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Sunny days, wintry nights
The thrills and spills of Tammy Lynn Sytch

By MIKE ALTAMURA -- For SLAM! Wrestling



Sunny in 1997
-- Ken Kerr, Toronto Sun files
BIO BOX
Real Name: Tammy Lynn Sytch
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 120 lb
Hometown: Brigantine, NJ
Has Worked For Such federations as: SMW, WWA, NWA, USWA, WCW, ECW, NCW, WWF and Michinoku Pro
Did you know?: Sytch is a major fan of rock greats, 'Kiss'.

PREVIOUS STORIES Nov. 7, 1997: Sunny shines in role of 'golden-haired fox'
Nov. 7, 1997: Sunny has brains over brawn
"What Sunny wants, Sunny gets." One of the classic one-liners in wrestling history. Whether it's been in real-life or in the pseudo alleys of professional wrestling, Tammy Lynn Sytch for a copious amount of time appeared to be getting exactly what she wanted. But, as the old saying goes, 'life can change in an instant'. Myriads of woes have ostensibly been bestowed upon this 28-year-old beauty throughout the evolution of her wrestling career and have worked as a defining factor in causing her wrestling career often to be in limbo. But, like in all cases, there's more to this mesmerizing blonde than meets the eye...

Born Tamara Lynn Sytch (TLS) in Ft. Monmouth, New Jersey, Sytch grew up with a deep love for animals and infants and devotedly played the piano for 12 years. Raised in a 'strict' family atmosphere, Sytch went to the same high school as long-time partner Chris Candido, and subsequently was an undergraduate at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she majored in pre-law. Our bubbly TLS would later move on to the University of Tennessee, where she'd study pre-med in the hope of one day becoming a Paediatrician. Throughout her span in College, Sytch also worked as a freelance photographer and essentially remained supportive of Candido's wrestling adventure. All of Sytch's aspirations and desires would forever take a different path though, when in late '92, Sytch signed to a six-month deal with Jim Cornette's now defunct Tennessee-based fed, Smoky Mountain Wrestling (SMW). And so TLS embarked on a journey, she didn't know where she was heading, all she knew was that she was on her way...

After being shown some of the ins and outs of the sport by Jim Cornette, as well as Candido (who was an SMW regular), Sytch finally entered the wrestling battlefields in early '93, under the moniker of 'Tammy Fytch'. A pretentious, ominous and sinister character, Fytch was a diehard advocate of the first lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and was to display much of the ringside chemistry which would subsequently dazzle the majority of wrestling insiders. TLS's first major angle evolved following her debut at an SMW show, where Fytch claimed that SMW did not have any women in prominent positions within the company and so she threatened to file a sexual discrimination suit. The angle worked. Within weeks 'Tammy Fytch' became a figure of hate in SMW.

Now that Sytch was prospering in her role, she needed a man to manage, although offers made to both Tracey Smothers and Brian Lee were knocked back. This made for some further hilarity in the allegations presented by 'Tammy Fytch'. The 'conspiracy' cry by Fytch was well received by fans, and at the same time as comical as Chris Jericho's conspiracy tantrums in WCW a couple years back. Eventually, the 'divinely decadent' Fytch was set-up to manage Brian Lee, who after turning his back on ally Tracey Smothers, acquired Fytch as his manager. On July 17, just days after Lee and Fytch started the partnership, Lee received a major push when he relieved Tracey Smothers of the SMW heavyweight gold, due to a little hand from the conniving Fytch, who tossed him a loaded coal miner's glove. This alone propelled 'Tammy Fytch' towards unprecedented levels of heat. As the feud between Lee and Smothers heated up, TLS expanded her horizons by accompanying Candido to ringside whenever possible. On October 30, at 'Bensalem Bash' '93, Fytch increased her notoriety with one squirt of hairspray in Sabu's eyes, which helped Candido to get the pin in a thrilling match.

