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My Mom Is Still My Hero

Recently CAC member (and regular Reunion attendee ), Raven Lake retired from professional wrestling after a career spanning back to the 90′s. Her daughter, Bambi Hall is following in her mom’s foot steps. Recently SLAM! Wrestling ask Bambi Hall to discuss  her career from the beginning to where she is now, and what plans she has for […]

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PLEASE NOTE: A Microsoft error sent incorrect notices of expiring memberships!

PLEASE NOTE: A Microsoft error just sent out incorrect notices of expiring memberships! If you received a past due notice from the club and you know you’re a life member or current member, PLEASE disregard this notice. The Cauliflower Alley Club apologizes for an inconvenience.  

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Cullman Alabama’s Living Legend: Tom Drake

CAC Legal Advisor & previous Honoree, Tom Drake is Cullman Alabama’s Living Legend. Anyone that has had the opportunity to know Tom and his late wife Chris, knows Tom is a exceptional human being. One of the many great assets the CAC has on it’s board of directors. To read all about Tom and the […]

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BOOK REVIEW: “Second Blood Red Turns Dollar Green better than the first” by Bertrand Hebert

Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on http://slam.canoe.ca and was written by Bertrand Hebert. I have had the second volume of Blood Red Turns Dollar Green right at the top of my reading list for about two months, but I was very busy with different projects and frankly, I was a little worried. The first […]

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BOOK REVIEW: “Book proves Bobby Blaze a master storyteller” by Greg Oliver

Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on http://slam.canoe.ca and was written by Greg Oliver. Chances are you are only familiar with the name Bobby Blaze from his undercard days in WCW and his run in Jim Cornette‘s Smoky Mountain Wrestling. With his self-published book, though, Blaze is hopeful that ever more people get to know […]

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BOOK REVIEW: “Insight into Japan one great part of Stan Hansen book” by Greg Oliver

Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on http://slam.canoe.ca and was written by Greg Oliver. Sometimes an autobiography comes out that, for whatever reason, doesn’t get the attention it deserves. Maybe it is a small publisher, or the subject isn’t well-known enough, or doesn’t do the usual media rounds of interviews and podcasts. It certainly happened with […]

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