New York City– World famous wrestling diva Tammy Lynn “Sunny” Sytch has written a tell-all autobiography titled A Star Shattered: The Rise & Fall & Rise of Wrestling Diva Tammy “Sunny” Sytch, which will debut online on RiverdaleAveBooks.com, Amazon.com and on iTunes.com today, Feb. 4, and is also available in paperback..
The legendary Sunny is known as the original WWE Diva and she is one of the most popular female wrestling personalities of all time. Her achievements include being a two time Slammy Award winner, a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, the New England Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame and Pro Wrestling Illustrated Manager of the Year.
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All of her loyal fans know that her career has had more than its share of dramatic highs and lows. For the first time, Sunny takes the reader behind the scenes to learn what was really going on with this incredibly talented and vulnerable athlete.
“I didn’t hold anything back,” says Sunny. “I spilled my guts out in this book. I think it’s raunchy, obscene, racy and heartfelt. Readers will go with me in the ring and on the road, through my romantic relationships, my domestic abuse, my battling cancer, my incarceration, getting sober and much more. I don’t regret one moment of my life. I’ve been battered and should be bitter but instead, I learn from my experiences and move on. I’m excited about what the future holds for me.”
“Sunny’s story is so real and raw and inspirational. She gives the honest truth about the inside world of wrestling in the 90s and 00s, as well as what it was like to be a woman in an abusive relationship battling her own demons and taking control of her life in the aftermath,” said Riverdale Avenue Books Publisher Lori Perkins. “Everyone will see a piece of themselves in Sunny’s story.”