WWE legend Sunny has addressed her future plans after being released from prison last week. The Hall of Famer — whose real name is Tammy Lynn Sytch — was arrested last year on charges of eluding a police officer, violating a domestic violence restraining order and operating a vehicle during a second license suspension. She was released on June 9 after being jailed in July , and now the year-old star has weighed in on her sentence and plans for the future. I am healthy and happy and feel great.
Tammy Lynn Sytch
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Better known as WWF diva Sunny, 90s pro wrestling favourite Tammy Lynn Sytch has gone from being named 'most downloaded woman' on the internet to serving time behind bars, starring in adult films and launching her own saucy subscription service. Better known as Sunny, her good looks, sex appeal and dazzling displays in the ring made her an instant hit with professional wrestling's - mainly male - audience. Despite leaving the federation three years later to join Extreme Championship Wrestling, she was inducted in to its Hall of Fame in She has worked as a porn star, repeatedly been on the wrong side of the law and has been making a living selling raunchy photos on adult website OnlyFans. She was also accused of racism during a row with a Twitter follower. Sunny replied: "I'm not racist. Just because I'm not physically or sexually attracted to black people doesn't make me racist.
WWE star Sunny's life after wrestling - adult films, jail and £200k from OnlyFans pics
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Tamara Lynn Sytch born December 7, , widely known by her ring name Sunny , is an American professional wrestling manager , valet , adult entertainer , and former ring announcer. Sytch grew up in a strict family  with a father retired from the United States Navy. Sytch started out traveling with her boyfriend Chris Candido to make some extra money. She first appeared onscreen as Tammy Fytch in