2 – Velvet Sky
Velvet Sky – (Jamie Lynn Szantyr) born June 2, 1981, began working as a valet and wrestler on the independent circuit using the ring names Miss Talia, Talia Doll, and Talia Madison. In high school, Szantyr competed in cheerleading, softball, cross-country, and track. Szantyr was trained by Jason Knight and Kevin Landry at the House of Pain Pro Wrestling Dojo.
On the independent circuit, she formed a tag team known as T&A with April Hunter. She was booked to her first wrestling championship during her time in World Xtreme Wrestling, getting the WXW Women’s Championship after winning a battle royal on May 29, 2004.
Szantyr made a few appearances in the WWE in 2005 and 2006. On January 2, 2006, she and Trinity were planted in the front row of the audience to be selected to dance with The Heart Throbs after their match in a Heat segment. She also auditioned for the 2007 WWE Diva Search, but did not make the final eight. When TNA announced the creation of their Knockouts division in 2007, Szantyr was announced as one of the ten wrestlers in a 10-woman gauntlet match to crown the first TNA Women’s World Champion. At the December Turning Point pay-per-view, Sky and Angelina Love were paired together and dubbed Velvet Love Entertainment, later renamed to The Beautiful People. Szantyr was named number 87 on the 2011 Smartasses Magazine Top 100 Sexiest Women Alive, number 79 in 2012, and 43 in 2013.
1 – Tammy “Sunny” Sytch
Sunny – (Tamara Lynn Sytch) born December 7, 1972 is an American professional wrestling manager, personality, and occasional wrestler. She achieved her greatest success as Sunny for the World Wrestling Federation during the 1990s, and is widely considered as one of the first Divas. She also performed under her own name in Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling and Ring of Honor.
In late 1992, she signed a six month deal with Smoky Mountain Wrestling. She first appeared onscreen as Tammy Fytch in 1993, playing a villain, who idolized Hillary Clinton. In late 1994, Sytch was contracted by the WWF, and she began appearing as Tamara Murphy, a commentator for Live Event News segments during syndicated WWF television shows. One month later, her boyfriend Chris Candido joined the WWF, and the duo began appearing as Sunny and Skip, known collectively as the villainous fitness fanatics, The Bodydonnas. “Zip” later joined the team, and Sunny was in their corner when they won the Tag Team Championship over The Godwinns at WrestleMania XII.
In 1996, she won Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s Manager of the Year Award. She was also America Online’s most downloaded woman of that year. Sytch then began acting as host for several WWF television shows, including LiveWire and Shotgun Saturday Night, in addition to appearances on MTV’s Singled Out and Entertainment Tonight. Meanwhile, Candido left the WWF for ECW, and it was not long before Tammy began making guest appearances with him in the promotion. She was released by the WWF in July 1998 amid rumors of backstage problems with Sable and an addiction to painkillers, as well as no-showing several appearances. She then joined ECW and made her debut appearance at Heat Wave four days after her WWF release.
In early 2000, both Sytch and Candido signed on with WCW. Candido debuted in March of that year and Sytch debuted one month later at Spring Stampede, helping him win the WCW Cruiserweight Championship in a match against The Artist Formerly Known as Prince Iaukea. It was announced on the March 7, 2011 edition of Monday Night Raw that Sytch would be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, class of 2011. She was inducted by the entire roster of WWE Divas at the Hall of Fame ceremony on April 2, 2011. On the March 13th, 2011 episode of Pro Wrestling Weekend, Tammy was named the Sexiest Female Wrestler of All Time.