AN EXTREME ORIGINAL REPUBLISHED — Tommy Dreamer’s 17th column

  NOTE: Originally published in The Kingston Whig-Standard on March 24, 2012. All rights reserved. When I arrived home last Sunday, after two days of wrestling, I really just wanted to relax and spend a nice day with my family. Instead, I received a text message that changed the rest of my day. It read “Hey Jimmy is at my house. He would love to see you.” The text came from a man who lives close to me, Jon…

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AN EXTREME ORIGINAL REPUBLISHED: Tommy Dreamer’s 12th column

NOTE: ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON FEB. 18, 2012 IN THE KINGSTON WHIG-STANDARD. All rights reserved.   I recently attended a three-day convention entitled WrestleReunion in L.A. For a wrestling fan, it is a great event featuring three days of wrestling shows, Q&As, photo ops, meet & greets, autograph signings, vendors, a Sunday brunch and anything and everything wrestling. Organizers are bringing the event to Toronto for the first time, from April 13 to 15, and yes, yours truly will be there. The…

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AN EXTREME ORIGINAL REPUBLISHED: Tommy Dreamer’s 7th column

Originally published in The Kingston Whig-Standard on Jan. 7, 2012. All rights reserved. HEADLINE: In this business, you take the road more travelled  As a professional wrestler, you spend most of your days travelling to different cities to entertain the fans. When I was with World Wrestling Entertainment, a typical work week would start on Friday, which included flying from your home to wherever the first show was. This flight is usually the first one available that day, in…

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