Known by her ring name Sunny, Tammy Sytch is a professional wrestler, manager, ring announcer, and adult entertainer. She achieved tremendous success as Sunny in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) during the 1990s. Some consider her the first WWF Diva.
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Tammy Sytch began her wrestling career in 1992 by traveling with her boyfriend, Chris Candido. In late 1992, she signed a six-month deal with Smoky Mountain Wrestling. She first competed as Tammy Fytch, a heel character. She drew attention to her character by threatening to file a sexual discrimination lawsuit against SMW. Later that year, Sytch managed Brian Lee to the SMW Heavyweight Championship, and she and Candido became a tag team.
Sytch’s family was strict, and she attended the same high school as Candido. She started her wrestling career in Smoky Mountain wrestling, but later switched to the WWE. Sytch also claims to have studied pre-law at Wellesley College in Massachusetts before switching to pre-med at the University of Tennessee. She aspired to be a pediatrician. During her time in college, she also became a freelance photographer.
The WWF was interested in Sytch, and in late 1994, she signed a contract with the company. After she had a few years as a broadcast correspondent, she was reunited with Candido. The two soon became a team known as “The Bodydonnas” (the body shape of the team member, “The Sunny”) and “Ski” (Sunny’s “brother” Zip. The Bodydonnas eventually won the WWF Tag Team Championship over The Godwinns at WrestMania XII.
Tammy Sytch was an American wrestler who was a part of the WCW and ECW rosters. After her debut in the WWF in 1995, Sytch joined the Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) roster in 1997. In March 2000, she appeared at the Spring Stampede pay-per-view with her former WCW colleague Candido. She assisted Candido in winning the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against The Artist. After the World Wrestling Federation released Sytch, she feuded with Candido in ECW and WCW. In 2000, she wrestled in WCW as Sunny and defended the WCW Cruiserweight Championship with Candido. They also briefly feuded with Crowbar and Daffney.
Sytch was briefly a part of WCW after her leave from the WWE due to backstage problems. She was also accused of being addicted to painkillers. The company fired her in 2000 due to drug abuse rumors.
Her legal troubles
The latest news regarding Tammy Sytch’s legal troubles is nothing new. Sytch has pleaded not guilty to threatening to kill her intimate partner, but the police have said that she wasn’t armed. The officer who witnessed the incident says that Sytch appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. According to police records, Sytch has been arrested for drunk driving at least six times. The judge in the case has ordered Sytch to have weekly check-ins and not to possess any weapons.
The charges against Sytch include domestic violence restraining order violations, evading police, DUI offenses, and driving with a suspended license. She has a long history of legal trouble, with multiple arrests in the last decade. She recently completed her prison term at the Monmouth County Correctional Institute in New Jersey. She is facing a hefty fine, and she may face more legal troubles if she continues to refuse to plead guilty to the charges.
Her legal troubles have not stopped her from working in professional wrestling. In December 2007, she appeared at a Ring of Honor show in New York City. Her appearances were a part of the show’s official tribute to the late Chris Candido. Later, she made appearances in ECW and WCW. She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011. While Sytch has enjoyed success as a professional wrestler, she has also had her share of legal troubles. In 2018, she was arrested on fugitive charges and contempt of court.
Her new job as commissioner of NWA Shockwave
The recent announcement of Sytch’s new job as commissioner for the NWA Shockwave was somewhat unexpected. Rumors have swirled about her possible drug addiction. While these rumors have been largely unfounded, they do appear to be related to Sytch’s recent leave from the NWA.
Sytch has been involved in wrestling since the early 1990s. She was a former tag team manager. She was once a part of Shane and Kazarian’s tag team. But the two women eventually fell out, and they feuded. However, in the end, they reunited, and Traci won the title.
Sytch’s new job as commissioner for the NWA Shockwave is a move that will further enhance her popularity in the NWA. The new job also involves the promotion of the NWA Women’s Championship. Sytch, whose father owned the NWA Shockwave, is also an ECW executive. The new NWA Shockwave executive is charged with overseeing the promotion and finding talent for the company.