We’ll let the NY Daily News tell the story, but the last line is my favorite part: “Sytch was released into the care of her sister, with the promise that she would immediately go to rehab.”
Yeah, after your third arrest, you probably need to try something different. At left, a picture of Tamara Sytch back in the day, and below her mug shot.
Tamara Sytch, best known as the WWE wrestler and manager Sunny, scored an unprecedented three count: Three arrests in as many days for harassing her boyfriend. Sytch, 39, first went to his Branford, Conn., home and caused trouble on Sept. 11, WFSB-TV reported. She was arrested, charged with disorderly conduct and warned not to return after she was released on bond. But Sytch didn’t listen. The following day, she went back and was charged with third-degree strangulation and violation of protective order on top of the disorderly conduct charge.
She put her boyfriend in a headlock and pulled his hair, cops said. She was released again — this time on a $25,000 bond — and went back to her boyfriend’s place Sept. 13. This time, she was drunk and broke into his house by climbing through a window.
After another charge for violating a protective order, Sytch was released into the care of her sister, with the promise that she would immediately go to rehab.
Are the #Mountaineers not paying their players enough these days? Apparently, because some rocket scientist named Branko Busick was arrested on armed robbery charges after allegedly pulling a gun on some guy in an apartment complex and demanded money. When the victim said he had none, Busick allegedly hit him with the gun.
If the last name sounds familiar, wrestling fans may remember the boy’s father, Big Bully Busick, a villain from the old WWF days. Below is a video of Big Bully wrestling, but first he takes a few minutes to taunt a young wrestling fan with some balloons. The apple apparently doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Usually these videos are “painful” because of the action going in the clip. This time, the video will be painful (and slightly disgusting) for you to watch. Wonder how soon before someone in the WWE will use the patented “Vomit Drop” pin move? Video clip probably Not Safe For Work or your stomach.
Think the people who paid to watch this thought they got their money’s worth? We didn’t see this TNA Wrestling event, so we’ll let the Baltimore Sun fill you in on the details in this heavyweight championship bout between Sting and Jeff Hardy that lasted under a minute and a half, most of the time spent on Hardy attempting to throw his shirt to the crowd as a souvenir. Otherwise, this thing would have been over in 30 seconds. Even the announcers seem put off by what happened.
Read more below before you watch the video:
Citing TNA sources, pwinsider.com reported that the match was so short because of concern backstage that Hardy was in no condition to perform. Sound familiar?
A similar situation involving Hardy occurred in December at the Final Resolution pay-per-view when he was champion. According to online reports, there was concern over Hardy’s condition that night as well, so much so that TNA officials were considering stripping him of the title and sending him home.
Ultimately, Hardy’s scheduled match against Matt Morgan took place, with Hardy retaining the title as planned. Hardy reportedly convinced TNA officials that his condition was due to exhaustion as a result of his hectic travel schedule.
If the reports about Hardy’s condition at Victory Road are accurate, then TNA needs to take some kind of action immediately. A pay-per-view main event that lasts 88 seconds is inexcusable (couldn’t TNA have come up with a Plan B and given fans a legitimate match?), but the truth is that there are worse things that can happen if problems are ignored.
Hardy, who still has pending drug trafficking charges from 2009, was suspended twice for no-showing events during his first stint with TNA in 2005. He also had two Wellness Policy violations while in WWE.
Over the years, there have been a number of really strange things happen in professional wrestling. You name it, it probably happened somewhere, sometime. No matter how disgusting, vile, perverted or violent, it has probably been done.
But the video below, well, not only is it a Painful Sports Video to watch, it is something that most people would never image happening in the ring. Go ahead, guess, and then watch the video.