NWA/EWF Remembers Louie Spicolli
February marks the anniversary of Louie’s passing. (Born February 10, 1971 – Passed February 15, 1998) Louie performed in Mexico’s AAA promotion under the ring name Madonna’s Boyfriend, for the World Wrestling Federation he worked as Rad Radford, and in Extreme Championship Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling in the 1990s as Louie Spicolli. He is sometimes credited as being the inventor of the Death Valley Driver finisher. Louie is missed dearly by those who knew him, and Louie was a member of the early days of the EWF as he battled the likes of Bobby Bradley, Cincinnati Red, among others. Louie was not married and didn’t leave behind any children, and for that reason the Empire Wrestling Federation wishes to hold an event in the memory of Louie with part of the proceeds going to the Red Cross to be used towards the Haiti earthquake victims. It is our way for Louie to be remembered and for his name to make some impact in a very positive way. We will have a donation box at our upcoming EWF event so that we can raise as much as possible to help the victims of these tragic earthquake, with the goal to raise as much as we can to deliver the Red Cross on Feb 19th. Save that date on your calendar.