When it comes to moving on to the next chapter, Vickie Guerrero is no stranger to doing that. She moved on when Eddie Guerrero tragically passed away. She also moved on from WWE by getting a college education. The next chapter in her life began this week, as the former general manager of Smackdown got married to a man by the name of Kris Benson. The two had been engaged for a couple of months now.
September 13, 2015
Chavo Guerrero revealed an interesting backstage story about Eddie Guerrero. He stated that his uncle was pretty upset when WWE dropped him down the card after taking away the world heavyweight championship. Guerrero felt that he should have been working against Triple H and Shawn Michaels in programs. Instead, management used him to put over Luther Reigns.
August 15, 2015
A post on YouTube where WWE lists off their ten best move reversals, including the one where John Cena counters a flying cross body block from The Rock and turns it into an Attitude Adjustment. Plus, Eddie Guerrero shows the world how to counter the F5 that Brock Lesnar destroys people with.
July 19, 2015
For years, Vickie Guerrero was married to professional wrestling. First, as the wife of Eddie Guerrero. Then, as one of the better talkers in WWE. She has since filed for divorce from the industry and went back to school. While the company still has hope that she might return someday, they might be running out of time soon. Vickie is a couple of months away from graduating, and her new career goes in full bloom afterwards.
May 7, 2015
During her podcast interview with Chris Jericho, Vickie Guerrero revealed some details about her life after Eddie Guerrero passed away. She stated that she was not in financial peril as some have speculated. Guerrero had a big life insurance policy, so his family was set up for a couple of years. Guerrero stated that John Laurinaitis didn't call to offer her a quick job until the following year. She was only supposed to do one story line.
April 12, 2015
Vickie Guerrero did a podcast interview with Chris Jericho this week, and she revealed something rather interesting about the Radicalz making the jump to WWE. She revealed that even before Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn and Eddie Guerrero were released by WCW, there were discussions being had with Vince McMahon, which is essentially contract tampering. No lawsuit is likely to take place since the company no longer exists.
April 11, 2015
Back when Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn decided to leave WCW for WWE, they tried to leave the door open for others to follow them. Guerrero actually went up to Triple H and suggested that the company bring in Konnan because he feels that there are plenty of stories that the two of them can do together. The idea was brought to Vince McMahon, and he reportedly turned it down because of the previous run.
March 15, 2015
Since he unintentionally upset the internet wrestling community, JBL decided to go on social media to provide an apology and an explanation. He stated the "zombie Eddie Guerrero" comment was done in jest and that he would never insult his good friend. The WWE commentator also stated that he had just discussed the Rick Grimes character from the Walking Dead television series. That was why he made the reference to Guerrero being a zombie.
February 4, 2015
During the match between Ryback and Luke Harper during Monday Night Raw last night, JBL generated a bit of controversy with some comments that he made. When Harper flew over the ropes, the commentator stated that he looked like a "zombie Eddie Guerrero", which drew the ire of the internet wrestling community, who pounced him with some negative comments through social media. Guerrero still remains very popular with the fans.
February 4, 2015