Tammy Lynn Sytch
American wrestler
Tammy Lynn Sytch
Tamara "Tammy" Lynn Sytch is an American professional wrestling manager, personality,and occasional wrestler. She achieved her greatest success under the ring name Sunny within the World Wrestling Federation during the 1990s, and is widely considered as one of the first Divas. She also performed under her own name in Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling and Ring of Honor.
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Former WWE star Tammy Sytch arrested for domestic violence 3 times this week
Cageside Seats - over 4 years
Unfortunately, the odds of drug rehabilitation leading to someone cleaning their act up for good are pretty slim. There's sadly plenty of examples of this within the pro wrestling business, most notably Scott Hall, Jake "The Snake" Roberts and Chyna. You can certainly add former WWE / WCW / ECW / ROH star Tammy Sytch to that all too long list, who has had substance abuse problems off and on dating back to the tail end of her WWF run as Sunny, the manager of LOD 2000, in the spring of 1998. Drugs completely derailed her career, as they caused her to get fired from all three major U.S. promotions in a period of just over two years. Outside of a handful of appearances for ROH and WWE during periods when she had her personal problems under control, she's largely spent the last 12 years working on the independent circuit. Unfortunately, Sytch may now be in her worst shape for close to a decade. Her current boyfriend, independent wrestler Damien Darling, convinced her to e ...
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Extreme Archive: ECW Television Episode 015
Inside Pulse- Wrestling - almost 5 years
As I am such a big ECW fan, and (still) living in the Philadelphia region, maybe some of you are wondering if I am attending the Extreme Reunion event this weekend? Well, I will not be in attendance, and here’s why: As we all know, the real ECW ended it’s run in 2001. In the following years, I was unable to find a wrestling replacement for that federation that I loved so much 1. In those years, I sat there, and wished that I could go back in time, just once, to feel what I used to feel… if only one more time. Well, in 2005 I got that opportunity. I happily dropped $100 to see the first Hardcore Homecoming show with my buddy Michael 2, who had gone to a few ECW events with me. I watched the show. I cheered, laughed, and shouted my ass off. And as all of us in the ECW Arena that night sang “Enter Sandman” during The Sandman’s entrance, I thanked the wrestling gods for letting me step back in time one more time. The card was average at best, but was pure nostalgia, and I loved every min ...
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The Muppets To Host Halloween RAW + Saturn Update - Wrestling Inc.
Google News - over 5 years
In addition to Saturn, the event will also feature Kevin Nash, Diamond Dallas Page, Tommy Dreamer, Terry Funk, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Tammy Sytch, Amy Dumas, Gorgeous George, The Rock 'n' Roll Express, Shane Douglas, Rhino, Finlay and Sonjay Dutt,
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Perry Saturn Returning + Press Release and More Legends - Wrestling News Source
Google News - over 5 years
The event will feature such world-renowned wrestling celebrities as Kevin Nash, “Diamond” Dallas Page, Terry Funk, Tommy Dreamer, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, The Rock-n-Roll Express, David Finlay and Tammy Sytch. More than 30 legendary grapplers will gather
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Awesome Wrestling Entertainment announces first live pay-per-view TV event - Augusta Free Press
Google News - over 5 years
The event will feature such world-renowned wrestling celebrities as Kevin Nash, “Diamond” Dallas Page, Terry Funk, Tommy Dreamer, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, The Rock-n-Roll Express, David Finlay and Tammy Sytch. More than 30 legendary grapplers will gather
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WWE: Kelly Kelly and the 15 Steamiest Moments of Her Career - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
In the original, Paul Heyman-owned ECW, it was customary for the women involved—be it Francine, Beulah, Tammy Sytch or Dawn Marie—to eventually get their comeuppance from the ECW wrestlers after interfering in their matches. On the August 1 edition
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50 More Suck-Tacular Gimmicks in the History of Professional Wrestling - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
Chris Candido and his then-girlfriend Tammy Sytch were a popular pairing within Jim Cornette's Smoky Mountain Wrestling and ECW during the early 1990s. The two arrived in the WWF in 1996, where they became Skip and Sunny of The Body Donnas,
