April 16, 2000 – Spring Stampede: Chris Candido w/ Tammy Sytch won a 6-WAY to capture the Cruiserweight title.
May 7, 2000 – Slamboree: Chris Candido w/ Tammy Sytch defeated TAFKAPI to retain the Cruiserweight title.
April 24, 2000 – Nitro: Chris Candido and Tammy Sytch defeayed TAFKAPI and Paisley in a mixed tag match.
April 26, 2000 – Thunder: Paisley defeated Tammy Lynn Sytch in a catfight match.
May 15, 2000 – Nitro: Daffney and Crowbar defeated Chris Candido and Tammy Lynn Sytch.
Chris Candido and Tammy Sytch were fired from WCW after drug paraphanalia was found in a trash can in their dressing room.
Xtreme Pro Wrestling:
January 29, 2000: Chris Candido and Tammy Sytch debuted in Rob Black’s California-based XPW Wrestling.
February 26, 2000: Chris Candido w/ Tammy Sytch defeated “The Real Deal” Damien Steele for the XPW title.
April 2002 – Tammy Sytch reportedly is set to release a pornographic video.
August 17, 2002 – USA Pro Wrestling: Low-Ki and Tammy Sytch had a confrontation backstage at the event.
~~~The arguement was over Low Ki sitting in a seat Tammy said was hers.
~~~As they argued, Chris Candido then got involved to attempt to defuse the situation.
~~~Low Ki told Candido that he respected him but he needed to get Sytch in line.
February 2004: Tammy Sytch announced her retirement from wrestling for a career as a flight attendant, pending a test in Houston.
February 26, 2005 – Frank Goodman’s UXW: Mick Foley came out saying that there is no point waiting for June for an ECW reunion.
~~~Mick Foley called out Axl Rotten, Chris Candido, Tammy Sytch, Balls Mahoney, Raven, Al Snow, Sandman and Justin Credible.
June 19, 2004 – USA Pro Wrestling: Chris Candido w/ Tammy Sytch beat Mike Tobin w/ Tony Lo to win the USA Pro United States title.
Rest In Peace Chris Candido:
April 28, 2005: In a shocking and unfortunate turn of events, Chris Candido died of a blood clot due to surgery complications.
May 2, 2005: Among those in attendance at the wakes for Chris Candido included Tom Prichard, Balls Mahoney, Mick Foley, Shane Douglas, Jimmy Shoulders, Johnny Ova, George Napolitano, Amy Lee, Ken Sweeney, Johnny Diamond, Donnie Buci, Tommy Cairo, Tommy Dreamer, Al Snow, Simon Diamond, Mike O’Brien, Allison Danger, Devon Storm, Electra and Justin Credible.
May 3, 2005: Among those in attendance at the funeral for Chris Candido included Dixie Carter, Jeff Jarrett, Terry Funk, Howard Finkel, Jeremy Borash, Bob Ryder, Scott D’Amore, Shane Douglas, Billy Gunn, Sonny Siaki, C.M. Punk, Rob Feinstein, Steven DeAngelis, Sandman, Sabu, Terry Taylor and many of the names listed above.
~~Tammy Sytch was described as very strong and smiling most of the time, giving winks and hugs to those who were said.
~~It was reported as a nice touching service with one of the NWA Tag Team title belts draped over the casket during the mass.
~~TNA offered the belt if the family wanted to bury Candido with it due to his love for wrestling.
Tammy Sytch and the return of “Sunny”:
May 7, 2005: Tammy Sytch made her first appearance at a wrestling event since the passing of her husband at a WEW show.
~~~WEW (Women’s Extreme Wrestling) – Sytch managed indy worker Talia while wearing Candido’s ring jacket in Philadelphia.
~~~She also came out and gave a brief speech at the beginning of the show following a 10 bell salute in Candido’s honor.
May 8, 2005: Tammy Lynn Sytch was hospitalized after what was being described as a minor nervous breakdown.
June 4, 2005 – NWS – ECW Style Show: Johnny Candido (w/ Tammy Sytch) defeated Balls Mahoney (w/ Francine).
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