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Frankie Kazarian talks WWE, TNA, ROH, and more

One half of Ring of Honor’s The Addiction, Frankie Kazarian (CAC’s 2005 Future Legend award winner) recently took some time to participate in an exclusive interview with PWMania.com. He opens up about his time with WWE and TNA, working in Ring of Honor and more. Here are some highlights from the interview:   His time in WWE: My […]

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Congratulations to Tom Simon!

CAC member Tom Simon, shown here interviewing the one-and-only Rock Riddle, received some exciting news recently.  Tom shared the following on his Facebook page: Well, I got some great news today. I have been talking to some folks from the Arkansas Travelers and we have agreed on a date for my next adventure in life. […]

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CAC Honoree Hired by WWE

According to PWInsider, former ROH booker, NWA World Champion, and CAC honoree Adam Pearce has been hired by WWE as a full-time coach and producer. Pearce will be working out of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando.  Pearce has worked as a guest trainer several times in the past but has reportedly just now signed […]

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The Official 2015 CAC Reunion Photo Gallery!

Here is the official 2015 CAC Reunion Photo Gallery!  This images are a great reminder of the time we spent together in Las Vegas celebrating the 50th anniversary of this remarkable organization. The Board of Directors hopes you enjoy the photos, and we’d like to thank each individual who submitted photos for inclusion in this […]

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Much More Than Just a “Convention”

Much More Than Just a “Convention” By Seth D. Witz, a.k.a Fish n Chips Wilson I was sitting in the T.G.I.Friday’s at The Gold Coast Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, meandering over a breakfast of eggs and hash browns, and a bottomless cup of black coffee, when who should walk in but none […]

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Meet the man behind the mask

By RON KANTOWSKI, LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL: It was the final day of the Cauliflower Alley Club convention for old pro wrestlers at the Gold Coast, and “The Destroyer/Doctor X” was running late. That’s just how it is with masked men. With the exception of Batman and the Lone Ranger, they rarely show up on time. […]

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