WWE News: WWE Hall of Famer talks about post-rehab plans
WWE Hall of Famer Sunny, a.k.a Tammy Sytch, recently completed a long stint in a rehabilitation program. As Sunny joined this initiative to make her life alcohol-free once again, WWE decided to sponsor this heavy-budget course. The rehab cost her around $40,000 per month, which WWE covered for the last two months.
The rehab cost her around $40,000 per month, which WWE covered for the last two months.
Allwrestlingnews.com reports that Sytch is again considering to re-start her work schedules, as the rehab is over now. The 43-year-old says she will be doing convention appearances soon and promises to be "sober this time."
She is also planning to be back in front of the webcam.
As per the reports of TMZ Sports, Sunny received nearly 5,000 emails from fans, mostly requesting "some private time" on Skype. The former WWE Diva is expected to charge $100 for only 10 minutes in front of the webcam.
Regarding her rehabilitation stint, Sunny posted the following on Monday on her Facebook account:
“Just to clear up any assumptions or speculations, yes, I have been in rehab for alcohol for the past 95 days. I chose to go on my own accord after having the worst relapse I've ever had in June of 2015.
I have done a few rehabs prior, for a month at a time, and trust me, a month is not enough, So this time I gave it 3 months. And it was the best decision I ever made. The people at Retreat at Lancaster County in PA and Mountainside Treatment Center in CT gave me the courage, strength and hope to change my life for the better.
The last three months have been filled with counseling, yoga, mediation, hikes, camp-outs, ropes courses, Equine therapy, Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Culinary Therapy, Spiritual Enhancement and Religion (yes, I now practice both Christianity and a little Buddhism) --- all of this has made me a better person.
I had some serious health issues that are now on the mend, and my recent diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus is being managed. I am eternally grateful to the 2 treatment centers, my family, friends, fans, and the WWE for all of the support I have gotten.
I encourage anyone and everyone who has any type of substance abuse problem to seek help---it's the best thing you can do, and it will save your life. God Speed and NAMASTE”