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RIP: “The Great” Mae Young

Mae Young, 90, almost surely the most storied of the lady wrestlers, passed away on January 14, 2014 in Columbia, South Carolina. She had been in worsening health for a number of weeks. Mae wrestled in an astounding nine different decades, a feat that’s unlikely to ever be matched by any wrestler, male or female. […]

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CAC extends condolences to Bobby Simmons who lost his beloved wife Debi Saturday December 14, 2013

Debi Simmons, wife of CAC member, Bobby Simmons passed away Saturday December 14, 2013.  Debi had been in the hospital the past several days.  The Cauliflower Alley Club extends condolences to Bobby, a lifelong friend to the club.  We wish you and your family the best during this difficult time. 2013 has been a extremely […]

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Recap of the “Mad Dog” Vachon tribute on In Your Head Wrestling Radio

Recap of  the Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon tribute on In Your Head Wrestling Radio, dated November 27, 2013 by Vic Schiavone Hosts Jack E. Jones and One Inch Biceps paid tribute to the late Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon, who passed away on November 21, 2013. Several associates of the Mad Dog shared their memories of […]

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WWE pays tribute to WWE Hall of Famer Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon

WWE honors Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon with this special video tribute:

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Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon dead at 84 years old

Greg Oliver, the Producer of SLAM! Wrestling is reporting that Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon, one of the greatest heels of all-time and a former Canadian Olympic wrestler, passed away this morning at 4 a.m. in Omaha, Nebraska. He was 84 years of age. Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon was honored by the Cauliflower Alley Club when […]

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RIP: CAC Life Member Roland Alexander

CAC Life member, Roland Alexander, the San Francisco-based promoter of APW, died yesterday. A major supporter of the CAC, Roland required all of his new trainees to become CAC members. Our deepest condolences to Roland’s family, friends, students and fans on his passing.

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