Cathy Kelley departed WWE several months ago, but Stephanie McMahon wants her back. Also, Sunny, real name Tammy Sytch, had her parole revoked due to her latest arrest.
Stephanie McMahon Wants Cathy Kelley Back
Kelley signed with the promotion in 2016 and worked as a backstage correspondent in NXT along with social media work. That included serving as host of WWE Now on the company’s website and YouTube page.
In 2019, Kelley was moved to SmackDown for one night to work backstage. A year later, she was promoted to the main roster.
However, in February she announced plans to leave the WWE following NXT TakeOver: Portland.
Prior to her time with the WWE, Kelley served as host and panelist on Maria Menounos’ online network AfterBuzz TV for Raw, NXT and The Bachelor recaps. She also appeared on BlackAF as a flight attendant earlier this year.
— Cathy Kelley (@catherinekelley) October 28, 2018
McMahon made it known that she wants her back. The two were together on WWE The Bump.
“Cathy, we miss you,” she said. “We need that raw, real you and you talk about someone who’s not afraid to be themselves and go out and try things and pave the way, and you always have my full support and backing no matter what it is you’re doing.”
— WWE (@WWE) July 15, 2020
Sunny’s Parole Revoked
Earlier this month, former WWE diva “Sunny” was arrested in New Jersey.
Tammy Sytch was hit with several charges. They including operating a motor vehicle during a second license suspension and eluding a police officer. She was also charged with contempt/violating a domestic violence restraining order.
Currently, Sytch remains at the Monmouth County Correction Institution as the State of Pennsylvania filed a motion to revoke her parole.
According to PWInsider, Sytch was released on parole back in February from Carbon County Prison. The state believes her most recent arrest violates that parole and wants it revoked.
Tammy Sytch, formerly known as Sunny in the #WWE, has been arrested and is currently incarcerated in the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, per PWInsider.
Jail records list Sytch as being processed into Monmouth County Correctional as of 4:42 PM EST today.
— Tom Colohue (@Colohue) July 13, 2020
Prior to the new charges, Sytch was following the guidelines of her parole.
Sytch, now 47 years old, was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011. She rose to fame during her WWE run in the 1990s, including the title of most downloaded celebrity according to America Online in 1996.
— Mr.Tuxedo Pants (@GailKimGroupie) July 13, 2020
I’m not sure any words I choose can add to this one really.
— WrestleNews365 (@365Wrestle) July 13, 2020
During Sytch’s run in WWE, she pushed as the original diva. Some compared her to an early Sable.
In summary, her demons unfortunately get the best of her. Hopefully, she can recover from this last hurdle.