In a bid to keep the Lee/Fytch connection smoking, the two were written into an angle with veteran 'Dirty White Boy' Tony Anthony. It started in the fall of '93, when Lee and Fytch kidnapped Anthony's elderly manager, Ron Wright. What started off as a feud between Anthony and Lee would subsequently lead to Anthony's manager, 'The Dirty White Girl', Kimberly, and even Tammy herself becoming immensely involved in the feud, which would effectively produce some eye-sparkling mixed matches. The proceeding months would see some hard times for TLS. Fytch appeared to be losing much of the ground she'd developed prior to the feud, and with Lee having dropped the SMW title to Anthony on February 13th, he too was sliding towards a path of modesty. In an endearing move, SMW officials were able to foresee the growing problems and added Candido to Fytch's stable.

April 1994 saw Fytch chased under the ring and stripped by Kimberly, after she'd interfered in a 'Back Alley Brawl' comprising of none other than Anthony and Lee. Candido came to the rescue of Fytch this time, by wrapping a blanket around her body. Having possessed such a great work ethic with both men (Candido and Lee), Fytch was soon to manage a lethal tag-team duo consisting of the two. May 1994 saw the team, and in turn Sytch, get a major promotion in the company when they unseated the tag straps from the legendary Rock N' Roll Express. However, over time the duo began to fizzle out, so in a desperate attempt to rekindle the firepower they once had, Lee and Candido dropped the titles back to the Rock N' Roll Express in August and consequently split as a team after Fytch blew her fuse and fired Lee. The hotheaded prodigy was now in a position where she performed best, alongside Mr. Candido. Although, almost as quick as you could say snap, TLS and Candido were lured into one of those ridiculous angles involving Candido's so-called childhood friend, the twisted Boo Bradley. The main thing for Sytch though was that the WWF had already taken a deep liking towards her... she just needed to somehow keep glowing.

November 19 spelled a major break for both Sytch and Candido alike. On that night Candido claimed the vacant NWA world title in a sterling encounter against Tracey Smothers, thanks to a little interference from Fytch. In a stunning exhibition, TLS used this showing, together with her many other credible performances to finally land that big break with the WWF.



Sunny as the Ottawa Sun Sunshine Girl in 1997
-- Fred Sherwin, Ottawa Sun files
Sytch arrived in 'Vinceville' in late '94, donning the name Tamara Murphy Fytch. Her initial role was to be a commentator at the WWF's 'Live Events News Desk', although that position was almost over as quick as it began. Within a month of her stay in the WWF, Chris Candido had been brought into the federation and immediately with TLS formed 'The Bodydonnas', one of the more captivating gimmicks to be ushered into the WWF at the time. TLS acquired the now infamous title, Sunny, whilst Candido would become known as Skip. The opening appearances of the Bodydonnas were brilliant; the smug duo drew some serious crowd heat during their routine of mocking 'out of shape people' and presenting themselves as perfect.

The Sunny persona offered not only the arrogance and desire of 'Tammy Fytch', but also a further sense of wit and intelligence. TLS was quick to impress WWF officials with her composure, mike work and sense of being an 'involved' worker, even though none of this looked to be taken into consideration when Skip would be drawn into a nothing feud with 'The Winner' (cough, cough), Barry Horowitz. Candido would lie down for Horowitz on numerous occasions, most notably at SummerSlam '95. Nonetheless, Sytch constantly made the best of a bad situation, shining whenever present at ringside and mixing her wit and glamor effectively. On September 8, Skip would ultimately come out victorious against Horowitz, after Sunny interfered. The next few months would be taxing times wrestling's hottest couple. Despite being widely loathed and in demand, The Bodydonnas were unjustly repressed in the WWF -- their claim to fame this time being Skip's never-ending jobbing to Hakushi. Candido would receive a deserved push at 'Survivor Series' '95 when he teamed with Rad Radford, Tom Pritchard and The Kid to defeat Hakushi, Bob Holly, Marty Jannetty and Barry Horowitz. Shortly after 'Survivor Series', Sytch's prayer for more limelight was answered when Tom Pritchard would become Bodydonna Zip, thereafter becoming Skip's tag partner. As The Bodydonnas got over with wins against the likes of The Godwinns, The Bushwhackers and Aldo Montoya & The Kid, Sytch inevitably skyrocketed to superstardom. Not only was she now a major WWF figure, but moreover she was increasingly becoming popular among young men across the globe. With Sunny becoming hastily in demand, The Bodydonnas would grow in stature and namesake. In January '96, at 'Royal Rumble', The Skip and Zip connection were given a chance to show their stuff in a live PPV bout against The Smoking Gunns. Although defeated, all three Bodydonnas put in a smashing performance.



