I think I enjoyed that goodbye more than Flair's. Probably cause I knew Flair would pop back up before the year ended (which he did).
Part of me wants him to stay off camera, seeing as how his send-off was so heartfelt, and real. He said goodbye and the show ended with him and his two daughters. No other wrestlers, no pyro, nothing over the top.
Good to see him on there though. Does he own the rights to the TOMMY DREAMER name?
Oh, and he's officially...what's that term? Future Endeavoured? Something like that.
Originally posted by WWE's websiteWorld Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of ECW Superstar Tommy Dreamer as of today, Monday, January 4, 2010. We wish Tommy the best in all future endeavors.
Okay, what was the timeline of matches to this feud and how did it result? I know there was the Hell in the Cell '97 match and I believe a match preceeding that at Ground Zero, which ended in a DQ. Was the casket match after that?