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RIP: CAC Member Chris Chesselet

CAC member Chris Chesselet passed away this past Dec. Chris was a regular at the CAC reunions the past several years. Chris was a disabled veteran of the United States Military. And at the time of his death resided in Eugene Oregon. Chris was a wrestling fan for many years. His all time favorite was […]

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RIP TITO MONTEZ , MAN OF THE PEOPLE

He began his pro wrestling career at the tender age of 16, and by the time he retired some 30 years later, Tito Montez had solidly cemented the bond between himself and fans in western America. Tito passed away at age 78 on January 30, 2013, in Oregon.  He had suffered with Alzheimerâ??s disease for […]

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RIP: Count Billy Varga

World Wrestling Champion Count Billy Varga passed away January 11, 2013 in Burbank. He was 94. Born in Cleveland, Ohio on January 10, 1919, he lived in Los Angeles for more than 70 years. His father, Count Joseph Varga was a prize Hungarian fighter who inspired his son to enter the ring. Both men went […]

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RIP: Past CAC President,Red Bastien

It is what it was, to employ a slight edit of Red Bastien’s favorite phrase, it is what it is.  And what it was, was a wonderful life lived by a unique man. Rolland Bastien to his legion of friends, and the uncounted masses who witnessed his ring exploits over the years  passed away in […]

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CAC mourns the loss of Chris Drake

Chris Drake, the long-time treasurer and legal counsel of the Cauliflower Alley Club and beloved wife of vice-president Tom Drake, has passed away in hospice care in Cullman, Alabama. Her wonderful life came to a close on the morning of September 26, 2011, after a lengthy illness. “Chris was so much more than the treasurer […]

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Things You Might Not Have Known About Jack Brisco

(I received this email in a chain of emails about Jack Brisco. After trailing it back to the original owner, Mark Nulty, I contacted him and ask his permission to post this on the CAC site. I would like to thank Mark for allowing us to use his material that describes Jack Brisco to a […]

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