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Argenis & AAA Parting Ways, Kurt Angle To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award

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WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle will receive a lifetime achievement award from the Cauliflower Alley Club. This will take place at the 58th annual CAC Reunion dinner from August 19th through the 21st.

You can check out the official announcement below:

Wrestling Legend Kurt Angle to Receive Prestigious Lou Thesz/Art Abrams Lifetime Achievement Award!
Oh, it’s true! It’s true! It’s damn true!

The Cauliflower Alley Club (CAC) is thrilled to announce that Olympic Gold Medalist, multi-time World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion, and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Hall of Famer Kurt Angle has been selected as the latest recipient of the esteemed Lou Thesz/Art Abrams Lifetime Achievement Award. This prestigious honor will be presented to Angle during the 58th annual CAC Reunion, taking place from August 19-21 at the Plaza Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Kurt Angle’s illustrious career is a testament to his unparalleled talent, dedication, and passion for the sport of wrestling. A decorated athlete, Angle’s journey began on the amateur wrestling mats, where he secured an Olympic Gold Medal at the 1996 Atlanta Games (with a broken frickin’ neck), demonstrating his exceptional skill and tenacity. Transitioning to professional wrestling, Angle quickly became a household name in WWE, capturing the WWE Championship multiple times and earning a reputation as one of the most technically proficient and charismatic performers in the industry. In 2000 he was named as the CAC’s Future Legend Award winner.

Beyond his in-ring success, Kurt Angle has been a true ambassador for the sport, known for his philanthropic efforts and unwavering commitment to giving back to the wrestling community, both amateur and professional. His induction into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017 solidified his legacy as one of the all-time greats, and his numerous accolades, including King of the Ring (2000) and various other championships across multiple wrestling promotions, further highlight his extraordinary career.

The Lou Thesz/Art Abrams Award is a fitting recognition for Angle’s remarkable contributions to professional wrestling. Named in honor of the legendary Lou Thesz and Art Abrams, this award nominee must have had a strong amateur grounding, as well as a widely recognized, widely respected professional wrestling career.

Wrestlers, fans, and those involved in the professional wrestling business will not want to miss this momentous occasion. Tickets for the 58th annual CAC Reunion banquet are on sale now on the CAC website. By attending and/or becoming a CAC member, you’ll be supporting the CAC’s noble mission to provide financial assistance to wrestlers in need at a time when they most need it.

Join us in celebrating the extraordinary achievements of Kurt Angle and many other 2024 CAC Award Honorees over the course of three days in Las Vegas. Secure your tickets today and be part of an unforgettable event this August!

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the CAC website now. Don’t miss your chance to honor a true wrestling icon and support a cause that makes a difference in the lives of wrestlers everywhere.

Lucha wrestler Argenis took to Instagram today to announce that he’s departing AAA, where he has worked for the past 16 years. You can check out his official announcement below:

“It is always difficult to start this kind of message, and I want to start by saying thank you. Thanks to AAA for these 16 years, where I met wonderful people along the way, with whom I shared more than just an adventure, many that I can call friends and some that I can call carnal.

Thanks also to all the fans for allowing me to share with them.

To Dorian Roldan, Maricela Peña, Licenciado Roldan, and Jorge Torres for helping Argenis reach many parts of the world.

Thanks for everything but it is time to look for my origins.”

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