Sunny on the cover of WWF Raw magazine.
By late January, Sytch's role in the WWF would expand. She was soon to be a guest host on various WWF programmes and essentially the pin-up girl for the federation, which was struggling at the time. In essence, she was the best thing going in wrestling and the WWF were keen to let people know. Sunny elegantly covered the March '96 WWF magazine, which sold out in a flash (looking at the cover here, I know why!), and online chat opportunities to speak with the 'golden haired fox' attracted people from here, there and everywhere. On March 30, 1996, Sunny was once again thrown into the spotlight, when at the WWF's 'Slammy Awards' she was presented awards for 'best buns' and 'manager of the year'. The very next day at the prestigious 'Wrestlemania 12', Sunny would put in an Oscar-winning performance in guiding The Bodydonnas to victory over The Godwinns to capture the vacant WWF tag titles. Seeing her men in trouble, Sunny would flash her award-winning buns at Phineas Godwinn, mind-boggling the hillbilly just long enough to allow Skip to roll him up. Following the victory, Sunny would infamously quote, "what Sunny wants, Sunny gets." The quotation would highlight what was to come -- an amusing angle involving Phineas Godwinn and the mind-control the wrestling starlet held over the future 'Mideon'.

The intelligence of Sunny was vastly outlined just weeks after Wrestlemania, when The Bodydonnas shockingly dropped their tag straps to The Godwinns. Having conned Phineas Godwinn into signing a contract prior to the encounter, Sunny used her wits to leave the arena once again with the gold. It was goodbye 'Bodydonna' Sunny and hello 'irresistible' Sunny. To everyone's surprise, she was now the co-manager of the 'Hillbilly Boys'. This triggered a sparkling love-hate affair between Sunny and the renewed WWF fan base. Yes, we knew we couldn't trust her, but once we got away from her, she pulled us back in.

At the 'In Your House: Beware Of Dog' PPV on May 26, Sunny would yet again use her irresistible charm to her advantage. This time she'd double-cross The Godwinns by fervently kissing Billy Gunn right in front of a shattered Phineas, permitting The Smoking Gunns to secure WWF gold. Predictably, Sunny would jump ship to The Smoking Gunns, making her the first manager in history to accompany three consecutive WWF tag champs. And yet, we loved her despite her gold-digging ways. Finally, on a version of 'Superstars', Phineas Godwinn got fed up with Sunny playing him like a Nintendo game and spurred on by his hillbilly counterparts, slopped her. This was to be the end of Phineas' entertaining infatuation with 'The Golden Haired Fox'. The question now had to be asked, 'would Sunny stay loyal to The Gunns, or was she just there for the ride?' The answer would be revealed at the WWF's PPV, 'In Your House: Mind Games' on September 22nd. After The Gunns dropped their straps to the team of Davey Boy Smith & the late Owen Hart, Sunny went berserk and fired them in centre ring. Having not jumped sides to the new tag champs, people were intrigued as to what the WWF had in store for Ms. Sytch.

Next on the agenda was Sunny's hunt for a singles wrestling commodity. Having been rejected by both Ahmed Johnson and Shawn Michaels, Sunny would be partnered with fearsome WWF newcomer Faarooq... once again making her a 'heel' although manifestations outside the wrestling world contradicted that. By late '96, the name Sunny was on everyone's lips. Appearing on various TV shows nationwide and continuously growing in stature, Sytch was amazingly the most downloaded person worldwide -- being the first to reach a staggering feat of half a million downloads! Even today, her images remain hot property on the 'Net.

