Tammy "Sunny" Sytch is "the original diva of the WWE." She shot to stardom in the mid-90's and carved out a Hall of Fame career. Tammy was gold on the mic and around the ring.
In recent years, Tammy has had her share of problems and detractors. Tammy has caused some of her own problems, but some have been life's hard hits, too. Fans can be fickle and the media doesn't help.
I will never forget meeting Tammy for the first time in Kokomo, IN. She was the main reason I went to that event. It was one of her first appearance around here and I wasn't going to miss the chance to meet her in case it was her last appearance.
Tammy was as nice as could be. I have met her many times since then and each time, she has been just as nice. In fact, she is one of the sweetest, funniest celebs I have ever met.
She has done interviews with me, promos for me and put me in wrestling holds (see below). I have even held her Slammy (okay, yes, I was going for a joke there, but it was cool to hold a Slammy).
Everyone is entitled to an opinion and many people have one (or more) about Tammy. All I can say is that I have met her over a dozen times and she never disappoints at these conventions. I am not there to judge a celeb's life. I am just there to meet someone who has entertained me.
Tammy entertained me (and millions of others) for years. I haven't seen her in too long of a period, but I am seriously hoping that changes in 2016. Tammy wil always be a Johngy's Beat favorite.
Tammy Sytch and me in Oaks, PA-October 2010.