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Wrestling’s Oldest Living ‘Territory Days’ Commentator Passes Away

Wrestling’s Oldest Living ‘Territory Days’ Commentator Passes Away By Dr. Mike Lano Walt Harris was an amazing broadcaster. He was already an on-air television news anchor but had done weather and sports for years prior at what is now the Fox TV affiliate for all of northern California(KTVU-channel 2 which had the same call letters […]

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Brickhouse Brown’s Funeral Information

Recently CAC President/CEO Brian Blair spoke with Brickhouse Brown’s mother, Miss Victoria Timmons, and she wanted to say “thank you” to all the CAC members, as well as the board, for everyone’s efforts to help her son Frederick.   She wants to extend an invitation to all CAC members to attend Brickhouse Brown’s funeral which […]

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Missing Our Friends Who Passed

Missing Our Friends Who Passed Today By Mike Lano Reeling as we all are today from hearing about the loss of three wrestling family members. Two who’d been to CAC’s including wonderful Brickhouse Brown who was just with us at CAC/Vegas last month. We all know how much CAC was helping he and his wife […]

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Don Fraser’s Legacy & California Boxing Hall of Fame Class of 2018

Bill Dempsey Young & myself, Linda Dempsey Young have been with Don Fraser for many years since the Spaghetti Factory in Hollywood. We helped Don with his first program for California Boxing Hall of Fame. CBHOF was established from the Golden State Boxer’s Association which was established from the Cauliflower Alley Club. We have a […]

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Wrestling Documentary Gets The Red Carpet Treatment

Wrestling Documentary Gets The Red Carpet Treatment Story by CAC Photographer, Dr Mike Lano  350 Days(Legends, Champions, Survivors) is the name of a new pro wrestling documentary film directed by Fulvio Cecere. It refers back to the territory days on through the 1980’s where “350 days” were typically the number of recognized days worked by […]

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‘Vader’ Leon White Dead at Age 63

Leon White, the football star turned professional wrestler known as Vader and Big Van Vader, has died. He was 63 years old, and had been battling numerous health issues in recent years.  WWE.com reported that White died on Monday night, June 18; White’s son said he died around 7:25 p.m. local time in Colorado. He […]

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A Sad Good-Bye to Annette

We at the Cauliflower Alley Club are all saddened to hear the news that Morgan Dollar’s wife, Annette, has passed away this week. She loved the CAC and was always by Morgan’s side, a loving partner. We will miss you Annette. RIP

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The Mystery “X” Attacker is CAC Honoree

Courtesy of ProWrestling.com:  On Impact Wrestling tonight, the long-awaited reveal of the Mystery X Attacker took place at the end of the show.  After the main event match, the camera cut to the back and revealed Petey Williams standing over another victim and holding the X card. This lead to Sonjay Dutt arriving on the scene […]

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The Blessed Life of ‘Buddha Khan’ Eddie Carter

Editor’s note: Sadly 2014 CAC honoree and former board member ‘Buddha Khan’ Eddie Carter passed away on May 16, 2018. We at the Cauliflower Alley Club express our deepest condolences to his family and friends during this trying time. Viewing will be held on May 23, 2018 from 5:30pm-8:00pm PST Funeral will be held on […]

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Jim Valley Appears on WOL Radio

Wrestling Observer Live with Mike Sempervive is back — now without Bossman. Well, just for today. But, never fear, just back from the annual Cauliflower Alley Club convention, Jim Valley joins us to talk all about the 53rd edition of the most famous reunion and benevolence event in ringed sport. Mike is joined by Jim […]

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