WWE Evolution is tonight and it’s a night the WWE Women’s Roster has been fighting hard for since before they were known as Divas. In fact, many have credited the start to the WWE Women’s Revolution to a lot of people including AJ Lee, Nikki Bella, and Luna Vachon — if you’re WWE then it’s all Stephanie McMahon — but some fans still hold true to the fact that Sunny was the first of her kind of break down the barriers in a big way.
Since she left WWE due to unpleasant circumstances, Sunny has had a rough go of it. She’s battled addiction and had a short stint as an adult actress — but that is behind her now. She’s out of prison and enjoying her life as a new person. But, she’s not going to give up looking her best.
Sunny commented this morning saying that she’s “working on her tan lines,” on the morning of WWE Evolution. It should be noted that she hasn’t been promoted or mentioned as part of the build to this event or the history of Women’s Wrestling — but she is still a WWE Hall Of Famer.
Only time will tell if we’ll be seeing Sunny in WWE again down the line, but you might not want to hold your breath about seeing her at Evolution because from the sounds of it, she’s going to be busy with some R&R and promoting her “Only Fans” account.

H Jenkins

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