WWE Legend Rejected Ex-Diva On Drugs

Tammy Lynn Sytch’s life has been filled with controversy and it seems that it’s a narrative that continues to unfold. Currently sitting in jail, awaiting her DUI Manslaughter trial, the former WWE star, known as Sunny, is still making headlines, but not in the way she would have desired.



In the 1990s, Tammy Sytch skyrocketed to fame as one of WWE’s most beloved performers. However, in a recent interview, her former colleague Marty Jannetty shocked the wrestling community by making a startling allegation – he claimed that he had rejected her sexual advances during their time working together.

Marty Jannetty, who had multiple stints with WWE from 1988 to 1996, with additional appearances between 2005 and 2009, has developed a reputation for his wild partying lifestyle. In fact, he has boldly declared that he has been intimate with over 1,000 women throughout his wrestling career. Jannetty is also notorious for his controversial social media posts, where he has even admitted to committing murder.

Not one to shy away from a sensational life himself, Marty Jannetty had much to say about Tammy Lynn Sytch. During an interview with Hannibal TV, the former Rocker revealed some details about his experiences with the former AOL’s most downloaded woman.

“I don’t mind telling you, no. It’s not that it couldn’t have been, it’s not that it wasn’t offered – I hate to say it that way – and it’s not that I don’t think she’s a pretty girl, and it ain’t like I didn’t hear her next door quite a bit. When I say next door, the room next door, I would hear her.”

While Tammy Lynn Sytch and her late partner Chris Candido were the subjects of the first episode of this season’s Dark Side of the Ring, wrestling fans eagerly await Marty Jannetty’s episode, expecting a wild and captivating journey through his tumultuous career and personal life.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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