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Photos: Brand New Gallery of HOF'er Sunny Pics Now Online - Wrestlezone
Google News - over 5 years
Long time professional wrestling photojournalist Bob Mulrenin has posted a great gallery of super sexy photos featuring Tammy Sytch aka WWE Hall of Famer Sunny in a hot low cut dress posing with TNA Knockout Angelina Love, Road Warrior
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COLLECTIBLES COLUMN: New trading card project honors Missouri's top ... - Pro Wrestling Torch
Google News - almost 6 years
“As much as I would like to have a Tammy Sytch or Arn Anderson MWR trading card, I would never try to make a card of them without their approval,” he said. “We are not some outfit that scans pictures to try to make a buck on their name
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The Two Sheds Review: Wrestling's Most Controversial Moment - Bleacher Report
Google News - almost 6 years
The likes of JJ Dillon, Road Warrior Animal, Tammy Sytch, Maria Kanellis and the Honkytonk Man come across very well, even though some of them aren't that up on some of the topics covered. Overall, this release is quite disappointing,
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Huge Wrestling Events At 2011 Gathering Of The Juggalos - Wrestlezone
Google News - almost 6 years
The event will feature five wrestling shows with a laundry list of stars appearing, including Terry Funk and Roddy Piper (the main event match), Jerry Lawler, Scott Hall, X-Pac, Chyna, Tammy Sytch, Rhino and many more. Check out the promotional video
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TNA Star Takes Up Smoking To Lose Weight?, & More - Wrestling Inc.
Google News - almost 6 years
-- Tammy Sytch stated on her Facebook account Tuesday that a performer for TNA Wrestling recently took up smoking due to pressure from management to lose weight. She wrote, "A TNA performer started the unhealthy
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tammy Lynn Sytch
  • 2016
    Age 43
    She released an autobiography, A Star Shattered: The Rise & Fall & Rise of Wrestling Diva Tammy “Sunny” Sytch, on February 4, 2016.
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    In January 2016, Sytch pleaded guilty to driving while under suspension-DUI related charges stemming from three separate arrests in May and June 2015.
    More Details Hide Details A judge sentenced her to 90 days in jail on August 18, but counted her 97 days in rehab as jail credit. On September 23, Sytch was arrested for violating her parole.
    In 2016, Vivid Entertainment released a pornographic film featuring Sytch titled Sunny Side Up: In Through the Backdoor.
    More Details Hide Details Sytch attended the same high school as her long-time boyfriend, Chris Candido, who would later introduce her to the professional wrestling industry. Sytch regularly managed Candido throughout his career and remained with him until his death in 2005.
  • 2013
    Age 40
    Sytch served 114 days in jail and was released in May 2013.
    More Details Hide Details While in jail, Sytch said that she was diagnosed with cervical cancer but underwent a hysterectomy and was later diagnosed as cancer free.
    She was arrested a sixth time in January 2013, also for violating a protective order.
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  • 2012
    Age 39
    In 2012, Sytch was arrested five times in a four-week span, for disorderly conduct, third degree burglary, and three counts of violating a protective order.
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    Sytch made an appearance at Dynamite Championship Wrestling's 9 Year Anniversary Event in February 2012.
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  • 2011
    Age 38
    Sytch was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by the entire roster of WWE Divas on April 2, 2011.
    More Details Hide Details In 1997, Playboy approached Sytch in regards to posing nude for the magazine, but she declined the offer. According to Sytch, Playboy offered her six figures to pose for them. Rena "Sable" Mero, with whom Sytch had real-life animosity, later said that Playboy never contacted Sytch for a possible photo shoot. She did, however, frequently pose nude for Missy Hyatt's adult website Wrestling Vixxxens, which she later said she regretted.
  • 2009
    Age 36
    Sytch, as Sunny, participated at WrestleMania XXV on April 5, 2009 in the 25-Diva battle royal for the crown of "Miss WrestleMania" but was Eliminated by Beth Phoenix.
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  • 2008
    Age 35
    Sytch made a few more appearances for ROH in 2008, where she repeatedly offered her services to Austin Aries but was turned down.
    More Details Hide Details On the April 12 ROH show, Larry Sweeney announced that he had opened a "Diva School" and invited Sytch to be the trainer, an offer she said she would consider.
