The WWE-ification of UFC

By Chuck Mindenhall, staff member of TheRinger.com The brawl that broke out after Khabib Nurmagomedov’s victory over Conor McGregor at UFC 229 on Saturday night has now officially become, as UFC president Dana White might say, “part of the story.” Whenever the UFC decides to schedule the McGregor–Khabib Nurmagomedov rematch, you can count on seeing […]

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Women’s Wrestling Icon Trish Stratus a Humble Trailblazer

By Natalya Neidhart: This week on Twitter, @mickeymua asked me if I could step in the ring with any woman from the past, who would it be? Two words: Trish. Stratus. [CAC honoree] Trish is a seven-time WWE women’s champion and one of the most iconic women to ever set foot in the ring. She’s […]

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Travis Orndorff Shares Stories About His Father

CAC Radio is back! Join cohosts Jim Valley (@JimValley) and MK (@themkbandit) as they welcome their special guest Travis Orndorff to the program.  He updates his father’s health and the latest situation with Paul’s house.  In addition, Travis tells some never-before-heard stories about growing up as the son of Mr. Wonderful and spending time around […]

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WWE And NJPW Interested In Signing CAC Honoree

By Marc Middleton: WWE officials are interested in signing Impact Wrestling star Killer Kross, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. No word yet on if WWE has put feelers out to Kross but they are interested in the 33 year old because of his size and look. Kross stands at 6 foot 4 inches and […]

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RIP to Legend Don Leo Jonathan

By Anthony Chapman: WWE legend Don Leo Jonathan has died at the age of 87. The wrestling entertainment company confirmed the sad news on Sunday. Jonathan was a giant of a wrestler, standing at 6 foot 6 inches and weighing a whopping 340 pounds. His nickname was the ‘Mormon Giant’, while his daunting finish was […]

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The Old Men and the Ring

The Triple H–and-Undertaker rivalry rises from dead for ‘Super Show-Down,’ but will they have anything left? By Kenny Herzog, TheRinger.com: Twenty-two years ago, Triple H and the Undertaker had their first-ever singles match in the semifinals of WWE’s inaugural Kuwait Cup, doing battle to determine which of them would go on to face … Ahmed […]

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New York Jets to Celebrate Kids Day with WWE Superstars

Courtesy of WWE.com: Join Big Show, Bayley and Curt Hawkins at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey for a special Kids Day football celebration, as the New York Jets go head-to-head with the Denver Broncos in a fierce Week 5 showdown on Sunday, Oct. 7, at 1 p.m. (local time). WWE joins the Jets […]

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JBL Uses Rugby to Help Bermuda’s Kids

By Caleb Smith, SLAM! Wrestling: Most people just complain about trouble in their community or simply look the other way and hope the problem goes away. When former WWE champion John “JBL” Layfield saw social problems in the form of youth violence in his locality he decided to help make a change. In 2009, as […]

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Goodbye to Our Friend Carl France

The Cauliflower Alley Club was saddened to learn about the recent passing of our friend Carl France.  He attended many reunions and as CAC Executive Board Member Dean Silverstone said:  “I remember Carl quite well. He was a very polite, quiet, and courteous man.  He was well liked by all who took the time to […]

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WWE’s History of Video Games

Courtesy of WWE.com: With the release of the highly anticipated “WWE 2K19” on Oct. 9, join us on a pixelated journey through the history of sports-entertainment video games from the finest arcade action to the 8-bit glory of Nintendo to the mind-blowing graphics of today in this grapplin’ gaming retrospective. 1983: Tag Team Wrestling (Arcade) […]

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The Rock’s Daughter Training for WWE

Courtesy of Cassandra Negley, Yahoo.com Sports: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s daughter is taking the first steps into the family business. Simone Garcia Johnson, the oldest of The Rock’s three children, is training on a part-time basis at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando. The news was confirmed by Pro Wrestling Sheet and first reported by […]

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Wrestling’s Oldest Living ‘Territory Days’ Commentator Passes Away

Wrestling’s Oldest Living ‘Territory Days’ Commentator Passes Away By Dr. Mike Lano Walt Harris was an amazing broadcaster. He was already an on-air television news anchor but had done weather and sports for years prior at what is now the Fox TV affiliate for all of northern California(KTVU-channel 2 which had the same call letters […]

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Saluting Longtime CAC Member Bertrand Hebert

Saluting Longtime CAC Member Bertrand Hebert By Mike Lano Celebrated longtime wrestling expert, historian, book author and much more; Bertrand Hebert outdid himself this past CAC/Vegas with his seminar on the wonderful Montreal wrestling scene(which spotlit the important Vachon Grand Prix and Rougeau La Lutte groups and their territorial rivalry there in the early to […]

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Brickhouse Brown’s Funeral Information

Recently CAC President/CEO Brian Blair spoke with Brickhouse Brown’s mother, Miss Victoria Timmons, and she wanted to say “thank you” to all the CAC members, as well as the board, for everyone’s efforts to help her son Frederick.   She wants to extend an invitation to all CAC members to attend Brickhouse Brown’s funeral which […]

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