Tammy “Sunny” Sytch ripped in to fellow former WWE Diva Rena “Sable” Mero yesterday on her MySpace account: “Normally, I wouldn’t waste my time on a piece of crap like Rena Mero, but so many of you are forwarding me things that she has been writing about me lately, that it needs to be addressed. Firstly, she has been saying that the reason she wasn’t on the 15th anniversary RAW, is because I was on it and told the people at the WWE to not have her on–that I wouldn’t appear if she was there. Well, right off the bat this is total horse crap, because I know for a fact that she was NOTeven asked to be a part of the show. I have a very good friend up there that showed me the list of people invited, and as there were a few invited that were then dis-invited, she was not one of them. She was no where to be found on the list. Period. She has to realize that the wrestling world does not revolve around her and her steroid-ridden husband–who, I hope gets his ass kicked by Frank Mir in February–they have been such a source of trouble in the past for that company, they don’t want anything to do with them. So, to save face, she made up this story about me getting her taken off the show. Now think about it–if I had that much pull in the company, wouldn’t I have a contract by now?? And doesn’t it just make her look stupid placing all that power in my hands?? As far as I’m concerned, she needs to stop worrying about me, and start worrying about how it’s possible that a 40 something woman can actually look 50 something in the face–even after ALL that surgery.” As it turns out, those comments from Sable turned out to be fake. Sunny then responded: “Well, now I’m being told that the Rena on myspace is a fake. I don’t know where the posts that she wrote came from, so I don’t know if it was a fake or not. But, in any sense, I still don’t like the pig.”
WWE Chairman of the Board Vincent McMahon was a surprise call in guest on the Opie and Anthony Show earlier today. McMahon delivered his classic â<80><9c>youâ<80><99>re firedâ<80> line. McMahon put over the tribute to the troops show as being bigger than Wrestlemania in his opinion, as they are giving back with the show from Iraq. When asked about talent appearing on the show, McMahon mentioned names like Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Jeff Hardy, Rey Mysterio, Chris Jericho, and Bob Orton, but corrected himself, saying Randy Orton. This is rather interesting since Randy Orton is his current WWE champion. They also joked about the Mr. McMahon blowing up in the limousine angle. He was on the show for about ten minutes.