Vince Russo Claims Odds Of Triple H Mentioning Chyna’s Passing Are “A Million To One”

Triple H & Chyna

With a D-Generation X reunion set to take place, Vince Russo has been critical of Triple H for not mentioning Chyna since her passing.

Whilst it has been confirmed that the 25 Year Anniversary celebreation of D-Generation X will see the faction represented by Triple H, Shawn Michaels, The Road Dogg and X-Pac, many will want to see other members who donned the green and black honoured during the night. This includes the likes of Chyna, as well as Billy Gunn and Rick Rude.

There was even some speculation that AEW might allow former New Age Outlaws member Gunn to appear, however this is less likely now he’s so prominent on the competition’s television for scissoring The Acclaimed. This may also mean he doesn’t get mentioned, but it would also seem that there’s an expectation ‘The Ninth Wonder Of The World’ won’t get a mention either.

In a discussion on The Wrestling Outlaws, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo has admitted that he’ll be the first to apologise if Triple H appears on the 10th October 2022 edition of Monday Night Raw and makes reference to the passing of Chyna, however he sees very little chance that will happen.

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.

Triple H did pay tribute to Chyna when D-Generation X was inducted in to the WWE Hall Of Fame as part of the Class Of 2019.

With thanks to Sportskeeda for the transcription.