WWE Network Has Added ‘Chyna: Ninth Wonder Of The World’ Collection

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WWE Network has made a new addition to the “Collections” section of their streaming service. This newest addition centers around the late great Chyna and is titled, “Chyna: Ninth Wonder Of The World.” The synopsis reads as such:

“Remembered as ‘The Ninth Wonder Of The World,’ Chyna was a pioneer for Women’s Wrestling and left an indelible mark on WWE. A founding member of D-Generation X, the first woman to compete in a Royal Rumble Match, and the first and only woman to win the Intercontinental Championship, Chyna was a physically striking and talented performer who changed the standard for all powerful women to come. Enjoy her WWE career highlights in this exclusive collection.”

The following is a complete listing of the Chyna Collection.

– Ninth Wonder Of The World Intro – Chyna’s Video Tribute from April 25, 2016’s Raw.

– In Your House: Final Four (02/16/1997) – Chyna’s Debut

– WrestleMania 13 (03/23/1997) – Triple H (w/Chyna) vs. Goldust (w/Marlena)

– Raw (08/10/1998) – “The DX Split”

– Raw (11/30/1998) – “An Evening with Sexual Chocolate”

– Raw (01/11/1999) – Corporate Rumble – Chyna wins #30 entry into the Royal Rumble Match.

– Royal Rumble (01/23/1999) – Chyna’s entrance and time spent in the Royal Rumble Match.

– Heat (06/06/1999) – Chyna vs. Val Venis in which the winner qualifies for the 1999 King of the Ring.

– Raw (08/09/1999) – Chyna vs. Triple H vs. The Undertaker for the #1 Contendership to the WWF Championship.

– No Mercy (10/16/1999) – Chyna vs. Jeff Jarrett for the Intercontinental Championship.

– Survivor Series (11/13/1999) – Chyna vs. Chris Jericho for the Intercontinental Championship.

– Raw (04/24/2000) – “Mamacita For Prom Queen”

– Raw (09/04/2000) – “Feeling The Burn of Latino Heat”

– SmackDown (09/21/2000) – “A Proposal For The Cover Girl”

– Raw (09/25/2000) – “The Right To Dream”

– Raw (12/11/2000) – “Dismantling The Ninth Wonder”

– WrestleMania X-Seven (04/01/2001) – Chyna vs. Ivory for the Women’s Championship.

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