Remembering Eddie Guerrero 16 years later.
Eddie’s death was one of the most shocking worldwide. Eddie Guerrero was a man who loved wrestling and loved the people he worked with, and when the news came out that he died from heart failure, it was unfortunate news for the whole wrestling community. Eddie wrestled in about every wrestling promotion from New Japan Wrestling to the WWE, but he electrified the crowd with his top rope high flying offense every time he got into the ring.
Early Life – Remembering Eddie Guerrero
Guerrero was born and raised in El Paso, Texas, graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School (La Jeff) in 1985. He attended the University of New Mexico and then New Mexico Highlands University on an athletic scholarship. It was there that Guerrero was a collegiate wrestler before moving to Mexico to train to become a professional wrestler. He followed the footsteps of his father and brothers and taught in Mexico. As a boy, he would attend his father’s wrestling promotions. He and his father’s nephew, Chavo Guerrero, who also ended up being very successful in the WWE, used to wrestle each other.
Pro Wrestling Carrer – Remembering Eddie Gurrero
Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (1986-1992) Mexico
Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion (1992-1995) Mexico
New Japan Pro-Wrestling (1992-1996)
Extreme Championship Wrestling (1995)
World Championship Wrestling (1989, 1991, 1995-2000)
Independent Circuit (2001-2002)
Return to New Japan Wrestling (2002)
Return to WWF/WWE (2002-2005)
My Faviorite Guerrero Match – Rembering Eddie Guerrero
My favorite Guerrero match of all time is probably everybody’s. He beat Brock Lesnar at No Way Out to win the WWE championship, as that was a night where the crowd was so electric. That night inspired many people who wrestle today to get into wrestling (Shasha Banks) as that match had so much hype, as when Guerrero won the number one contender. Match on smackdown; you still didn’t think. WWE would pull the trigger and put the belt on him. But they did, and it’s a moment we look back at now as one of the best in WWE history.
Eddie Guerrero left an impact on so many people with his fun and electric personality. But more than anything, Eddie was also one of the best to do it in all of pro wrestling, as he was a part of so many big moments. But Eddie, as I end this article and think I speak of all of the wrestling fans across the globe, I just wanted to thank you. Thank you for always being you and giving your all every time you got into that ring. You will go down as one of the best with all of your championships and your impact on pro wrestling.
Check Out Our Shop
Check Out Our Twitter