIPChyna
— Byron Saxton (@ByronSaxton) April 21, 2016

#RIPChyna thank you for the memories. God bless your family and loved ones, hope they find healing in Your arms
— (@ZachGowen) April 21, 2016

rip chyna. so sad to hear the news. ??
— katarina waters (@katarinasinfamy) April 21, 2016

RIP Chyna. Gone but never forgotten!
— Shelton J. Benjamin (@Sheltyb803) April 21, 2016

Rest easy baby girl! @ChynaJoanLaurer
— GOLDUST (@Goldust) April 21, 2016

Prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember our dearly departed. My most heartfelt condolences. #Ripchyna ????
— Ariane Andrew (@WWECameron) April 21, 2016

Shattered glass ceilings, kicked down doors, broke gender barriers, she was an anomaly & untouchable. Rest now-ur legacy lives on #RIPChyna
— Trish Stratus (@trishstratuscom) April 21, 2016


You will always be in our hearts. Thank you for everything you have done for women in this crazy business. I love you Joanie forever. I will be off social media for a few days. This news was too devastating.
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