Chavo Guerrero recently appeared on the Wrestling Perspective podcast and explained why he doesn't know if he will ever retire as it seems to be not something the Guerrero family does: "Guerrero never retire. When I see the retirement match of Ric Flair, I'm like: Who is this? You just never really retire, I don't think I'll ever retire.
I fight three to four times a year. They're not great WrestleMania matches, I know where I am, but I keep fit all the time, so that every match I have, people can still say, What the hell man, you're dominating us all!' and I just say: I don't have to do it anymore for three hundred days a year so I can do it!" As we know Chavo was part of the WCW from 1996 to 2001, where he managed to take the Cruiserweight title on two occasions and was also a duo champion with Corporal Cajun.
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Chavo then joined WWE in 2001 before leaving the company a decade later in 2011. Guerrero won WWE Cruiserweight and Tag Titles with his uncle, Eddie Guerrero on two separate occasions. But most recently he was inducted into All Elite Wrestling as the manager of Andrade El Idolo, after Charlotte Flair's husband made his debut alongside Vickie Guerrero, who presumably left him to be closer to Nyla Rose, so that's how Chavo took over, but not long after he was betrayed by Andrade and his assistant because he had to go away to shoot Young Rock 2.
Unfortunately this goodbye from AEW was supposed to be temporary, but Tony Khan was no longer heard when Chavo then contracted him again at the end of the shoot, also taking him off the AEW roster, even though Khan had promised to call him back and be heard.