Cauliflower Alley Club Tag

Posted On April 12, 2012By StaffIn News

Tough Enough Contestant Calls Out Austin, Nash-Hall, WWE DVDs

- For some reason, WWE’s European DVD distributor Silvervision was forced to remove the listings for WrestleMania 28, WWE’s Clash of the Champions DVD and the ECW Unreleased Volume 1. They wrote: “Unfortunately we have had to remove WrestleMania 28, The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions and ECW Unreleased Vol 1 from the website for the time being. At this point I have no more information and should you require a refund then please contact customer services on or 020 8292 4875. We apologise for any inconvenience”Read More

Posted On November 10, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

Wrestling Legend Killer Karl Kox Passes Away

The official website of the Cauliflower Alley Club states Killer Karl Kox, a headliner in the 1960s and 1970s, died Thursday at the age of 80. Kox, whose real name is Herb Gerwig, suffered a fatal heart attack Thursday morning while hospitalized. He had been hospitalized due to a massive heart attack he suffered on October 20, 2011. The National Wrestling Association issued a statement regarding his passing: “The Cauliflower Alley Club is reporting the death earlier today of Killer Karl Kox. Kox wrestled all over the world and wasRead More

Posted On June 1, 2011By StaffIn News

Kharma Blogs On Her Jim Ross Comments On WWE Raw

Kharma started her own blog at and here is what she wrote about her promo from RAW this past Monday: “I’ve been told that a lot of people are taking pot shots at Jim Ross lately. If @JRsBBQ hadn’t shot from the hip all those years ago, I wouldn’t of had the fire to succeed as much as I did. I wouldn’t of had the strength to sacrifice being with my family, my country, my native tongue to live in Japan for 6 years and learn this craft. IRead More
Kia Stevens, better known as Awesome Kong, was honored as an active wrestler last week at the annual Cauliflower Alley Club reunion in Las Vegas, Nevada. She thanked Antonio Inoki for getting her to Japan, where she learned the ropes. She discussed her TNA Wrestling tenure without any bitterness, as well as joining WWE. She notably said she made it in wrestling without being a “skinny bitch.” She also praised Jim Ross and Steve Austin, whom she had met at a prior Cauliflower Alley Club event, for opening the doorRead More