BirthdayOctober 9, 1967
BirthplaceEl Paso, USA

Celebrity biographies

  1. About Eddie Guerrero

    Full name: Eddie Guerrero
    Also known as: Eddy Guerrero, El Caliente, Black Tiger II, Eddie Guerrero, Máscara Mágica, Latino Heat, Guerrero, Eddie, Gory Guerrero, Jr., Black Tiger (II)
    Professions: Professional wrestler

  2. Eddie Guerrero Measurements

    Height: 5' 8" (1.73 m)

  3. Eddie Guerrero Known for

    WWE Smackdown! (1999), WrestleMania XX (2004), Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story (2004), WWE No Way Out (2004)

  4. Eddie Guerrero Death information

    Died: Sunday, 13th of November, 2005 (Age: 38)

  5. Eddie Guerrero Biography

    Eduardo Gory "Eddie" Guerrero Llanes (October 9, 1967 – November 13, 2005) was an American professional wrestler born into the Guerrero wrestling family. He wrestled in Mexico and Japan for several major professional wrestling promotions. In the United States, Guerrero wrestled in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), World Championship Wrestling (WCW), and in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Guerrero's gimmick was that of "Latino Heat", a crafty, resourceful wrestler who would do anything to win a match. His catchphrase became "I Lie! I Cheat! I Steal!," which was used in one of his entrance themes. Guerrero partly used this phrase in his autobiography Cheating Death, Stealing Life.Despite being a villain for most of his career, he got over in and outside the ring being the youngest, yet most popular, athletic and successful of the Guerrero brothers. Guerrero was widely regarded as one of the most respected and gifted technical wrestlers in history. Guerrero experienced various substance abuse problems outside of wrestling, including alcoholism and an addiction to painkillers. These real-life issues were sometimes incorporated into his storylines. Guerrero won 23 titles during his career, which encompassed the WWE Grand Slam Championship.

  6. Eddie Guerrero Family

    Childrens: Sherilyn Amber Guerrero, Kaylie Marie Guerrero

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