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May 1 2012, Published 3:30 p.m. ET

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By Debbie Emery - RadarOnline.com Reporter

Female wrestler Chyna is used to getting hits to the face in her rough and tumble job but it appears that her latest facial transformation happened in a plastic surgeon’s office not a wrestling ring.

The professional fighter’s face looked horrendously distorted when she attended the Gold Gala benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at the LA Center Studios on Saturday night, with bulging cheeks that made her resemble a victim of the infamous cement injecting fake doctor Oneal Ron Morris.

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While we’re sure Chyna went to a more reputable surgeon, she certainly seems to have gone over the top!

“Chyna’s face looks like a bloated version of itself,” celebrity plastic surgeon, Dr. Anthony Youn, who has not treated the star, said in an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com.

“It appears that a cosmetic surgeon plumped it up beyond recognition, likely with injections of fat or other facial filler. To say it looks overdone is an understatement,” he explained.

The WWF star, whose real name is Joan Laurer, has been open about going under the knife in the past after her breast implants ruptured during a wrestling match.

She took out her botched boobs and got custom implants made, which became the model for the Chyna 2000s, a model of breast implant now marketed to large-framed women and female bodybuilders.

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