• 07/26/2012 (5:36:47 pm)
  • Bob Mulrenin

Tommy Dreamer donned a suit last week to take some pictures for a friend, who will use the likeness of him all dolled up for a villain character in a comic book.

“My body and suits don’t get along well,” Dreamer jokes over the phone.

The suit, according to Dreamer, is one of the few things in his life today that doesn’t fit. Now 41, the Connecticut resident spends his days doing, well, whatever pleases him. It could be shooting scenes for the sci-fi flick Sensory Perception, which comes out next year. It could be helping friends do construction work. And he figures he’s only had about two weekends since he left WWE that hasn’t involved him being inside the squared circle -- continuing the career he started at 18 that earned him the title “The Innovator of Violence.”

These days, Dreamer seems just plain innovative.

“It’s pretty funny, I consider myself semi-retired, but I work more than ever,” says Dreamer, who will compete at Carle Place High School during the Family Wrestling Entertainment promotion’s debut Long Island show Saturday at 7:30 p.m., in a four-way elimination FWE Title bout with Brian Kendrick, Carlito and Jay Lethal. “I didn’t want to find a second career, but sometimes I don’t know what to do with myself.”

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