  • 2007
    Age 34
    Sytch made an appearance at a Ring of Honor show on December 29, 2007 held at New York City, seated at ringside during a non-title three-way match where Daizee Haze defeated fellow ROH regulars Lacey, and then-Shimmer Champion Sara Del Rey.
    More Details Hide Details Upon the conclusion of the match, Lacey verbally assaulted Sytch and accused her of denigrating women's roles in professional wrestling, which supposedly resulted in women's wrestlers not being taken seriously in the industry. She also threatened to assault Sytch, but Haze made the save on Sytch's behalf.
    On December 22, 2007, Sytch won her first championship, the WSU Championship, after defeating the champion Alicia at a Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU) show in Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey.
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  • 2006
    Age 33
    On December 1, 2006, Sytch was appointed the new commissioner of NWA Shockwave.
    More Details Hide Details Immediately following this announcement, Sytch declared all Shockwave championship titles vacant and informed fans that new Heavyweight and Internet Champions would be crowned on January 13.
    In spite of the prior ruling, Sytch returned to NWA Shockwave (formerly NWA Cyberspace) in 2006 as a featured headliner.
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    She appeared on a handful the promotion's shows in the summer, and on June 3, 2006, she managed Lex Luger to victory over Johnny Candido.
    More Details Hide Details Prior to the bout, a presentation was held from The Manasquan Elks Lodge to the Chris Candido Memorial Fund. The Elks Lodge donated $500 to the fund, with the money being used towards a scholarship for a Manasquan High School student.
  • 2005
    Age 32
    Also, Sytch was a part of Hardcore Homecoming on June 10, 2005.
    More Details Hide Details She first came out with Johnny Grunge and Pitbull #1 to do a tribute to former ECW wrestlers who had recently died. Among those honored were Candido, Pitbull #2, and Rocco Rock. They were interrupted by Danny Doring and Roadkill, but 911 cleared them out of the ring. During this time period, Sytch appeared at the New Jersey-based NWA Cyberspace promotion. Soon after Sytch's departure from NWA Cyberspace, the New Jersey-based National Wrestling Superstars (NWS) became her new primary wrestling promotion.
    After the death of Candido, Sytch became regularly involved in the independent circuit again. Sytch made appearances as a referee for NWS Wrestling in May 2005 and attended a Chris Candido Memorial show on June 4, 2005.
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  • 2003
    Age 30
    In the spring of 2003, Sytch and Candido moved to Puerto Rico and were set to work for Victor Quinones' International Wrestling Association promotion.
    More Details Hide Details Sabu convinced them to work for Carlos Colón's rival World Wrestling Council promotion instead. After six months, the couple quit the promotion and headed back to the States. Upon their return to the States, both Sytch and Candido briefly lived with former ECW wrestler Hack Myers in his home in Florida.
  • 2000
    Age 27
    After appearing in Xtreme Pro Wrestling (XPW) in early 2000, both Sytch and Candido signed on with World Championship Wrestling (WCW).
    More Details Hide Details Candido debuted in March of that year and Sytch debuted one month later at Spring Stampede, helping him win the WCW Cruiserweight Championship in a match against The Artist Formerly Known as Prince Iaukea. She then feuded with Iaukea's valet Paisley. The short-lived feud came to a conclusion at Slamboree when The Artist and Paisley stripped Tammy's dress off to reveal her undergarments following Candido's singles victory over Iaukea. Sytch and Candido then briefly feuded with Crowbar and Daffney. Candido later dropped the title, which marked the end of the couple's run with the company. As in the past, Sytch's departure was surrounded by rumors of drug abuse. After being released from WCW, the duo landed in Xtreme Pro Wrestling where she managed Candido to a title (the XPW World Heavyweight Title) once again. Candido and Sytch parted ways with XPW and started touring other independent wrestling promotions.
  • 1999
    Age 26
    Candido and Sytch left the promotion in December 1999.
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    After a brief tour of Australia, she returned in October 1999 on an episode of ECW on TNN, where she talked openly about her past drug issues and reformation.
    More Details Hide Details After a brief feud with Dawn Marie, there were rumors that Sytch had been found passed out in a locker room.
  • 1998
    Age 25
    After being released by the WWF in July 1998, Sytch joined Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW).
