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      The Cauliflower Alley Club is pleased to announce that Lisa Marie Varon, better known as Victoria and Tara in the squared circle, will be honored at the upcoming CAC Reunion with a women’s wrestling award!

       

      The women’s wrestling award originated in 1996 and has a long-standing tradition of honoring the best female wrestlers of all time. This prestigious list includes the Fabulous Moolah, Judy Grable, Luna Vachon, Beverly Shade, Lisa Moretti, Molly Holly, Cheerleader Melissa, and many more. Lisa Marie is certainly a worthy addition to this list, and joins Beth Phoenix, Gail Kim, and Malia Hosaka as part of 2015’s amazing class of female honorees!

       

       

      From CAC board member David Buckler:

       

      “Lisa Marie has always been one of my favorite female performers because of her incredible versatility. She worked great programs with so many of the era’s top stars and found success in both WWE and TNA. She also displayed great artistry in creating her character, which in combination with her excellent ring work, makes her truly unique. Her Widow’s Peak is one the coolest finishers of all time. My friend in Chicago knows Lisa Marie pretty well and said she’s a true class act, which is no surprise. Lisa Marie is a real stand-out in the history of women’s wrestling!”

       

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