The WWF would give Faarooq a major 'push' within days of his stay in the federation; getting him 'over' after he supposedly injured Ahmed Johnson so severely that the ex-footballer had to vacate his IC title. This would lay down the foundations for a feud between Faarooq and to an extent, Sunny, with the 'Wildman' Marc Mero and Sytch's real-life archrival, Sable. (Sable, a.k.a. Rena Mero, is suspected to be one of the real reasons for Sytch's departure from the WWF.) The feud would, well at least on-screen, come to an end when Faarooq lay down for Mero, handing him the vacant WWF IC title. Soon after, Sunny would terminate the short partnership with Faarooq. Having worked as a full-time manager for almost two years, Sytch was to take an emphatically different role in the federation in 1997.

After being inked through till October 2001, earning what was reported to be a mid-six figure sum, TLS started '97 as a co-host of 'WWF Livewire' and 'Shotgun Saturday Night', as well as appearing on an endless amount of TV shows, most notably 'Singled Out' and the long-running 'Entertainment Tonight'. The coming months would see Sunny do never-ending odds and ends in the WWF; one week she was guest timekeeper, the next guest ring announcer, two minutes later she was refereeing a midget's match. Could Sunny have been losing her edge? Especially since many argue that 1997 was the year Sable exploded and Sunny plummeted. The latter is not the case though. TLS was still advocated and adored as much as she'd ever been, although as she once summed up so luminously, she was being 'misused'. The WWF gave the impression that they just didn't know what to do with the dazzling blonde. Nevertheless, 1997 was the year Sytch exploded as a role model for young teens -- no longer was her on-screen character pretentious and bombast and plus she said she turned down a hefty offer to pose for 'Playboy' magazine. Her merchandise would sizzle, ranging from mugs, to pillows, to her very own video, 'What Sunny Wants, Sunny Gets'.

On August 17, Sytch would make a surprise appearance at ECW's PPV, 'Hardcore Heaven '97', where fiance Candido was essentially working after parting ways with the WWF. Having come to the aid of Jerry Lawler, Sunny was drawn into a heated catfight with Beulah, an installment of what was to come in the long run.

Fans would grow in admiration of Sytch following her protest at RAW the night after the infamous 'Survivor Series '97' incident. Throughout their times together in the WWF, TLS and Bret Hart developed a strong bond and her walk-out after Bret was allegedly 'screwed' manifested her willpower and integrity to the wrestling world.

1998 started out very much like the preceding year... with Sytch filling in whatever segments were presented to her, although growing tensions backstage, predominantly in regards to Sable, were becoming more and more apparent to wrestling insiders. Backstage at a February 'Raw' taping, Luna purportedly struck Sytch with a blow after she tried to intervene in an argument involving Luna and Sable. Some of the WWF's talent, such as Chyna and Triple H were quick to make TLS look like a crybaby of some sort, labelling her as being self-centred and 'jealous' on TSN's 'Off The Record'. Rumors that Sytch was having major problems took light when in late March she no-showed several fan conventions, however, those discussions mellowed down when Sunny would make a sparkling return to managing at 'Wrestlemania 14', when she led the rejuvenated Legion Of Doom 2000 to victory in the tag team battle royal. LOD would soon lose their momentum though, and the presence of Sunny at ringside sometimes seemed to be almost non-existent. As that happened, tensions backstage became practically unbearable for the 'Golden Haired Fox'. Adding to the uneasiness were Sytch's alleged no-showings of many public appearances and flaring rumours that she'd become addicted to prescription drugs. All the building tensions combined to see Sytch's 'Sunny days' disintegrated when the WWF released her in July 1998.

Where would the former Sunny go from here? Despite ending on a sad note, her run with the WWF had virtually been a dream, now it was time to get EXTREME.

Just days after being released from the WWF, Sytch returned to her real name and shocked the wrestling world on August 4th when she made her official ECW debut at 'Heatwave '98'. The event spelled the first time Sytch had spoken out about her release from the WWF. From what could be gathered, things looked to be on the rise for her. She was now in a position where she could spend quality time working at ringside with Candido, who'd developed into one of the real faces of ECW. Yes, it was on a lower scale than the WWF, but Sytch was still as fantastic and effective as ever and had much more creative control in ECW.

