The following was taken from an interview with Tammy "Sunny" Sytch conducted by SLAM! Wrestling:
Some fans were disappointed however, that Sytch, the "Diva" icon of the '90s, did not get the chance to interact with Trish Stratus, who followed in Sytch's footsteps as the top Diva of the new millennium.
"We were talking with each other before the show happened and we both hoped we could do something together because we never had worked together. The writers of RAW do what they want to do and whether you agree with it or not, they write it how they want it. What they had me doing was fine, I wish I had some mic time because that is my specialty, give me a microphone and I can go for an hour. I was blessed to be in a very good segment with the McMahons and Hornswaggle, my favorite performer of all time. I really had a good time. There were other things I would rather have done if I was writing the show, but I am not the writer. I did what I was told to the best of my ability and that's that. I just hope it was enjoyable for everyone."
The appreciation Sytch has for Stratus is evident as she spoke of her many times.
"I have all of the respect in the world for Trish Stratus. People ask me in interviews all the time who I respect the most I say her every time. She evolved into such a well-rounded performer, how could you not love her? We have become friends and she is one of the sweetest people I have ever known and is incredible."