• Sunny Issues Statement After Spending A Year In Prison
Old School WWF Diva Sunny was released from prison on June 9, 2021 and broke her silence when she released a statement to WrestleZone, in which she claimed that her last incarceration was a ‘misunderstanding’.
The popular former World Wrestling Federation manager served her time and is now focusing on getting her life back together.
Here’s what Sunny wrote:
“To my fans and the pro wrestling community,
I am happy to be finished with my sentence and I am anxious to start the next chapter of my life. I am healthy and happy and feel great.
The incident which led to this last incarceration stemmed from some major misunderstandings. However I accept responsibility and have used this time to make a better me and put my past mistakes behind me. I have now served my sentence for the PA and NJ issues and will focus on the future.
I am focused at present on caring for my mother who is in a nursing home and spending time with her. I will take a couple months this summer and decide what my next steps are professionally and make decisions about where I’d like to live and work.
I want to thank my sister Lori and my mom for their wonderful support. I want to thank my fans and friends who have always supported me no matter what. James, for getting me through these last four months. I don’t know what I would do without you. I love you all. And I would like to thank my legal team of David Sebelin in PA, John Flynn in NJ and of course Stephen P New, my attorney and friend.
God gives his toughest battles to his strongest warriors, and I will bounce back better than ever before. I am the Taminator. I’ll be back.
Peace, Love and Sunshine,
WATCH: Sunny Shows Off Her Bare Buns:
• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 19, 1993) – ECW Super Summer Sizzler 1993
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on June 19, 1993, NWA Eastern Championship Wrestling held ‘ECW Super Summer Sizzler 1993’ at the Viking Hall (ECW Arena) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
This special event was taped and eventually released as an (very rare!) official VHS, but never made it onto an official DVD.
The results of the show can be found here:
Herve Rinesto wrestled Don E. Allen to a no-contest
ECW Television Championship: Jimmy Snuka (c) defeated J.T. Smith
First Blood: Tony Stetson defeated Larry Winters by referee stoppage
Catfight humiliation: Miss Peaches defeated Terrible Tigra
ECW Television Championship: Jimmy Snuka (c) defeated Tommy Cairo
Philadelphia Street Fight: Rockin’ Rebel defeated The Sandman
Dick Murdoch defeated Dark Patriot II
Sal Bellomo, Stevie Wonderful & Super Destroyer #1 defeated The Suicide Blondes & Hunter Q. Robbins III
“King of Philadelphia” Texas Chain Match Massacre: Eddie Gilbert defeated Terry Funk