Well now all they need is to get hold of one of her relatives to stand in a line while they induct her next year.
Still though.... someone not wanting to show up to a Convention even though they mailed her tickets isn't quite the same thing as not being able to attend Wrestlemania and the Hall of Fame induction.
My point is, you can't trust someone who is an active abuser of drugs to not make a fool out of you.
Considering her role in one of the best era's of the WWE though do you think they should have done more to reach out to help her? Surely it would have been mutually benifical to help her get back to the point where she could have been an on screen mentor for some of the Womens division now that they are trying to move away from the Diva era and back to Womens wrestling.
Just a very sad end to her career really imo, I get what you mean though, she did make some bad choices but still I think that the WWE could have done a little bit more to help her out or to have saved her having to make those choices. (you rarely get into adult entertainment if you are well off... unless you're Ron Jeremy but he just loves sex)