Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Tammy Lynn Sytch / Sunny, part 3

ECW, female wrestlers, female wrestling, fighting

After being released from WCW, the Tammy and Chris landed in Xtreme Pro Wrestling where she managed Candido to the XPW World Heavyweight Wrestling Title. Candido and Sytch parted ways with XPW and started touring other indy wrestling promotions. Meanwhile, Sytch formed a business relationship with Missy Hyatt, and the two created the website Wrestling Vixxxens in July 2001. Along with a few other women loosely affiliated with wrestling at the time, they posed for the website and charged people to view the pictures. In the spring of 2003, Sytch & Candido moved to Puerto Rico and were set to work for Victor Quinones' International Wrestling Association promotion. However, Sabu convinced them to work for Carlos Colon'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.

Tammy Lynn Sytch / Sunny

After the death of Chris Candido, it did not take long for Sytch to become 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. Also, Sytch was a part of Hardcore Homecoming on June 10, 2005. She first came out with Johnny Grunge and Pit Bull #1 to do a tribute to former ECW wrestlers who had recently died. Among those honored were Candido, Pit Bull #2, and Rocco Rock. They were interrupted by Danny Doring and Roadkill, but 911 cleared them out of the ring. 911 then proceeded to pick up Sytch and place her on his shoulder, but 911's knee buckled and they both toppled to the canvas. Sytch proceeded to laugh off the incident.

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