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Tommy Dreamer

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Also known as TD Madison, Bobby Ocean

Current gimmick: Tommy Dreamer
Promotion: House Of Hardcore
Age: 44 years
Birthplace: Yonkers, New York, USA
Gender: male
Height: 6' 3" (190 cm)
Weight: 260 lbs (118 kg)
Marital partner: Beulah
WWW: http://www.TheTommyDreamer.com
http://twitter.com/TheTommyDreamer
https://www.facebook.com/TheTommyDreamer
Alter egos: Bobby Ocean
TD Madison
Tommy Dreamer
Roles: Singles Wrestler
Road Agent
Booker
Promoter (2012 - today)
Color Commentator
Trainer
Backstage Helper
Beginning of in-ring career: 1989
Wrestling style: Brawler, Hardcore
Trainer: Johnny Rodz
Nickname(s): "The Innovator Of Violence", "The Heart & Soul Of ECW"
Trademark holds: Dreamer DDT, Dreamer Driver, Piledriver, Neckbreaker, Fallaway Slam
Tommy Dreamer
TD Madison (Independent, 1991) Tommy Dreamer (ECW, 1995) Tommy Dreamer (ECW, 1996) Tommy Dreamer (ECW, 1997) Tommy Dreamer (WWF, 2001) Tommy Dreamer (WWE, 2002) Tommy Dreamer (WWE, 2003) Tommy Dreamer (WWE, 2006) Tommy Dreamer (WWE, 2007) Tommy Dreamer (WWE, 2008) Tommy Dreamer (WWE, 2009) Tommy Dreamer (TNA, 2010) Tommy Dreamer (Independent, 2011) Tommy Dreamer (CHIKARA, 2012) Tommy Dreamer (CZW, 2013) Tommy Dreamer (TNA, 2014)
Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 04.05.2015:
[10.0] "Tommy was always great at playing the everyman/underdog babyface, and while maybe not a top-of-the-line technical grappler, he could always be counted on for an entertaining brawl, especially with weapons involved. He has always been a selfless performer as well - maybe to a fault - and always does what he can to make his opponent look good, even at the expense of his own glory. As the promoter and booker of his own House of Hardcore promotion, he has shown for my money one of the top wrestling minds out there today, putting on very entertaining shows with just a pinch of ECW nostalgia, but the main focus on showcasing the best current and upcoming talent on the indy scene. Clearly the ECW tradition of booking wrestlers to their strengths and showcasing many different styles lives on in Dreamer. I'm a Tommy Dreamer guy."
Phenomenal91 wrote on 28.03.2015:
[10.0] "He was never the greatest pure wrestler. He wasn't on the level of Kurt Angle or Brock Lesnar. But unlike those two, Tommy made you believe that YOU, the average guy on the streets, could step into that ring and be a hero to many. To make YOUR dream come true. He was never meant to be a champion, yet he's held belts all over the world. He takes inhuman beatings like nobody else, yet he contributed greatly to the "business" side of wrestling in both ECW, WWE, and his new House of Hardcore promotion. No other wrestler in the world has connected with the people quite like Tommy Dreamer. He made his own legacy, and it's one he can be proud of."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 06.12.2014:
[7.0] "It kinda sucks that his WWECW title reign was longer than his ECW title reign, but it's cool that his image was able to keep fans interested in their "third" promotion. He was always the quintessential underdog, and remains a strong contributor to wrestling."
Leone wrote on 13.10.2014:
[8.0] "Put Tommy Dreamer in a good feud, and he makes an excellent sympathetic babyface. Put him in a hardcore match, and he proves to be entertaining and pretty creative. He's not a jobber, but he is definitely a worker. Like Mick Foley and Sabu, Dreamer often took bumps and spots that nobody else wanted to do, which landed him in hospital many times. It got him over, even when his goal was to get others over. His toughness has been well known for years, and he's a very good brawler who likes to get fans involved in the match. He's quite strong, his speed is average, and his technical skill, at most, is basic stuff (He's a worker, but not a workhorse). He has a lot of moves in his arsenal, some of which he performs with good polish (Submission holds, puroresu finishers, DDTs, spinebusters, neckbreakers), and others (particularly his kicks and splashes) can be very sloppy. Post-ECW, Dreamer will always be associated with that time period everywhere he goes. And even though he had mild success in WWE, he didn't move on or adapt the way Raven, Dudleys, Van Dam, Rhyno, Tajiri and Heyman did. Which is unfortunate. But he did leave his mark on the wrestling world quite early in his career."
wwefan534 wrote on 04.07.2014:
[0.0] "Tommy Dreamer has no character and no gimmick at all. He couldn't cut it in WWE, the only place he was successful was ECW and I never liked ECW. Like most wrestler from ECW Dreamer just yells a lot and hits people with a stick. I know a lot of people like him just because it's the cool thing to like ECW but I am just be honest about him. I personally did not care for him."
Boris The Menace wrote on 21.07.2013:
[3.0] "Tommy is a fat guy who in all honesty can barely work in the ring."
steviecw wrote on 22.07.2012:
[10.0] "One of the absolute greats of his era, this unlikely world champion had a huge number of world class matches/brawls in ECW (including one brief world title run and three tag title reigns) and proved a very reliable addition to the WWF/WWE RAW roster, having very solid lower-card matches against Stevie Richards, D'Lo Brown, Rob Van Dam, Brock Lesnar, The Undertaker, Edge and a very memorable DQ loss to The Big Show. He would also enjoy some success in this period as Hardcore Champion. Though he was very strong on the ECW One Night Stand PPV's, his contribution to WWE ECW was less notable and his body did begin to deteriorate but he did still do good work with CM Punk, John Morrison, The Miz, Elijah Burke, Zack Ryder, William Regal, Randy Orton, Jack Swagger and Christian. Not to mention a second World Championship run. His year in TNA too was flawed but enjoyable. Tommy was long past his best and appeared largely on the losing end but he certainly showed his performer's passion and went all out in a plethora of PPV matches with men like Raven, AJ Styles, RVD, Robert Roode and Bully Ray. Tommy is certainly not what he was but he is a true fan who has done a lot on and off-camera. I'll never tire of seeing him perform. I hope his House Of Hardcore promotion does well."

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Number of comments: 128
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Average Rating: 7.30
Average in 2015: 8.60
Average in 2014: 6.93
Average in 2013: 7.85
Average in 2012: 8.44
Average in 2011: 6.23
Average in 2010: 7.00
Average in 2009: 7.20
Average in 2008: 7.39
Average in 2007: 7.22

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