Billy Corgan on the Future of Wrestling

By TheRinger.com’s David Shoemaker and The Masked Man:  Last year Billy Corgan—most famous for being the creative force behind Smashing Pumpkins—bought and revived—the National Wrestling Alliance, the most storied brand in pro wrestling. On October 21, the NWA will hold its 70th-anniversary show in Nashville, Tennessee. This week, Corgan sat down with David Shoemaker on The Masked Man Show to discuss the upcoming […]

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Larry Hennig Joins CAC Radio to Discuss Special Honor

2015 Iron Mike Mazurki Honoree Larry “The Axe” Hennig joins Jim Valley and MK on this episode of CAC Radio. Larry is receiving one of the world’s highest honors: he’s getting a beer named after him. It’s called “The Axe is Back” Imperial Pecan Brown.   We talk about the beer, his time in growing […]

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Bret Hart Defeats Prostate Cancer

By Michele Sponagle, ca.editorial@mediaplanet.com The retired Canadian pro wrestler — and the 2008 CAC Iron Mike winner – known across the world for being the best there is, was, or ever will be — was not going to be pinned to the mat without one hell of a fight. Bret Hart first learned he might […]

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Time to Get Ready for the 54th Reunion!

Hello CAC Members! This is our first of monthly updates leading up to the Cauliflower Alley Club’s 54th annual reunion in Las Vegas. It’s time to start making your plans to join us, April 29ththrough May 1st, where there will be lots of activities and exciting happenings. In addition, there is a new tool for […]

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Remembering CAC Honoree Alan Koss

Sadly we lost our friend Alan Koss recently. He was a club honoree and an important member of the CAC’s Ring of Friendship. In tribute to Alan we wanted to repost his appearance on CAC Radio in the summer of 2015. We hope you enjoy this as a special reflection of this great man. Hello […]

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Grizzlies Pay Tribute to Local Wrestling Past

Memphians get it. The sweet spot where sports & entertainment meet. Whether on a mat, in a studio or up & down the hardwood, we go against the grain and celebrate our culturally unique style, flair, and an appreciation for a comeback story. The Main Event uniform revives a beloved intersection of Memphis sports & […]

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CAC Honoree’s Father Featured in Netflix Series

The Netflix series Medal of Honor tonight will feature Sgt Eddie Carter Sr who was awarded the medal a few years ago by the Obama Administration posthumously as one of 56 black soldiers who were passed over for racial reasons. Sgt Carter is the father of CAC honoree Buddha Kahn aka Eddie Carter Jr. He […]

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Local Civil Engineer Strives to Ensure Public Safety

By Rick Aaron, www.good4utah.com SANDY (ABC4 News) – During the week a local civil engineer strives to ensure public safety his weekend activities are not safe – or even civil! Monday through Friday CAC member and radio host Matthew Roblez works in an office but when Saturday night rolls around he’s no longer Matthew. He […]

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Chris Jericho Appears on “The Dennis Miller Option”

Dennis Miller talks to Chris Jericho about growing up in Winnipeg, wanting to be a rock star and a wrestler instead of playing hockey, his thoughts about the WWE’s Roman Reigns announcing he step aside from wrestling so that he can battle leukemia and the importance of storylines in the WWE. Chris also discusses his […]

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Dick Slater and the Death of the Old School

By Oliver Lee Bateman, TheRinger.com: As the 1980s drew to a close, Ted Turner’s Atlanta-based World Championship Wrestling found itself laden with a roster of aging tough guys, many from the South and Southwest, who had enjoyed their greatest fame during the territorial era. “Dirty” Dick Slater, who died last week at age 67, was […]

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Billy Corgan Releases Statement On NWA 70 Technical Difficulties

Smashing Pumpkins frontman and NWA owner Billy Corgan recently posted a lengthy statement on the NWA Instagram page following the recent NWA 70 show out of Nashville, Tennessee. Corgan addresses the unfortunate broadcasting difficulties the event suffered from and admits that the show did not meet his standards from a technical standpoint. He does however, […]

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Roman Reigns Reveals Leukemia Battle, Relinquishes Championship

By Tony Maglio and Jeremy Fuster, MSN.com: WWE Superstar Roman Reigns (real name Joe Anoa’i) revealed Monday on “Raw” that he’s been battling leukemia for 11 years. Unfortunately, the disease is back. Per WWE, Reigns is “taking a leave of absence” to fight the disease, which “had been in remission since late 2008.” “Reigns is […]

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Original GLOW Girl Roxy Astor Joins CAC Radio

On this new episode of CAC Radio we go back to the future! Cohosts Jim Valley (@JimValley) and MK (@themkbandit) welcome a member of the original Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, Roxy Astor, to the program. She talks about the upcoming “AfterGLOW 80’s Musical Experience!”, the impact of GLOW, and much more. Find out more information […]

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Former Wrestler Dick Slater Dies at Age 67

By Jenna West, SI.com writer: Former professional wrestling star “Dirty” Dick Slater has died at age 67, WWE confirmed in a statement. Born Richard Van Slater, he was an amateur wrestler—and teammate of Paul Orndorff’s—at the University of Tampa. His professional career took off in the early 1970s, particularly in Georgia Championship Wrestling. The Florida […]

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