WWE legend Dutch Mantell recently revealed that Sunny (aka Tammy Sytch) and Chris Candido slept on the beach after losing all their money following their departure from the company.
Dutch Mantell opens up on the matter
Hall of Famer Sunny and Candido had reportedly started dating in high school. Although she was not a wrestling fan, Sunny followed her boyfriend around as he pursued a career in the business. She eventually became a performer herself, and the couple worked together in several promotions, including SMW, WWE, and ECW.
Speaking on Story Time with Dutch Mantell, the wrestling legend outlined how Sunny and Chris Candido’s relationship was a “trainwreck.” The veteran claimed the pair had no money following their WWE exit and seemingly struggled to find shelter.
“What a trainwreck that was. I met them in Puerto Rico. I met Chris, and they went down there and they never admitted this to me but I could tell who they were hanging out with. They were on drugs. Then they got fired from the company. Then they didn’t have any money to go home on. And at one point they were sleeping on the beach. This was after, you know, Tammy’s WWE/WWF run,” he said.
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Tammy Sytc had found herself amid a controversy. She was reportedly involved in a fatal three-car crash on U.S. 1 on Friday, March 25. According to the investigation, two witnesses said Sytch’s car was moving at a “high rate of speed” before colliding with Lasseter’s halted vehicle after Sytch failed to stop. After that, Lasseter collided with a third vehicle. After being transported to the hospital, Lasseter died. Now, it turns out that Sytch recently pled not guilty to nine charges against her, including the DUI manslaughter.
On the same show, wrestling legend Dr. Tom Prichard addressed Sunny’s current situation:
“I don’t think she will see the light of day. If you look at her record, and I said this on a few interviews that something bad is gonna happen. And when you go to rehab, or you get sent away they tell you, it’s jail, rehab, and death. There’s no escape. And rehab is recovery. You never get out of recovery, you’re always in recovery. And that’s why you have to go to these meetings and have to keep your regimen up, because you have to change people, places, things, and she never did,” he said.