TLS instantly had a deep impact in ECW, making herself a factor in Candido's feud with Lance Storm, henceforth presenting her first major angle in ECW. Things heated up for TLS when Storm recruited his very own valet, Tammy Lynn Bytch (later to be known as Dawn Marie) in September. Used to both combat and mock TLS, Bytch raised the electricity in the feud and elicited a memorable feud between each of the counterparts; consequently leading to some 'special' mixed matches. In one of the more glowing performances by TLS, she perfectly hip-tossed Bytch by her hair across the ring, stripped her to her bra and panties, and even got the pinfall victory over Storm after Candido had done the damage. Wrestling's favourite couple were on top of the world, but unfortunately they wouldn't be there for long.

The rumour mill in the latter portion of '98 would come back to yet again plague them. There was talk of them wishing to leave ECW and join WCW, talk of them being 'hard to work with' and moreover, rumours spread quicker than a paparazzi can take a photo that they had become serious drug addicts. With mounting pressure on their shoulders, Sytch and Candido took some time off to let things boil over. Unfortunately, that choice worked heavily against them. 1999 would commence with a bang for Ms. Sytch. She worked assiduously to get her catfights over with Francine (Shane Douglas' manager at the time), whilst the men they managed did their thing in the ring. What was materializing into a captivating feud was cut short when on February 2nd; Sytch reportedly was arrested for violating a restraining order her mother had placed against her. Sytch followed up by doing what was best for her -- taking a short break so that she could get all her personal woes sorted out. In the coming months, ECW appearances for Sytch and Candido were few and far between. The only real showing of note was on May 16 at the 'Hardcore Heaven' PPV where Candido tapped out to Taz's 'tazmission' in under a minute. Rumours would continue to circulate that Sytch was to sign with WCW.



Chris Candido and Tammy Lynn Sytch after Candido won the WCW Cruiserweight title at WCW's Spring Stampede in April 2000.
In perhaps an attempt to get away from some nasty and unfair press in the United States, Sytch, alongside Candido, headed down under to tour with the Australasian Wrestling Federation in late August. Despite nursing a heavily strapped ankle for the majority of the tour (some reports have stated that it was broken), Sytch still dazzled Australian fans with her ringside savvy and match influence. But, as history presents, that was just one of the very few injuries TLS has suffered during her wrestling tenure. Other injuries have ranged from a broken nose, a shattered hand and a one-inch scar across her forehead.

Sytch made her long-awaited return to ECW on an October 8 edition of 'ECW On TNN'. In an emotional interview, Sytch drew all the inner strength and willpower she had to speak candidly about her drug and alcohol addictions, the pain brought upon her by the death of her father and niece, her problems in the WWF, and the liberty she felt once the WWF released her. Some key quotes from the interview were: "there were some nights that I was hoping I wouldn't wake up the next morning" and also "I'm going to set the standards by which every girl in the business is judged." Some people tried to question Tammy's integrity and state that it was all a work. The proceeding week on 'ECW On TNN', Sytch appeared to be back to her best, reigniting a feud with the former Tammy Lynn Bytch, Dawn Marie. Predictably, the angle involved both Candido and Storm, who worked an awesome match on the show. After some impressive house show showings, Sytch put in another sound performance on the October 22nd 'ECW On TNN' telecast. TLS was double-teamed and embarrassed by Miss Congeniality (now Lita) and Dawn Marie on the show, following a contest between Candido and Nova. Sytch had figuratively gained a lot of ground, or at least that was until October 23rd, following an ECW arena show, when Sytch passed out in the locker room around 1 a.m. Multitudes of reports have come and gone about the actions undertaken by Sytch on that night, but all there's to take note of is that when the mandatory drug tests came back, they were negative. Still though, the controversy this caused hindered the development of Sytch in ECW.

The October 31 'ECW On TNN' tapings in Dayton, Ohio would see an ECW rarity involving Tammy. That occasion would see Sytch and Dawn Marie join forces for the first time ever, when they zealously combined to spank Francine. However, ECW failed to capitalize on the newfound connection of Sytch and Dawn when they matched Candido against Sabu at ECW's PPV extravaganza, 'November To Remember'. Candido and Sabu put on a memorable match, although Sytch failed to be a major presence in the match-up. The next month or so proved to be as testing time for the former Sunny. Several problems between Sytch and Candido with ECW management quintessentially led to Paul Heyman deciding to release the 'Blonde Bombshells' from the company.

