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WWE Hall Of Famer Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch To Make In-Ring Return For Farewell Tour

Former WWE Diva Sunny has announced that she is once again taking bookings. However, after this next stretch, she will be leaving the wrestling industry for good.

The women's revolution that continues to gain momentum in WWE has brought a lot of former stars out of the woodwork. Female performers who laid the groundwork for today's Superstars, but weren't necessarily afforded the same opportunities during their own heyday. Wrestlers such as Trish Stratus, Lita, Beth Phoenix, and Michelle McCool.

Despite the litany of comebacks, there are a few names that are yet to return or even be mentioned. Victoria, Gail Kim, and in particular Sable who once had a huge presence in WWE are yet to be seen in the company during this revolution. There's also the Superstar who was aptly labeled the original Diva, Sunny, now known as Tammy Sytch.

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Despite being a WWE Hall Of Famer, it's unlikely that Sytch will ever be invited back into the promotion. However, that won't stop her from continuing to be a part of the industry. The two-time Slammy Award winner announced on Facebook that she will be performing a "Comeback/Farewell Tour" starting this year and going into 2019. It will include "personal appearances, autograph signings, wrestling shows, and party appearances."

After that nine to twelve-month run is done, Sytch has stated that she will no longer be a part of the wrestling industry. "28 years in this crazy business has been far long enough!" she went on to write in the Facebook post. The news comes less than a week after Sytch was released from Carbon County Correctional Facility. The charges brought against her related to DUIs from earlier this year.

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Sytch is one of countless men and women in the industry who has had many ups and downs. She began her career almost three decades ago so has naturally experienced many highs and lows in that time. Hopefully, her latest slip-ups will be her last, and the next year of her life will give her a chance to rebuild her image with wrestling fans. Many wrestling fans have fond memories of Sunny from her WWE days, and this farewell tour is a chance to remind them of that.

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