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Tammy Sytch has declined to pose naked for Playboy
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Tammy Sytch is a former WWE Diva

Tammy Sytch

A life-long fan, Tammy Sytch did everything she could to learn the art of managing within the world of professional wrestling. One day she got a call that made all of her dreams come true. This ground-breaker began her professional wrestling career in Smokey Mountain Wrestling in 1992.

In the summer of 1995, Sytch debuted in the World Wrestling Federation as Sunny, manager of fellow Bodydonna, Skip. The fabulous female shined brighter than any before her as audiences were captivated by her striking beauty, charisma and confidently energetic persona. As her career expanded, Sunny was a broadcast correspondent, a ring announcer, color commentator, and ambassador during her time with the WWF. There was nothing Sunny couldn't do and she was more than happy to remind people of that whenever she had the opportunity. In 1996, Sunny brought Farooq Asad to the WWF, was the most downloaded woman on America Online, and won two Slammy Awards. (Continued Below)


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After guiding Skip and his brother Zip to the WWF World Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania XII, Sunny left the team behind after they lost to the Godwinns a few months later. Sunny's stay with the Godwinns came to a sudden halt when she helped the Smokin' Gunns win a match to claim the WWF World Tag Team Championship. However, she caused problems between the brothers which ultimately led to losing the belts to Owen Hart and the British Bulldog.

In 1998, she rejuvenated the Legion of Doom and re-christened them L.O.D. 2000 as they won the Tag Team Battle Royal at WrestleMania XIV. She left the World Wrestling Federation in July 1998, but resurfaced in Extreme Championship Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling over the next few years before hitting the independent circuit in 2001.

During the Raw 15th Anniversary the original Diva returned to World Wrestling Entertainment for the first time in nearly a decade, with her theme song I Know You Want Me sending shivers down the spines of male fan across the globe. She will always fondly be recognized as one of the first Divas in WWE history, and many feel the best.

Get To Know Tammy Sytch

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Has Tammy Sytch ever posed nude for Playboy or appeared naked?

Playboy approached Tammy Sytch in 1997 in regards to posing nude for the magazine, but she declined the offer. Sytch stated in an interview that Playboy offered her six figures to pose naked. Rena Mero, with whom Sytch had real-life animosity, later claimed that Playboy never contacted Sytch for a nude pictorial. She did, however, pose nude for Missy Hyatt's adult website Wrestling Vixxxens. She later said that she regretted doing it.

Does Tammy Sytch have an account on Facebook?

Tammy Sytch can be reached on Facebook at www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=803789735.

Does Tammy Sytch have an account on Twitter?

Tammy Sytch can be reached on Twitter at twitter.com/sunnywwe.

Does Tammy Sytch have an account on MySpace?

Tammy Sytch can be reached on MySpace at www.myspace.com/tammysytch.

Tammy Sytch Timeline

  • September 1996: Sunny and Farooq mutually part ways after he loses to Marc Mero in an Intercontinental Championship Match.

  • October 1996: Sunny becomes the co-host of WWF Livewire alongside Todd Pettengill.

  • March 29, 1998: Sunny reforms Legion of Doom as "LOD 2000" at Wrestlemania XIV.

  • July 1998: Sunny is released from her contract with the World Wrestling Federation.

  • August 2, 1998: Tammy Lynn Sytch announces that she is a full-time ECW employee at Heat Wave 1998.

  • August 2, 1999: On an episode of ECW on TNN, Tammy Lynn Sytch openly discusses her past drug issues and reformation.

  • December 1999: Tammy Lynn Sytch, as well as her boyfriend Chris Candido, are released from their ECW contracts.

  • April 16, 2000: Tammy Sytch debuts for World Championship Wrestling at Spring Stampede, helping Chris Candido win the WCW Cruiserweight Championship in a match against The Artist Formerly Known as Prince Iaukea.

  • June 2000: Tammy Sytch is released from her WCW contract amidst rumors of drug abuse.

  • January 2001: Tammy Sytch is hospitalized due to her pancreas giving out. She eventually recovers.

  • July 2001: Alongside Missy Hyatt, Tammy Sytch poses nude for the adult website Wrestling Vixxxens.

  • 2003: Both Tammy Sytch and Chris Candido move to Puerto Rico and live in the country for eight months.

  • January 2004: Tammy Sytch temporarily retires from the wrestling industry in hopes of becoming a flight attendant.

  • May 2004: Tammy Sytch becomes the owner of a tanning salon in New Jersey.

  • April 28, 2005: Chris Candido, Tammy Sytch's boyfriend, dies of a blood clot due to surgery complications.

  • June 10, 2005: Tammy Sytch reportedly flashes her breasts for $800 to a donor of the Chris Candido Scholarship Fund.

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    A WWE Hall of Famer

    Although her wrestling-related appearances are far and few between these days, Sunny is still around.

    Below are new shots of the WWE Hall of Famer, which she posted on social media.


    With her wrestling bookings lessening and limited job options due to her slew of arrests in 2012 and 2013 (not to mention her refusal to leave her "Sunny Days" behind, which she still clings to), the former WWE Diva appears to make ends meet by charging fans money to chat with her through Skype. We'll get into that soon, and it's not pretty...

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