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Local Woman's Mission to Help First Responders

JUNE 3, 2019

  CAC's Carol Castle, founder of the Minnesota Wrestling Hall of Fame, is on a mission to help first responders with mental health.  She�s expanding the program to bring public awareness to the double and triple suicide rates among first responders.  Read her story and watch CCX Media's video.

Video & story HERE.

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3D: Dick, Destroyer, Doctor X

MAY 31, 2019

by Mike Lano

  Dr. Mike Lano pens an informative article about the legendary "Sensational, Intelligent Destroyer" in his latest edition of "Canvas Cavity."

Read the article HERE.

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MAY 29, 2019

by Herb Simmons

  Bruiser Brody was remembered once again at the 2019 Bruiser Brody-Larry Matysik memorial show in East Carondelete, Illinois, and a new SICW champion is crowned.

Read the article HERE.

The Destroyer, Dick Beyer

Legendary Buffalo pro wrestler Dick 'The Destroyer' Beyer dies at 88

MARCH 7, 2019

by Jason Wolf

  Dick "The Destroyer" Beyer, a Buffalo native regarded by many as the greatest masked professional wrestler of all time, and Ilio DiPaolo were close friends ever since they first met in the early 1960s.  Beyer, a four-time world champion, died peacefully in his bed on Thursday afternoon at his home in Akron, surrounded by his wife and all of his children, his son Kurt Beyer confirmed.  He was 88.

Read more of the article HERE.

Bret Hart

Bret Hart Defeats Prostate Cancer

NOVEMBER 5, 2018

by Michele Sponagle

  The retired Canadian pro wrestler — and the 2008 CAC Iron Mike winner — known across the world for being the best there is, was, or ever will be — was not going to be pinned to the mat without one hell of a fight.  Bret Hart first learned he might have prostate cancer in the fall of 2013.  A routine physical included a blood test that looked at his prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels.  His elevated PSA levels led his doctor to believe he had a slow-growing type of prostate cancer.  Active surveillance meant Hart would have to undergo a biopsy and have regular blood tests to track the disease's progression.

Read more of the article HERE.

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