Sunny To Remain In Jail Over The Weekend, More On D-Von Dudley Working Backstage, Vladimir Kozlov

- Above is an extra scene from Vladimir Kozlov's recent WWE "Where Are They Now?" episode with The Moscow Mauler looking back at when he won the WWE Tag Team Titles with Santino Marella.

- WWE Hall of Famer Tammy "Sunny" Sytch is still incarcerated in Carbon County, PA and will not see a judge via Gagnon video hearing until Monday, October 3rd at 9am, according to PWInsider. She will remain in jail over the weekend until seeing the judge and has been there since late Friday, September 23rd. If Sunny admits the probation violation, the judge may issue a ruling. If she denies the violation, a hearing will be scheduled for a later date and her probation officer will have to prove that she did violate the terms of her probation.


No word yet on what led to the violation but Sunny was sentenced to five years of probation back in mid-August due to the three DUI-related arrests from 2015. Sunny was also given bi-weekly drug & alcohol testing and warned by Judge Joseph Matika that there was zero tolerance for any use and if she got into trouble while on probation, she would be sent to jail.

- We've been covering how D-Von Dudley started working his new producer job at Sunday's WWE Clash of Champions pay-per-view. D-Von also worked Monday's RAW and based on the photo below, it looks like he may be working both brands as he's in attendance for SmackDown tonight. It is possible he's working both brands just while learning the job.