Tommy Dreamer recalls seeing a WWE Hall of Fame inductee at MSG, his own MSG debut, and his WrestleMania experience


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Tommy Dreamer recalls seeing a WWE Hall of Fame inductee at MSG, his own MSG debut, and his WrestleMania experience
Feb 14, 2013 - 10:55 AM


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The earliest he went to a WWF/WWWF event in the New York Area and seeing the "Superfly" moment: "I’m not that old, for the three W’s; come on I’m not that old. No it was the WWF when I went. I’ll actually be 42 tomorrow (February 14); tomorrow’s my birthday, thank you. I started watching wrestling when I was 9 years old and my father took me to my first event at the County Center for my birthday; I saw Bob Backlund, he was my favorite and the first wrestler I ever saw. Then, he snubbed me and I went on a long, long tirade of me hating Bob Backlund when he snubbed me for an autograph but we have since made up then. Me, Bubba (Dudley), Mick Foley and I want to say I know Paul Heyman was there, he was shooting ringside; we were all at the show where Jimmy Snuka first climbed to the top of the cage and missed the dive on Bob Backlund and we were all there, it was just us fans and Bubba and I always talk about that. We always talk about special (Madison Square) Garden events that we went to, you know, and no matter what, you still gotta be a fan and that’s what I am. I’m still living my dream and I’m happy to be doing it."

What it was like to work Madison Square Garden for the first time: "It was a dream come true for me. My first time there, at Madison Square Garden was against Perry Saturn, some I wrestled a bunch of time before and I know this is hard to believe for a lot of my fans, but I actually got a little teary-eyed and I got emotional; it’s still real to me dammit, and it was really, really great. The best two minutes of my career was when I worked the Royal Rumble in Madison Square Garden and I was in the ring with the Undertaker, Shawn Michaels and a bunch of other guys and for two minutes, people just kept chanting my name; I was eliminated in two minutes, but it was the greatest two minutes of my life. I love myself and Rob Van Dam main eventing on Monday Night Raw there, when we unified the Intercontinental and the ECW Title; I cried in the back as well. I cry a lot as you know in my career, and I love this business and I never thought I would achieve my dream and I was really, really happy for those events."

His WrestleMania experience and the match of ECW against the New Blood: "It was really, really food. I did it with my friends and my family was there, it was a really great experience. Never thought we were all going to make it to WrestleMania but we did. I was at WrestleMania 1 as a kid, so, I mean, it was really, really cool. There’s a lot behind that match going in, and at one point we were actually scrapped from the card. So, I think they did a Diva’s Playboy match, and we had done a test run in Mexico the week before and the match was so good that we were main eventing all the shows in Mexico and then when we got back from Mexico, the match was supposed to be 12 minutes, then it was supposed to be 10 minutes, then 8 minutes, then it was cut from the show, then we had 6 minutes. So, just the fact that it happened with all the behind the scenes BS was a great accomplishment for all of us."

You can follow Tommy on Twitter (@TheTommyDreamer) or through his website (www.thetommydreamer.com) for the latest on him and his projects. You can also follow Tommy through his promotion House of Hardcore and their Twitter (@HouseofHardcore) or through its own website (www.houseofhardcore.net) for the latest on the upcoming event, roster of talent and more. You can also see Tommy as part of FWE Wrestling, go to www.fwewrestling.com and (@FWEWrestling) on Twitter for the latest card information and news on the promotion. You can go to www.WWNLive.com for ordering the FEW Wrestling’s "No Limits" event on February 16th and to view a free iPPV pre-show at 7 pm ET.

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