TNA has announced that Tommy Dreamer has been added to three nights on the TNA Road To Bound For Glory Tour. Dreamer will face Bram, Mr. Anderson and Bobby Roode on the shows. Check out the full announcement below:
The Innovator of Violence, Tommy Dreamer has been called out by Bram, Mr. Anderson and Bobby Roode, and has accepted their challenges for in-ring action Sept. 17-19 at The Road To Bound For Glory Tour LIVE events in York, PA; Morgantown, WV; and Pittsburgh, PA.
On Thursday, September 17, in York, Dreamer will compete against Bram and Mr. Anderson in a three-way York Fairground Brawl Falls Count Anywhere match, where a fall will count anywhere in the York Fairgrounds.
Friday, September 18 Dreamer heads to Morgantown, home of The Mountaineers, for a Mountaineer Mayhem three-way match against Bram and Mr. Anderson with no disqualification and no count outs. In this bout – everything is legal!
The Dreamer action continues Saturday night September 19 in Pittsburgh where it will be Bobby Roode vs Tommy Dreamer in a Steel City Chain Match. What exactly is a Steel City Chain Match? You will have to join us in Pittsburgh on Saturday the 19 of September to find out!
Competing in matches like this might seem like a nightmare for most, but for Tommy Dreamer, this is what he lives for! Tommy Dreamer and Mr. Anderson have never competed against each other in a match. You can see it for the for the first time ever on Thursday, September 17 in York, PA. Tommy told impactwrestling.com the following this afternoon:
“I couldn’t have been happier when I received the call from TNA officials that they wanted to add me to their upcoming live events. I have a great history in all those towns & being able to say I’m going be apart of the hard workingmen & women of the TNA roster is an honor. I’ve had Hardcore Wars w/ Bram & Roode. Ken will be a 1st time ever, I don’t know how many hardcore wars I got left but I will give the fans what they have grown to expect from me. I give it all that I have & I will bring my heart & my passion to those fans in attendance. I look forward to seeing old fans & meeting new fans & showing that after 25yr career why I still love wrestling.”