— Former WWE performer Tammy “Sunny” Sytch is currently working on a book about her time in the wrestling business which she hopes will be out next year.
“It’s going to be a fun book,” Sytch told the Asbury Park Press. “I’m not out to trash anybody or ruin people’s marriages or expose who did what kind of steroid, it’s going to be a fun read. It’s all about all the fun stuff that happens on the road that nobody knows about unless you’re there.”
You can read the article in its entirety here.
Speaking of Sytch, she will be one of the featured performers at Independent Superstars of Professional Wrestling’s ISPWMania event on Saturday at the 3-2 Count Athletic Facility in Freehold, New Jersey.
“She’s one of the biggest female names out there in the history of wrestling and she lives right in New Jersey; it would be crazy not to capitalize on having someone (with) that wealth of knowledge of the wrestling business and such a talented performer,”said ISPW owner and promoter Tommy Fierro.
For more information on the show, visit www.ISPWLive.com.
— Click here to read a just published interview Maria Kanellis took part in before she was released by WWE. She discusses Celebrity Apprentice, her music, being depicted on a recent episode of South Park, WrestleMania, and more. Regarding WrestleMania, she was hoping she’d get a title shot at the grand show.
“I really, really want to win women’s champion,” Kanellis told Crave Online. “But you know what? It’s been five years and if it takes another five, I’ll keep trying. I really will. I will keep trying until WWE says I can’t try no more.”
— In today’s wrestling birthdays, Wayne Bloom (a/k/a Beau Beverly) turns 52 years old while former WCW wrestler Villano V turns 48. Also, Chris Candido would have turned 38 years old yesterday. He passed away in 2005 at the age of 33.
See “behind the scenes” shots of Maria here ->