Eddie Guerrero started in the WWF
on January 31st 2000 in a WWE Raw show.
But was injured in his 1st match.
Eddie returned to the WWF
as Latino Heat. Eddie won his 1st WWF title the European
Championship on April 3rd 2000. But
on November 9th 2001, Eddy Guerrero was caught with a DUI and was releases.
Eddie Guerrero came back to the WWF in April 2002. With a feud with Rob
Van Dam. Winning his 2nd WWF Intercontinental Championship from
Eddie had many feuds with Rob Van
Stone Cold Steve Austin, Ric Flair and Edge.
Then Eddie Guerrero witched to WWE Smackdown.
Eddie partnered up with his nephew Chavo Guerrero calling themselves Los
Eddie and Chavo won the WWE Tag Team
Championship. Later Eddie Guerrero teamed up with Tajiri.
In July 2003 won the WWE United States
Championship. And had the Tag Team Championship at the same
time. Feuding with The Big Show.
In January 29th 2004 Eddie won a 15 man Royal
Rumble and won a shot at the title. And won the WWE
Championship. After losing the title he teaming up with Rey
Mysterio and also feuding with him. And became friends with Batista.
Eddie wrestled his last match on November
11th 2005 in WWE Smackdown.
Winning the fight against Mr. Kennedy. But on November 13th 2005
was found unconscious in his Hotel room by Chavo, who tried to give him
CPR. But pronounced dead when the paramedic's came. Eddie
died from arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease a heart acute.
The WWE had a tribute in his honor.
And released Viva La Raza DVD in his honor (available below)
Did you know?
- Eddie Guerrero was born into a Mexican
- Guerrero had substance abuse problems
with alcohol and painkillers
- Chavo Guerrero
and Gobbledy Gooker are Eddie Guerrero's
- Eddy Guerrero was married to Vickie
- Eddie is the 2nd ever Latino WWE
Champion in history
- On April 1st 2006, Eddie was placed in
the WWE Hall of Fame.
- Chavo, Rey
Mysterio, and Christian
tribute by doing the Frog Splash on there opponents.
- Eddie was fought to be doing steroids
- Guerrero was known for his "I
Lie, I Cheat, I Steal" motto
- Eddie was trained by Chavo Guerrero,
Hector Guerrero and