WWE Hall of Famer Sunny was involved in a fatal car accident, new reports appear to confirm.
Sunny worked for Vince McMahon’s company between 1995 and 1998 and was one of the most downloaded women in the world at that time. While working for WWE, she managed Chris Candido, Ron Simmons and The Road Warriors. Sunny had notable runs in other major promotions like ECW, where she worked from 1998 to 1999, and World Championship Wrestling briefly in the 2000s, but first broke into Jim’s Smokey Mountain Wrestling. Cornet in 1992.
Recent reports, however, have confirmed that the former WWE manager was involved in a fatal car accident, which claimed the life of a 75-year-old man. It is also suspected that she was under the influence of alcohol at the time, something for which she has already been arrested, most recently in February 2019.
Ormond Beach Police Chief Jesse Godfrey, who handled the incident, spoke to the Ormond Beach Observer and offered his condolences to the family of the victim, speaking of the importance of safe driving.
“Our goal at the Ormond Beach Police Department is to keep the city’s roads safe, so if you see a vehicle driving in a manner that leads you to believe the driver may be intoxicated, feel free to call 911. You may just save someone’s life,” Godfrey said.
Sunny’s Recent WWE Appearances
It’s been several years since the real Tammy Sytch was affiliated with WWE, with her induction into the Hall of Fame in 2011.
In Sytch’s last official appearance for the company, she was inducted into the entire WWE Women’s Roster and has not been seen on WWE television since. She has, however, made small appearances in some WWE Network and Peacock exclusive documentaries.
Her final match for Vince McMahon’s company was the Women’s Battle Royal at WrestleMania 25 in 2009, ultimately won by Santino Marella.
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