We are in the PG era in the WWE where adultery content or violence in the locker room as well as on television is strictly prohibited. But, quite ironically for the first time in the history of the company, there have been a series of private media leaks around the women’s locker room. It has been a major headache for the WWE officials to deal with these hacks which exposed big names from the women’s division.
In addition, most of the superstars in the locker room are involved in relationships in contrast to the previous days. This is the sole reason that WWE had come up with the idea of Total Divas reality show which comes up with the other sides of the female performers.
One of the former heartthrobs of the industry was Sunny aka Tammy Lynn Synch who recently went on a rant towards the women’s locker room criticising their relationship statuses. She was basically trying to point out the fact that today’s women are really fast forward when it comes to involving in a relationship.
Sunny herself used to be on the wrestling news headlines for her adultery affairs with present and past WWE superstars. But, she clarified that when it comes to the relationship statuses, her number would be much lower than the present-day women.
Check out her full comments from a Facebook post:
“Is it my imagination, or is the WWE locker room one big f**k-fest nowadays??? Everyone is dating/marrying/f****g, EVERYONE!!! It’s a revolving bedroom door with these kids.
And people still have the b***s to gasp in shock when I, or anyone else, mentions the 9-month long relationship I had with Shawn Michaels…. unreal. My ‘number’ is much lower than some of these girls…. at least back then, the guys had wives at home. The entire locker room wasn’t dating each other… or me.”
Sunny was referring to her relationship with Shawn Michaels back in the 90s which took the pro-wrestling world by storm. It turned out to be a love triangle with Bret “The Hitman” Hart involving to it. Till date, it is considered as one of the most controversial love triangles of all time.
Sunny, a WWE Hall of Famer mostly worked for the indie wrestling circuits in the past decade. Last year, she did a film to come to the public attention, once again. Also, in February 2016, she has released her biography.