The Cauliflower Alley Club Reunion: A REAL Tradition Unlike Any Other
As a Wrestling fan there is one great question that needs to be asked; Which wrestling convention would I go to? There are plenty of good conventions across the United States, but nothing can compare to the great conventions held by the Cauliflower Alley Club. The conventions the CAC has held over the years in nothing short of spectacular when it comes to the annual banquets, meeting wrestling stars of the past and present, and of course great on-ring action. It is truly an amazing atmosphere over there. Started in 1965 By the late Mike Mazurki and Art Abrams, the CAC reunion events were a once-in-a-lifetime experience for not just young up-and-coming wrestlers and the fans, but also for the veterans of the squared circle to meet some of the best the wrestling industry has to offer. From the historic Hollywood venues of the past to the glamorous Las Vegas of recent years, the CAC has a way of doing big things for their members and fans. From the actual Wrestling events to the dinner it really is an amazing time to be a wrestling fan. The best thing about this event is that fans will have a rare opportunity to rub elbows with the wrestling elite, journalists, avid supporters, and promoters who help make this event so successful over the years. Without these individuals, we wouldn't be watching wrestling at all; just something else. The business is loaded with amazing talent and the fact that they will all be in one place is downright incredible. The CAC event is this coming weekend, and its going to be an amazing couple of days to be a wrestling fan. To learn more about The Ring Of Friendship, visit caulifloweralleyclub.org for more information. If you’re attending the events, check it out, it is downright amazing. If you’re not attending, you’re missing out on all the fun. If you are planning to attend in the future, see why the Cauliflower Alley Club to quote broadcaster Jim Nantz, is “a tradition unlike any other.” Follow me on Twitter @matthewhollie.