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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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Recent interview with legend Nikita Koloff

WrestlingINC staff member Raj Giri recently spoke to former NWA / WCW Superstar Nikita Koloff about his time in the business, never signing with WWE, his new show Preachers’ Daughters on Lifetime and more. You can watch episodes of Preachers’ Daughters on Lifetime today, the full schedule is at this link. Here is the interview, in its entirety: WrestlingINC: You were first discovered by Road Warrior […]

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CAC honoree Tammy Sytch inducted into the NE Pro Wrestling HOF

This past weekend in Fairhaven, MA, the New England Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame inducted their class of 2013 honorees, a class that included 1996 CAC honoree and former WWE Diva Tammy Sytch (Sunny), the Powers of Pain (Warlord and Barbarian), Mr. Fuji, , Kevin Sullivan, Nelson Frazier (Viscera), and several others. The induction ceremonies were hosted by WWE legend Howard Finkle and CAC host Arda Ocal, It was […]

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Catching up with Terry Leavitt – his inspirational story continues!

Editor’s note: Terry Leavitt is a big pro wrestling fan who experienced an unfortunate accident as a young man.  Despite his handicaps, he was able to attend the 2012 CAC Reunion and even met his idol “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.  He also made many friends at the reunion who saw what a great guy he […]

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Dave Burzynski’s photos preserves Detroit Wrestling

From 1965 to 1974, CAC member, Dave Burzynski said he only missed two shows at the Cobo arena; both were because he was working in Los Angeles for a month. But as the memories of Detroit’s wrestling history fades with the repurposing of its most famous venue into a large ballroom, Burzynski has worked to […]

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