Triple H Criticised For Saying “Nothing” Since Chyna’s Passing

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Former WWE writer Vince Russo has criticised Triple H over what he perceives as a lack of acknowledgment for Chyna since her death.

On Monday Night Raw live in New York City, WWE will pay tribute to D-Generation X to celebrate the group’s 25th anniversary. Triple H, Shawn Michaels, X-Pac, and Road Dogg will represent the group on the show but they are by no means the only members to have donned the green and black.

Rick Rude was part of the original incarnation of the group for a few weeks but many fans will pay closer attention to absent members Billy Gunn and the late Chyna.

Speaking on The Wrestling Outlaws, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo is eager to see if The Ninth Wonder of the World will be acknowledged on the show and claims The Game has had nothing to say about the star since her death in 2016:

“Here’s what I’m interested in. How is Chyna going to be acknowledged? If Triple H goes out there and acknowledges Chyna, I will be the first one to apologize. Because he had said nothing since her passing. If he goes out there and says something heartfelt, I will be the first to say ‘I apologize bro’. But we know their track record and we know what they do. And the odds of that happening are a million to one.”

Chyna was part of the DX contingent that was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2019 with Triple H and Shawn Michaels both paying tribute to the former Intercontinental Champion.

h/t Sportskeeda