From 1992 to 1996, Harvey Dog assumed a new persona, through the channel of Pro Wrestling. He became The Prince of Pain. On occasion, he also wrestled as Sheer Terror & was a member of The Hollywood Hunks (with Kurt “The Warden” Pinder). This time period will be the basis for novel #2.
Known Results & Thank You’s
- Iron Man & Lone Wolf W Prince of Pain & Sheer Terror
- Shotgun Kid & Lone Wolf W Prince of Pain & Sheer Terror
- Hurricane Hugo W Prince of Pain
- Iron Man W Prince of Pain (as Sheer Terror)
- The Missing Link (Dewey Robertson) W Prince of Pain (as Sheer Terror)
- The Warden W Prince of Pain (as Sheer Terror)
- Iron Man W Prince of Pain – Exhibition Grounds CHIN Picnic
- Jumping Jason Stirling W Prince of Pain
- 3-4 Battle Royals
Many matches at the CWF Training Centre and other training facilities, including a hard-hitting 2 out of 3 falls match against The Missing Link. We hit each other over the head stiffly with Silent Brian Mackney’s motorcycle helmet. I had the
I was a referee for a number of matches including Terry Morgan vs. Jet Starr, Death By Destruction vs. Blondie, Lone Wolf vs. Steve Ocean (at a nudist colony!) & the full card at a Brantford, ON show promoted by Mad Dog Rex – my last time in the ring…my last bump…ironically from Terry Morgan (the man I first went to when wanting to get into wrestling) as he clotheslined me accidentally(?) in a match against Mad Dog Rex. I had to DQ him!
I met many incredible individuals during my time in wrestling, and I appreciate every single one – especially Jason Stirling. If it wasn’t for Jason training this old fart I would not have all these memories to look back upon. Layton Morrison for taking the extra time and being so patient as he taught me how to take bumps correctly. The Missing Link (he taught me so much about psychology!), Bullwhip Danny Johnson, Ricky Johnson, Steve Ocean, Mad Dog Rex, Terry Morgan – all were great teachers.
To all the wrestlers and referees (even Harry D – he always counted my pinfall attempts so slowly and my opponents too quickly!) that I was in the ring with…thank you!
It was disappointing that as I was becoming a little less green and had gained a touch (only a touch, but a touch nonetheless) of confidence, I injured my back in a battle royal at age 34. I wrestled a couple of more times until my upper body stopped moving while driving home after a match. I ended up in physiotherapy for 6 months. My back didn’t recover enough for me to make the big comeback. The mistake of starting at age 30. “I wouldn’t start wrestling at 30.” – Layton Morrison. Good advice!
1995: The Prince of Pain (as Sheer Terror) vs. The Warden. CWF.