Chavo: "Eddie Guerrero wanted to quit wrestling before he died"

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Chavo: "Eddie Guerrero wanted to quit wrestling before he died"
Chavo: "Eddie Guerrero wanted to quit wrestling before he died" (Provided by Sport World News)

Eddie Guerrero is universally considered one of the best wrestlers ever, who unfortunately left the discipline and this earth very soon, due to a heart attack that reached the age of 40, with the wrestler who left his wife and daughters far too young.

Shortly before returning to being world champion, as many rumors have always reported close to WWE, Eddie died, leaving the fans and the pro-wrestling world orphaned of a crystalline talent like his. Almost 20 years after Eddie's death, which arrived in 2005, his nephew Chavo Guerrero (also a former WWE Superstar), wanted to talk about his uncle's desire to leave wrestling, revealed by Eddie shortly before die.

In his latest interview released to the microphones of Insight, with Chris Van Vliet, Chavo in fact stated: "Eddie had a great business mind. But he just didn't want to be on the road anymore. He loved his family very much.

He really, really loved her and wanted to be home with her family. I remember before he died, he told me: I don't want to do this anymore. And I asked him: What do you mean? And he said: I don't want to fight anymore. And I said: Well then do something else.

That's when he got angry and said to me. And what else could I do? We do this. we fight. I kept telling him: It doesn't matter. Your family is more important. What's good about being away from your family all the time? That's why I also left WWE.

My children at the time were 8 and 11 maybe and I watched them grow up without a father. I've been on the road for 20 years."

Chavo and the rage against Rey Mysterio and the new LWO

Apparently, now Chavo Guerrero would be quite angry with the WWE and the new version of the LWO of Rey Mysterio, with the phrase Viva la Raza which is in his possession as a trademark and with Chavo who in his last interview confirmed that he had sent a warning letter to WWE, with a warning not to use his uncle's catchphrase now in his possession.

Regarding this topic, Chavo had said only a few days ago: "Well, of course you always, every time, want them to use one of the things you made up. Of course, absolutely! Now, technically, based on the rights I own, WWE owns that song.

We did it on TV, so technically I trademarked Viva La Raza, Viva la raza is my property. In fact, if you look at Eddie's merchandising, it probably had the words Viva la raza on it five years ago. But then I sent a Cease and Desist note to WWE and they changed it to Latino Heat, because Viva La Raza is mine."