Spike Huber

Thanks to http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com I have found the house show results of a  NWA show I went to in 1988. I was 11. I was probably also wearing Sting face paint and a British Bulldog t-shirt and ate a WWF ice cream bar before the show.

JCP @ Peoria, IL – Civic Center – March 20, 1988 (matinee)
Larry Cameron defeated Johnny Love
Steve Regal defeated Spike Huber
Ron Garvin defeated Ivan Koloff
The Road Warriors defeated the Powers of Pain via disqualification
NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Sting


  1. Thank you so much for reminding of of what this web address was. I remember going to it a couple years ago and saw the results of the first house show I went to at the Assembly Hall in Champaign where the Bulldogs losts to Demolition. I was probably 8 years old and I struck up a coversation with a guy probably in his late teens or early 20s. I remember not understanding why he liked a lot of the bad guys, but we agreed that we both liked the Bulldogs.

    • Owen says:

      What was the date of the Assembly Hall show? I went to a show in Champaign when I was a kid so there’s a chance it was the same one. Sounds like you talked to an early smart mark. Probably read the Wrestling Observer. 🙂 And who didn’t like the Bulldogs? Dynamite was a bad ass.

  2. November 5, 1988 was the date.

    I have no recollection of the Brain Busters vs. Young Stallions, and I could’ve sworn Hogan vs. Bossman was a cage match but maybe that was another Assembly Hall house show.

    I remember also starting a “baldie” chant for Ron Bass as it was during his angle with Beefers after he got his head shaved.

  3. I just heard an interview on the Heroes of World Class DVD that Spike Huber is Dick the Bruiser’s son-in-law. How about that?