A former WWE Diva is done with the world of professional wrestling — and she’s selling her WWE Hall of Fame ring on eBay to prove it.
Sunny, real name Tamara Sytch, was inducted into the Hall in 2011 and it’s one of the first times a WWE Hall of Fame ring has made it onto the open market. (The company began awarding rings in 2009 after previously just awarding plaques.)
“After enjoying my Hall of Fame ring for the past almost five years, I think it’s time for someone else to enjoy and cherish it, as have I,” the auction listing reads. “It’s time to let go of the past, and embrace my future, and selling my ring is the right way to get on track.”
Bidding on her ring opened at $3,000 and it’s topped $5,000 after 26 bids. (Click here to see the latest amount.)
Her career in professional wrestling began in the early 1990s and she was with WWE within two years after her debut as a manager and on-air personality. Her career there lasted just four years as personal issues derailed her career, but she managed three tag team title-winning teams and was the first WWE Diva. WWE still touts her being “AOL’s most-downloaded woman of 1996” on its Hall of Fame page.
She continued working in wrestling with other companies regularly until around 2000 and then has worked on independent promotions from time to time in the years since. She had occasional WWE appearances around the time of her induction, but has had legal and personal issues in recent years that have thwarted any type of added opportunities with the company after being its youngest inductee into the Hall.
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