It is 2013 right? Well yes it is if you’re an old school fan who grew up on tag team wrestling than you love what WWE is doing right now. Triple H AKA Paul Levesque is starting to get that trend back in the eyes of the WWE universe. He has taking a more of a backstage role if you didn’t know and was living under a rock for the past two years.
On this edition of CAC Radio, David and Morgan welcome CAC member and pro wrestling trainer Ron Hutchison. Ron has trained a list of who’s who in professional wrestling, including Edge, Christian, Gail Kim, Trish Stratus, and Beth Phoenix, and at this year’s CAC Reunion he gave his very first seminar in a public forum. We hope you enjoy our 25th edition of CAC Radio!
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Edge‘s WWE career was one filled with championships and glory. The WWE Hall of Famer’s career was cut short, but relive some of his greatest moments.
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The most recognized promotion in professional wrestling history will be the focal point of a special presentation during the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame weekend. Induction weekend is July 12-13 in Waterloo, Iowa, at the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum.
The Class of 2013 includes Ric Flair, “Cowboy” Bill Watts, Chris Taylor (posthumously), Edge (Lou Thesz Award), Jim Brunzell (Frank Gotch Award), Matt Hughes (George Tragos Award), and George Napolitano (Jim Melby Award).
Adam Copeland was honored at last evening’s Cauliflower Alley Club reunion with a CAC Men’s Wrestling Award. Adam was originally supposed to receive the award two years ago, but he was unable to attend the reunion at that time due to injury.
Adam was not on the original list of award recipients, so it was a nice surprise for him and a nice surprise for the people in attendance.
From the OWW staff – congratulations!
If you had a mess to clean up – a really big mess – you would call in a professional, right? Well, the small seaside town of Haven has dealt with more than its fair share of big messes over the years thanks to the “Troubles,” a supernatural curse that afflicts some of its townsfolk. Haven’s former sheriff, Garland Wuornos, who also suffered from the Troubles, had Dwight “The Cleaner” Hendrickson take care of such matters. Now his son and Haven’s new sheriff, Nathan Wuornos, also employs Dwight’s services.