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It has taken nearly a decade for one of the most-recognizable females in the history of professional wrestling to grace The Mayhem squared circle, but wait no more Mayhem Nation! Tammy "Sunny" Sytch was welcomed to The Monday Night Mayhem Radio Network by The Big Mosh, Blade, "The Chairman Of The Board" Todd Vincent, along with special guest host/former WWE Head Of Security & the star of "Noonan Speaks," Jimmy Noonan. Watch out "City Of Angels," as your skies will indeed be "sunny" this weekend. With Tammy going to Los Angeles for WrestleReunion 4 this weekend, Mosh asked how special this weekend is going to be, not just from her, but for her fellow colleagues & friends in the industry. "It’ll be a fun weekend. It’s always fun to go out to L.A., that’s one of my favorite cities, but I really love doing conventions. I get to see fans from all over the country, plus I get to see a lot of my friends I don’t get to see a lot anymore. It’s gonna’ be a good time, and WrestleReunion has always been one of the classiest productions around in the industry, so it’s gonna’ be one hell of a weekend."
Rumors & reports have begun to swirl about who will be inducted as part of this year’s WWE Hall Of Fame (the Class Of 2010) during WrestleMania XXVI weekend. Many fans throughout the world feel that Sunny should join such legendary females as The Fabulous Moolah & "Sensational" Sherri Martel, being the first-ever "Diva" of World Wrestling Entertainment. With her career in professional wrestling, Tammy was asked about the odds of her getting that call for the WWE Hall Of Fame. "Of course I hope it happens one day. Everybody tells me they’re positive it’ll happen on day. When it does great, if it never does, great so be it, but I think it’ll be a great honor in my career. I’ve been doing this for 20 years now, and I’ve awards left & right from everybody, but I think they would be a top honor that I would cherish forever. Hopefully it happens one day but everyone is saying it’s gonna’ happen, I don’t think I want it to happen this soon. Think about it…I’m only 37 years old. What’s there left to do after that? Let’s wait & give it some time, and let me do a little more before I retire, and then maybe induct me. But if I had a choice, I would probably pick Trish Stratus to do the induction for me."
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