Tammy Sytch Fires Back At Calls For Her Removal From The WWE Hall Of Fame


Tammy “Sunny” Sytch has hit back against calls for her to be removed from the WWE Hall of Fame due to her several convictions and ongoing cases.

Sytch has been charged with nine felonies, including DUI Manslaughter in relation to a three-vehicle collision in March that killed 75-year-old Julian Lasseter. She is also facing eleven charges in New Jersey, including DUI.


There have been calls from fans and multiple personalities in wrestling for her to be removed from WWE’s Hall of Fame, which she was inducted into in 2011.

Both Bill DeMott and Mark Henry have called for her removal, with the Keri Anne DeMott Foundation (named after Bill’s daughter who was killed by a drunk driver) calling Sytch “a repeat DUI offender and now killer of an innocent man.”

In a Facebook post, Sytch attacked DeMott’s character, saying:

“I think Bill Demott should be removed from the WWE hall of fame! Ohhh that’s rite, he was never inducted. He was too busy sexually harassing female talent and degrading male talent as well. Yet he is worried about a crime that has NOT even been proven in a court of law yet??”

DeMott once served as head trainer at WWE’s Performance Center but resigned following accusations of misconduct, including racist and homophobic language, in addition to alleged inappropriate behavior with female talent.

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