- Chyna's passing has been getting a lot of media attention with stories appearing on most major media outlets, including The Huffington Post, The Associated Press, CNN and The New York Times. People has an article at this link about the video above that Chyna posted on her YouTube on Sunday, three days before she was found dead.

- People has another article here noting that Chyna was active on her Twitter account this past Monday. Looking at her Twitter timeline, it's pretty clear that she was tweeting this past Sunday, however the tweets on Monday, like the one below, appear to have been made by someone running her Twitter account.

- Filmmaker Erik Angra noted on Twitter that the planned documentary about Chyna that kicked off last year will still be made. During my interview with Chyna last year, she discussed the documentary and what fans can expect from it.

"Here I am 15 years later trying to show all of these things I'm doing," Chyna told me. "There's an evolution that perhaps the media perception has not been favorable of. I'm going to change that. In changing that, I'm addressing all of these issues now. Find out why I'm not in the Hall of Fame. See what I've been up to for 15 years. Now I'm an executive producer on a documentary, that's a pretty cool thing. I've been teaching corporate English in Tokyo for four years. I've been doing yoga. I'm a vegan. My entire lifestyle, on top of what I've accomplished in the ring. I want to show that stuff. I think it's a compelling story I can tell that a lot of people can relate to."

Below is Angra's tweet:

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