By Ryan Clark | December 30, 2009
Following the match, Dreamer went on a speech thanking the old and the new ECW, and told the WWE Universe they are his family — a family he'll miss.
"Thank you so much. I love you all so much," he said, shedding a few tears.
With the loss, Dreamer — the last remaining member of Paul Heyman's ECW on the new age roster — left his prized ECW T-shirt in the ring. Amid chants from the ring, Dreamer paused to hug his wife (former ECW performer and Penthouse model Beulah McGillicutty) at ringside and carried his daughters up the ramp as he said goodbye one final time.
Dreamer is legitimately parting ways with World Wrestling Entertainment as he requested his release from the organization last week.
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