Louis Mucciolo aka Louie Spicolli (February 10, 1971 - February 15, 1998) was an American professional wrestler.



Louie Spicolli was a Los Angeles-based wrestler who made appearances for many independent companies including National Wrestling Conference, American Wrestling Federation (AZ), United Wrestling Association (where he teamed with Ricki Ataki and feuded with Stephan de Leon, Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling, International Wrestling Federation (CA), Universal Wrestling Federation (Herb Abrams) and John Arezzi's Weekend of Champions weekend in New York.


Spicolli also wrestled in the territorial system for Smoky Mountain Wrestling (where he challenged Chris Candido for the US Jr Heavyweight title), United States Wrestling Association, Global Wrestling Federation, NWA New Jersey and World Class Wrestling Association.


He also toured internationally for World Wrestling Association (where he won the WWA World Trios title three times) and Asistencia Asesoría y Administración in Mexico and Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling in Japan.

Major Companies

Louie also made a splash in the American major leagues, wrestling for American Wrestling Association, Extreme Championship Wrestling, in the World Wrestling Federation as Rad Radford teaming with The Bodydonnas and finally in World Championship Wrestling as an associate of The New World Order and color commentator for WCW Thunder.

Tragically, Louie Spicolli was found dead in his home on the January 15, 1998 from a pain killer overdose.

In wrestling

  • Theme music
    • “Louie, Louie” by John Belushi (ECW)
    • “Rad's Theme” by Jim Johnson (WWF)

Championships and accomplishments

External links

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