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  1. Thomas Jacob Hilfiger (/hɪlˈfɪgər/; born March 24, 1951) is an American fashion designer and the founder of Tommy Hilfiger Corporation.. After starting his career by co-founding a chain of jeans/fashion stores called People's Place in upstate New York in the 1970s, he began designing preppy clothing for his own eponymous menswear line in the 1980s.

  2. Tommy Dreamer est apparu à l'événement inaugural d'EVOLVE le Catch le 17 janvier 2010, dans un rôle non-luttant, étant impliqué dans un match qui le causent se bagarrant avec Jimmy Jacobs. Le Catch de Championnat Universel promotionnel indépendant a ajouté Tommy Dreamer à leur tableau de service. Il agit en tant que heel.

  3. Thomas James Laughlin (born February 13, 1971), is an American professional wrestler and promoter better known by the ring name Tommy Dreamer. He is signed to Impact Wrestling and is the owner and promoter of the House of Hardcore (HOH) promotion.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tom_LaughlinTom Laughlin - Wikipedia

    Early life and career (1931–1960) Laughlin was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the son of Margaret and Thomas Laughlin. He attended Washington High School, where he was involved in an athletics controversy that made headlines throughout the city, caused by Laughlin being forced to attend another school for a brief period, making him ineligible to play football at his former school on his return.

  5. Note: Glenn Hughes (of Deep Purple fame) sings lead vocals on the final verse of "Dreamer" but, due to contractual reasons, was not credited. Note: Tommy's younger brother Johnnie Bolin (of DVC, Dare Force, and currently (2011) with Black Oak Arkansas) also played drums. Bands he played in have often covered "Teaser" live.

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  7. Oct 08, 2022 · Tommy Dreamer handled the introduction speech. He offered jokes and serious emotion. When Scott D’Amore discussed the Hall of Fame with Dreamer, the Impact board voted and thought it should be Dreamer. The hardcore legend’s career flashed before his eyes. He jumped with joy at the idea of entering the Impact Hall of Fame. D’Amore slowed ...

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