— While flipping channels this past Monday night, former WWE performer Tammy Sytch (a.k.a. Sunny) came upon Raw and put up a status update on her Facebook page noting how chubby The Bella Twins got over the holidays.
Sytch exclaimed, “I saw back fat!”
At least in the case of Nikki Bella, who accompanied her sister Brie for her match against Maryse on Monday’s show, she wore a much-too-tight bikini top which caused her back skin to noticeably fold.
Her disparaging remarks garnered much feedback from her Facebook followers and she added maybe she wouldn’t have called them chubby had they been nicer to her at WrestleMania. If you recall, both Sytch and the Bellas took part in the 25-Diva battle royal at the event.
Sytch continued: “I only said they look chubby, i didnt call them obese slobs…christ dude, get over it. And maybe if they were a little nicer at Wrestlemania, I wouldnt call them chubby either…but theres no excuse for any of those girls in their early 20’s to get a little chubby… wait til … See Morethey hit 35 and everything slows the f-ck down..then what??? They are getting paid to look a certain way… If I was there right now, I’d weigh 118 f-cking skinny ass pounds again!!”
Considering Sytch dealt with her own weight struggles in the past (as well as the criticism that some fans heaped on her as a result of her ballooned appearance), it would appear hypocritical for her to poke fun at the Bellas’ bodies. However, she said she had “a medical reason” for her weight troubles, and wants to know what their excuse is.
“Hey, at least I had a medical reason for gaining weight…whats their’s? too much partying and pastry?”
She also said she wouldn’t “back down” from her remarks, but later deleted all posts regarding the matter.
— As noted earlier, John Cena acted as Grand Marshal of the Fiesta Bowl Parade in Phoenix, Arizona â€” site of this year’s WrestleMania. You can check out photos of Cena acting as Grand Marshal at the following link.
— The Smackdown & ECW house show on February 28th, 2010 has been moved to the coliseum at the Taylor County Expo Center in Abilene, Texas. It’s original location was the Civic Center in West Plains, Missouri. (Thanks to Devin Cutting)