PRESIDENT CENA COMMENTS ON CAPTAIN LOU ALBANO & BJ RACE
Thursday, October 15th, 2009 * 12:51AM













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Millennium Wrestling  Federation President and minority owner John Cena Sr. released the following statement on the passings of BJ Race (wife of Harley Race) and Hall of Famer Captain Lou Albano:

I just recently finished being part of a shoot interview with King Harley Race.  What a tremendous individual and human being; a man who loves this business and his family.  As many of us have heard and read, he has lost his wife. I and all of the MWF staff and roster offer our condolences to Harley at the loss of his wife.  Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. 

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Remember, the calls in the crowd as they resounded with the echoing chant of, "Captain Lou, Captain Lou Albano."  The chants are silent now, as the captain like the waning leaf on the tree has been quietly rustled and has fallen peacefully to the earth in eternal peace and rest.  Today the wrestling world has lost another legend, another great.  Ernest Hemmingway once wrote a book entitled, "For Whom the Bell Tolls."  Today, my friends and wrestling fans it tolls for, Louis Albano, for you it tolls Captain Lou.  You will be missed, but never forgotten.  Our prayers are with your family as are our sympathies. 

A youngman for Italian descent
Decided to the wrestling world he was sent
A partner named Altimore he found
And as a team they made great sound
Beating the best and wrestling hard
To have them wrestle was a treat on any promoters card
Then the team split up and there was the end
The Scicilians had done it accomplished it all
And then on the scene Albano the manager appeared
He was wily and smart
He managed the best in his craft and his art
The Samoans, Valentine and Honky to name but a few
When the Captain managed then everyone knew
Loud and persistent he brought them to the gold
There was none better, fearless and bold
Captain Lou was determined and never would rest
That is Captain you only managed the best
Times have changed and moved along
Folks have forgotten "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" song
The leaves on the oak have gone from green to a rainbow of colors
As the breeze blows some fall quietly while others remain
But like time the breeze controls and soon none remain
Life was a journey, with many joys and some pains
The crowds at the arenas, the jeers and the cheers
A man called Captain Lou had earned the respect of his peers
But the oak and the leaves time moved slowly along
And now this passing of the Captain will resound with the song
And all will remember with fondness and joy that great legend whom we love to cheer or jeer
For the man like the leaf has quietly let go
And fallen asleep as he quietly let go
But the world remember and will quickly awake
When the words are uttered, Captain Lou, Captain Lou, Captain Lou