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Santana Garrett keeps on winning

Recently CAC Future Legend Santana Garrett successfully retained the Wonder of Stardom and NWA World Women’s Championship. She defeated Shaniah Arlyana, Grace Storm, and MJ Knight in a 4-way elimination match. That marked 302 days as the reigning NWA World Women’s Champion. This beats Nikki Bella’s 301 day reign as WWE Diva’s Champion. This Friday, Santana will be […]

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ECW Original Hack Meyers passes away

ECW Original Hack Meyers (Donald Haviland) has passed away due to complications from a recent brain surgery, according to PWInsider. He would have turned 42 this month.  It was reported back on November 16th that Axl Rotten noted on Twitter Hack was at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore the day before to undergo the surgery.

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Giant Haystacks sings “It’s OK For Santa”

A Christmas single released by Giant Haystacks in 1983 on Mach 1 Records. The song was written by Peter Baker, produced by Dave Eager and is published by Bojaque Music. Happy holidays!

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Memories from the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame

Mat Matters: Mulling the memories from the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame By Greg Oliver, Producer, SLAM! Wrestling Jon Soto, one of the hard-working volunteers at the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame in Amsterdam, New York, made a simple post yesterday to Facebook, with a lonely-looking photo, but it really struck home: “That’s all she […]

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RIP: Tommy Gilbert

The Cauliflower Alley Club has been advised that Tommy Gilbert passed away. Tommy was the father of the late “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert. Our condolences to the family, friends, and fans of Tommy Gilbert. Note: Photo courtesy of Scott Romer.

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The Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame is on the move

The Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame (PWHF) announced recently plans to relocate the organization’s headquarters, hall of fame and museum to Wichita Falls.  President of the PWHF, Johnny Mantell made the announcement during a ceremony at the new headquarters, which will be located in the Annex of the First Wichita Building, known locally as Big […]

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Remembering the Magnificent Nick Bockwinkel

By Brian Westcott:  One of the greatest second-generation wrestlers of all-time. Very intelligent, eloquent, and in the words of so many people who respected him, a true class act. Nick Bockwinkel represented pure class inside and outside the ring. He was born Nicholas Warren Francis Bockwinkel on December 6, 1934 in St. Louis, Missouri. Nick’s […]

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Chael Sonnen to receive George Tragos Award

Wrestling’s most colorful Mixed Martial Artist will be recognized by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum. Chael Sonnen will receive the George Tragos Award at the 2016 George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame induction weekend on July 14-16. All-access passes to the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame […]

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Big news about the Professional Wrestling HOF class of 2016

Courtesy of Greg Oliver, Producer, SLAM! Wrestling: Ten hut! Stand at attention, maggots, and give me … a hell yeah? The Class of 2016 for the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame has been announced and two of the biggest names are Sgt. Slaughter and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. But perhaps the bigger news is that […]

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Jim Brunzell to speak at the Minnesota Wrestling HOF

Attention all pro wrestling fans! You do NOT want to miss this! The Minnesota Wrestling Hall of Fame is proud announce the next in the Legends series, Minnesota Wrestler, Jim Brunzell. Jim will share his stories of traveling the wrestling road. In his career he has partnered with Greg Gagne as the High Flyers and Brian […]

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