So where was the blonde beauty to go from here: she'd felt the attitude of the WWF, taken on the extremity of ECW, now all there was left was to go 'play with the big boys'.

Talks of Sytch joining WCW reopened in early 2000, though for a certain period it looked extremely doubtful that she would get an opportunity to 'play with the big boys'. One minute they were interested, the next they'd cut off all ties with Sytch. Most of the confusion was caused by Sytch and Candido not having direct proof that ECW released them. Nevertheless, in a tumultuous wait, Sytch would keep busy by working various Indy shows and memorial cards. Two striking performances in the controversial XPW in January demonstrated that Sytch still had it, reinforcing her as a valuable asset.

Candido would finally make his WCW debut on a March 20 edition of 'Nitro', under the gimmick of 'Hard Knox' Chris Candido, but surprisingly, Tammy was not present. The following few weeks would see Candido pushed towards the Cruiserweight title, whilst Sytch organized the contents of her contract. After a patient wait, TLS made her WCW debut at the April 16 PPV, 'Spring Stampede', Coming to Candido's aid during a six-man Cruiserweight title match and assisting him to a pinfall over The Artist to capture the gold. From there, Sytch and Candido were quickly thrust into a heated feud with The Artist and his valet, Paisley. On April 24th, TLS and "Hard Knox" came out victorious against The Artist and Paisley in a mixed-match on 'Monday Nitro'. The feud would grow even more intense two days later on 'Wednesday Thunder', after Sytch lay down for Paisley in a scrappy battle. WCW's May PPV 'Slamboree' saw Candido retain his title against The Artist again, after Sytch clocked him with a chair. The aftermath of the clash provided WCW fans with extra entertainment when The Artist and Paisley tore Tammy's dress off, undressing her to a sports-bra and shorts. The subsequent few weeks would see the 'Blonde Bombshells' embroiled in a series of matches against Crowbar and his main squeeze, Daffney. What came as a result of these matches still remains ambiguous; Candido was relieved of the title, Daffney turned on Crowbar and somehow was appallingly handed the Cruiserweight title and Sytch seemingly appeared to be lost in the shuffle.

And sadly, that is where the WCW run for Sytch and Candido would end. Whatever problems existed for the couple in WCW were exacerbated when rumours spread that after a June WCW show, Sytch 'passed out', had 'injected herself with nubane', 'left a syringe in the showers' and was under the influence of 'many other illegal narcotics'. Thanks to the internet though, often people's garbage is made out to be fact. All reports of the drug tests undertaken by Sytch following the incident declared that she was negative and even Kimberly Page (whose name was used with false reports on the incident), squashed the bulk of the rumours surrounding the episode.

Nonetheless, regardless of what the full truth surrounding the situation was, Sytch's career nosedived drastically and she has yet to recover.



wrestlingvixxens.com, which features Tammy Lynn Sytch.
Thus far, 2001 has been another year of hardship for the wrestling starlet. Early reports that Sytch and Candido had inked a deal with New Japan Pro Wrestling were later denied, although Candido did indeed sign on with the Japanese wrestling giants. In early February, Sytch came dangerously close to death when she was rushed to hospital after her appendix burst. Sensibly, she took ample time off to recover from the ordeal.

The majority of the year has seen Sytch appear at the occasional Indy show and do endless amounts of autograph signings. There doesn't seem to be the desire there to reach the top again and Sytch's latest career move; opening the adult website 'wrestlingvixxens.com' with close friend Missy Hyatt, whereby nude pictorials of the two, as well as some other wrestling divas can be seen for a price, has many writing-off the glitzy glamor queen as a 'has-been'.

But, don't be so quick to jump on that bandwagon. Sytch is still young. She's more seasoned and as effective at ringside as any other diva out there. She's seen the ins and outs of the game, been dealt with its harsh realities and its lowly lows. And most importantly, in spite of of what anyone says, Sytch still has the fan base to lead her to news heights. Of course, only time will tell.

Mike "Kryptonite" Altamura is a freelance writer currently living in Australia. He can be contacted via email at icemanalt@aol.com.

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  • Nov. 7, 1997: Sunny has brains over brawn


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