Various: More on Tammy Sytch’s Lengthy Prison Sentence, Impact & AAA Ultra Clash TV Tapings Spoilers, Indies

More on Tammy Sytch’s Sentencing to Over 17 Years in Prison

As noted before, former wrestler Tammy Sytch was arrested this past May in Florida following a police investigation into a fatal car accident involving Sytch in March of 2022. Sytch was convicted of the charges against her and sentenced to over 17 years in prison this past Monday.

PWInsider’s Mike Johnson reported that Sytch is currently tentatively slated to be transferred into the Florida State Prison system for her incarceration.

Johnson reported that Melissa Leslie, wife of WWE Hall of Famer Brutus Beefcake, had been scheduled to testify at Sytch’s sentencing hearing on Sytch’s behalf but she did not appear for reasons not given.

Many within the wrestling world spoken to reportedly stated that they were upset at Sytch over her using the death of Chris Candido as a reason for her life’s downfall in a statement she gave to the court. Those same people reportedly also stated that they felt Sytch’s behavior well before Candido’s passing drew red flags for the downwards direction her life likely would having been heading towards.

Several of those spoken to reportedly also stated that they felt that one of the experts who testified on Sytch’s behalf using pro wrestling and “blows to the head” as a reason for Sytch’s bad behavior was disingenuous. Those same people reportedly noted that she hardly ever wrestled and the majority of her matches were in SMW where she worked in a managerial role.

Impact & AAA Ultra Clash TV Tapings Spoilers

Impact Wrestling and Lucha Libre AAA held a co-promoted set of television tapings called Ultra Clash this past Sunday at the ShowCenter Complex in San Pedro Garza García, Mexico.

Matches from this tapings will air on future episodes of Impact! on AXS TV.

Full results from Impact & AAA Ultra Clash spoilers:

  • Trios match – Bebote Valdez, Granada, & Mafioso defeated Epydemius, The Mummy, & Ultra
  • Chris Sabin & Trinity defeated Chik Tormenta & Dinamico
  • AAA World Tag Team Championship – Nueva Generacion Dinamita (Forastero & Sanson) (c) defeated Arez & Frankie Kazarian
  • Jordynne Grace & Sexy Star defeated Deonna Purrazzo & Maraville
  • Three-way match – Myzteziz Jr. defeated Eddie Edwards and Latigo
  • Laredo Kid & Tommy Dreamer defeated Brian Myers & Taurus
  • Moose & Toxin defeated Josh Alexander & Octagon Jr.
  • Trios match – The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) & El Hijo del Vikingo defeated Trey Miguel & Los Vipers (Latigo & Toxin)


Misc. Wrestling News & Notes

As noted before, former WWE NXT and Impact Wrestling talent Kimber Lee was arrested this past May following a DUI incident involving the assault of a police officer in Serbing, Florida. PWInsider’s Mike Johnson reported that a pre-trial hearing was held on Tuesday before the Highlands County Court in Florida and Lee had waived her right to appear and was represented instead by her attorney based on recent court records. No other details are currently known regarding this hearing. Johnson reported that a new hearing is currently scheduled to take place on January 2, 2024.

Former WWE stable SAnitY made their official reunion at this past Sunday’s Chapter 160: Vendetta event in London, England. This was the first time that Eric Young, Big Damo (former Killian Dain), and Axel Tischer (former Alexander Wolfe) reunited as a group since 2019.

This past Monday’s Monday Magic #4 event for Pro Wrestling NOAH in Tokushima, Japan featured The Great Sakuya making her official debut for NOAH. The Great Sakuya is the storyline daughter of Japanese wrestling legend and WWE Hall of Famer The Great Muta.

Stardom announced that Lady C recently suffered a neck-related injury and as a result, she will be out of action for the company until at least December 10th.

Besides Lady C, Stardom talent Yuna Mizumori also recently suffered an injury and will be out of action for at least the new few shows, according to the Wrestling Observer.

National Wrestling Alliance officials reportedly are currently working on plans for a NWA Florida territory to be announced at some point, according to PWInsider.

Major League Wrestling recently announced two new matches for the card of their MLW Fusion tapings on December 7th in New York City, New York:

  • Jacob Fatu vs. Alex Hammerstone
  • Josh Bishop vs. Matthew Justice

Impact Wrestling announced one new match for the card of their Final Resolution 2023 event on December 9th in Toronto, Ontario, Canada:

  • Rhino vs. Moose

Pro Wrestling Revolver announced one new match for the card of their January 25, 2024 event in Dayton, Ohio:

  • Jon Moxley vs. Gringo Loco

Expect The Unexpected Wrestling recently announced one new match for the card of their Just Gettin’ Warm event on December 16th in Newark, New Jersey:

  • BK Westbrook vs. Joey Janela

Game Changer Wrestling recently announced one new match for the card of their What Is Your Choice? event on December 3rd in New York City, New York:

  • GCW Career vs. Broski match – Matt Cardona (GCW career) vs. Jimmy Llyod (Broski)