Harold Hogue (Ice Train) passes away

Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2024/01/23/harold-hogue-ice-train-passes-away/

The news was shared by DDP. 

At the age of 56 years old, Harold Hogue a.k.a. Ice Train passed away. His passing was sharing by Diamond Dallas Page via Instagram and Page wrote the following about his friend and former WCW colleague: 

It was so Sad to hear, that one of my closest brothers is gone. Harold Houge aka H aka Ice Train aka Smooth was a warrior and one of the kindest people I’ve ever known. Our 30 year relationship was filled with laughter & brotherhood. We were always there for each other. Our families are one family. One of my fondest memories was the Christmas the two of us headed into the inner city to help many of the less fortunate families have a better Christmas. As you can see we got on our favorite Christmas outfits and headed out to spread some cheer. I’ve also included one my favorite pictures of H & my mom Sylvia at Payge’s & my wedding. I will put up a tribute video up later next week. I just don’t have the strength to do it yet.
RIP my brother!
You will be missed but never forgotten!
Much Love & Respect🙏

Hogue began his in-ring career in the early 1990s with WCW. He was a part of the company until it closed and that’s when his in-ring career came to an end. 

In 2019, Hogue competed in Hanover, Germany and wrestled Dave Taylor in a bout that went to a non-contest. 

POST Wrestling would like to send our condolences to the family, friends and loved ones of Harold Hogue a.k.a. Ice Train.

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Damn! I liked Ice Train as a kid watching early 90’s WCW (93-95 to be exact) and his tag team with Scott (Fire) Norton was a run act. His ‘M.I Smooth’ character however was wasted untapped potential and I though it could have been bigger than it was presented.

R.I.P Ice Train!