Sunday, August 31, 2008

Tammy Lynn Sytch / Sunny, part 2

ECW, female wrestlers, female wrestling, fighting

Once she was released from the WWF, Tammy officially made the announcement at Heat Wave '98 that she was now a full-time ECW employee. Now billed as Tammy Lynn Sytch, she aided Chris Candido in his win over Lance Storm. As their feud moved forward, Storm introduced his own valet "Tammy Lynn Bytch". The quartet had several mixed tag team matches against each other. Candido being a member of the Triple Threat stable (where Shane Douglas was being managed by Francine) eventually led to a Francine/Sytch feud that caused the group to break up. In October 1999 on an episode of ECW on TNN, Paul Heyman got Sytch to talk openly about her past drug issues and reformation. Candido and Sytch left the promotion in December 1999.

In between a brief stop for Xtreme Pro Wrestling in early 2000, Tammy and Candido signed on with WCW. Candido debuted in March of that year, joining the New Blood, and Sytch debuted one month later. She debuted in WCW at Spring Stampede in 2000; she distracted The Artist Formerly Known as Prince Iaukea, while dressed in a chicken suit, during a six-way bout for the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Championship, enabling Candido to win. She then feuded with Iaukea's valet Paisley, with the two having several catfights. 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 dubbed themselves "the first couple of wrestling" and briefly feuded with Crowbar and Daffney. Candido dropped the belt when Daffney pinned Sytch in a Mixed Tag Team match with the person scoring the fall winning the title. Candido and Tammy were then released from WCW.

WWE Hall of Famer Sunny

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