Former WWE Diva Joanie Marie Laurer has legally changed her name to Chyna. No last name .. just “Chyna”. TMZ was there yesterday as Chyna exited the courthouse in Burbank, California. After all the paperwork was filed, Chyna spoke to TMZ cameras and said that after an 8 year struggle, she finally has her identity back. She said this victory is for all of the lives Vince McMahon has tried to ruin. She said Vince McMahon took the name from her out of spite and he’s an egomaniac and a jerk. She then challenged her former boss Vince McMahon to a fight! Here’s what Chyna said: “Do I want to go back to get abused by you and get punched in the head every day and have people not stand up for me besides the fans? No. Would I like to go back for one day representing myself and all these people to kick your ass and your ass only? Cause you are the boss, right Vince? Then I would love to do it. You know my number. You know where I live, obviously. And you know my name. Bring it, Vince!”
In a move that should surprise nobody, the cocky Mr. Kennedy has appointed himself the captain of his Survivor Series team, despite the fact that his squad is packed with accomplished Superstars Umaga, Finlay, Big Daddy V and MVP. As the self-appointed captain, Mr. Kennedy is already showing signs of leadership. In fact, Capt. Kennedy has gone so far as to challenge 11-time World Champion Triple H to a Lumberjack Match this week on Raw. With just six days until the 21st annual Survivor Series, will The Game step up to the challenge?
A video tape has surfaced that Nick Hogan’s attorney says proves he was not drag racing at the time of his accident. The tape was captured by a nearby security camera and shows Hogan’s yellow Toyota Supra and another silver Dodge Viper stopped at a red light mere seconds before the accident. Hogan’s attorney says the Viper momentarily gets stuck behind a stalled car. This could contradict eyewitness reports that Nick’s Supra and a silver Viper were drag racing.