Concussion Scientist to Study WWE Wrestler Chyna’s Brain For Disorder


American wrestler Chyna died on April 20 after she overtook the prescription drugs along with her booze, a friend who was making her documentary revealed. It is said that the brain of the wrestler will be examined for research by Dr. Bennet Omalu. Omalu appeared in Will Smith movie Concussion. Seems like the death of the athlete can be of help to the other players.

It would be done to examine Chronic Traumatic Ecephalopathy (CTE) which had been discovered in the brains of numerous dead athletes by Dr. Bennet Omalu. He has even battled with NFL to raise the evidence of existence of such disease in dead athletes. The story as of now states that the doctor has not yet picked up the calls by Maxim to discuss his plans further.

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“We want to donate her brain. We want to know what made Chyna tick,” manager Anthony Anzaldo said. Chyna was found in a room filled with bottles, drugs prescriptions and anti-anxiety pills, Anzaldo added, Maxim reports. Chyna even posted a video on the You Tube in which she behaved in a weird manner. Anzaldo did not think she died intentionally and confirmed that she suffered from mental disorders.

Chyna had been working on a documentary and had given to spiritual practices. She wanted her body to be cremenated. She may have remained dead for days without notice, Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Corone said.

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She was most revered female wrestlers in the history of WWE and overcame all the gender stereotypes to make her own place in the wrestling world.She was the first woman to participate in Royal Rumble and King of Ring Events, Mirror reports.

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