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Former WWE Diva Sunny Wants “Another Holocaust” and Hogan Talks Heel Turn


The former WWE Diva continues to paint herself in a highly controversial light, this time she aimed her comments at the most recent ISIS attacks.

Tammy “Sunny” Sytch has posted some controversial comments regarding terrorist attacks in Paris, France, which left 150 people dead. She posted:

“What I think the world needs is another Holocaust, but this time for the Islams of the world….. The ones who REALLY should be extinguished. HAIL TRUMP!!”, wrote the WWE Hall of Famer.

She has since deleted the post but said:

“If you all can’t take my posts as what they are, mostly joking, as all my posts are… Then GET OFF MY PAGE ALREADY!! For cryin out loud!!! Unfriend yourself and make room for people who matter!!!”

Another former star that is always in the middle of questionable standards is Hulk Hogan who speaks about possible and memorable heel turns.

WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan recently appeared on AudioBoom.com’s Radio Yorkshire.

On his heel turn at Bash at the Beach 1996: “Well, I was thinking I knew I was going to piss everybody off. I knew it. I didn’t know if it was going to work as good [as it did]. I knew I was going to get heat for flipping everybody off, but when [the crowd] started throwing stuff into the ring, when Kevin [Nash] and Scott [Hall] and I were standing there with ‘Mean’ Gene, when they started throwing bottles and paper and everything into the ring, I knew it worked then.”

On if John Cena could be a good heel: “Yeah, I mean, God, I hate to keep saying it, ‘never say never’, but with Vince McMahon’s machine and the WWE and the writers and John [Cena]’s talent, his talent alone, if he were to turn heel and [WWE] let him go, let John go and pull that edge out of John, ooh boy, he’d be a good heel!

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