By Tammy "Sunny" Sytch

International recognized wrestling diva Tammy Lynn “Sunny” Sytch has written a tell-all autobiography that follows her into the hoop and at the street, via her romantic relationships, household abuse, her conflict with melanoma, incarceration, getting sober and the discharge of her grownup movie with shiny leisure.

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The wreckage was plain and affecting, even if he was also an asshole. James Hogue hated anything associated with being ordinary, the same way that I did. He just went about things in a different way. The final question he posed in his letter sounded entirely sincere. “6. ” he wrote, wondering about my preference for army surplus jackets and worn blue jeans. ” “Ciao,” he wrote, without signing his name. IX. SuperStar In a local café, I met a girl named SuperStar. She had been Hogue’s girlfriend in town before he went to Russia and met the blonde doctor, and pretended again to be someone new.

Jones never made it onto the air. I felt bad for James Hogue. His chance at recovering some grip on a normal life had slid through his fingers here. The wreckage was plain and affecting, even if he was also an asshole. James Hogue hated anything associated with being ordinary, the same way that I did. He just went about things in a different way. The final question he posed in his letter sounded entirely sincere. “6. ” he wrote, wondering about my preference for army surplus jackets and worn blue jeans.

I found her because of a notation in the prison record made by a local clergyman who put $25 on Hogue’s commissary account. We began a correspondence, and she finally agreed to have coffee with me. Jim would always have a book with him, she remembered, and he grew good weed. All her friends bought weed from Jim. That was a new part of the story. He said he was twenty-eight years old. She thought that was funny, since he was obviously older: he was probably in his thirties. She was eighteen. They met hanging out on the slopes, and he kept asking her out to dinner.

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