    More Details Hide Details She made her debut at Heat Wave four days after her WWF release. Now billed as Tammy Lynn Sytch, she assisted Candido in his win over Lance Storm and their subsequent feud. By September, Storm introduced his own valet, a parody of Sytch, "Tammy Lynn Bytch", (later known as Dawn Marie). Later that year, amid more rumors of drug use, Sytch and Candido took some time off of television. When the duo returned, Candido re-aligned with Shane Douglas' Triple Threat, and Sytch began a feud with Douglas's manager Francine. The feud was cut short when Sytch was arrested after violating a restraining order filed by her mother.
    Sunny would continue to manage them until she was released in July 1998 amid rumors of backstage problems with Rena "Sable" Mero and an addiction to painkillers, as well as no-showing several appearances.
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  • 1997
    Age 24
    Sytch had a nine-month relationship with Shawn Michaels. In 1997, Michaels accused Sytch and Bret Hart of having an affair, which Hart denied.
    More Details Hide Details The accusation began causing marital problems for Hart, which led to a backstage confrontation with Michaels. Sytch was friends with Hart and would entertain his children whenever they followed him on tour. Sytch walked out of Raw the night after the Montreal Screwjob, the incident in which WWF owner Vince McMahon cost Hart the WWF Championship. Sytch was rushed to the hospital in 2001 after her appendix burst, which required time off from wrestling to heal. By 2007, she was once again in school, studying Medical Technology.
    In August 1997, she appeared at ECW's Hardcore Heaven 1997 pay-per-view. In 1998, Sunny became a face and briefly became the manager for the Legion of Doom 2000, leading them to a win in a Tag Team Championship number one contender battle royal at WrestleMania XIV.
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  • 1996
    Age 23
    In 1996, she won Pro Wrestling Illustrateds Manager of the Year Award.
    More Details Hide Details She was also AOL's most downloaded woman of that year. Weeks later, The Godwinns regained the championship, and Sunny turned on The Bodydonnas in favor of the new champions. She then turned on The Godwinns and helped The Smoking Gunns win the Tag Team Championship. After The Smokin' Gunns lost the title at In Your House 10: Mind Games, she fired them in the middle of the ring. She spent a short time as the manager of Faarooq Asaad, aiding him in his feud over the Intercontinental Championship with Marc Mero and his valet Sable. Sytch then began acting as host for several WWF television shows, including LiveWire and Shotgun Saturday Night. In addition, she appeared on MTV's Singled Out and Entertainment Tonight. Meanwhile, Candido left the WWF for Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), and it was not long before she began making guest appearances with him in the promotion.
  • 1994
    Age 21
    In late 1994, Sytch was contacted by the WWF, and she began appearing as Tamara Murphy, a commentator for "Live Event News" segments during syndicated WWF television shows.
    More Details Hide Details One month later, Candido joined the WWF, and the duo began appearing as Sunny and Skip, known collectively as the villainous fitness fanatics, The Bodydonnas. Zip later joined the team, and Sunny was in their corner when they won the Tag Team Championship over The Godwinns at WrestleMania XII.
    By May 1994, she was managing the two men as a tag team, which won the Tag Team Championship from The Rock 'n' Roll Express.
    More Details Hide Details Both Sytch and Candido, however, left the promotion in early 1995 for jobs with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
  • 1993
    Age 20
    She first appeared onscreen as Tammy Fytch in 1993.
    More Details Hide Details She played a villain, who idolized Hillary Clinton. In her first storyline with the company, she threatened to file a sexual discrimination lawsuit due to the lack of prominent positions offered to females. She managed Brian Lee to the Heavyweight Championship and also began accompanying Candido in his matches.
    Sytch grew up in a strict family with a father who was retired from the United States Navy. Upon entering Smoky Mountain Wrestling in 1993, her fictional "in-character" storyline presented her as having come from studying pre-law at Wellesley College in Massachusetts.
    More Details Hide Details She then switched to pre-med at the University of Tennessee, with the ambition to be a plastic or orthopedic surgeon. During her first year of college, she worked as a freelance photographer. Sytch started out traveling with her boyfriend Chris Candido to make some extra money. In late-1992, she signed a six-month deal with Smoky Mountain Wrestling.
  • 1972
    Born on December 7, 1972.
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