Late, great Eddie Guerrero After being called “B + Player” by fans, it became a trend on Twitter earlier today.
Numerous wrestling personalities and fans tweeted on Twitter Reply Until the statement, fans stopped deleting the tweet. There was a remarkable answer WWE Hall of Fame Mick Foley, who said Eddie Guerrero was an A + player.
Eddie Guerrero was one of the most attractive WWE Superstars in the history of promotion. Guerrero passed away tragically in November 2005, leaving the world of wrestling in a state of shock.
What was the reason for Eddie Guerrero’s untimely passing?
Eddie Guerrero fought his last match in the victory over Mr. Kennedy on November 11, 2005 in the Sim Down edition. The win earned him a place in Team SmackDown for the 2005 Family Series.
On November 13, Eddie was found unconscious by his nephew and WWE superstar Chao Guerrero at the Marriott Hotel City Center in Minneapolis.
It was later Discovered During Eddie Guerrero’s autopsy, he died of a heart attack caused by atherosclerotic heart disease. Chau Guerrero was interviewed The dark side of the color In 2020, he said, Eddie “barely clung to life” when he found her.
Eddie Guerrero was one of the most famous wrestlers in the industry at the time of his death. Latino Hat is a WWE Hall of Famer, added in 2006. Eddie Cruiser was a weight star during the WCW race in the 90’s and established himself as a strong mid-card act after leaving WWE.
Eddie Guerrero was given a chance to shine in early 2004 when he defeated Brooke Lesnar for the WWE title in the main event at Nine Out. The title dubbed the victory one of the most heartbreaking moments in professional wrestling.
Eddie successfully defended his title against Kurt Angle at WrestleMania XX. He will lose to JBL in a Texas Blue Rope match at the Great American Bash. Eddie spent the rest of his WWE run on the Upper Mid Card.
However, his legacy in wrestling is almost unparalleled. Numerous superstars have credited Eddie with his career over the years. Eddie Guerrero really paved the way for many of the wrestlers we see on our screens today, and have rightly become one of the greatest athletes to do so.
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