Eddie Guerrero of WWE found Dead

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Eddie Guerrero of WWE found Dead

Post by rayster » 14-11-05, 5:41 am

The storied career of Eddie Guerrero

Eddie Guerrero was born into Mexico’s first family of professional wrestling in 1967. The son of the legendary Gory Guerrero, it was only natural that Eddie, along with his three older brothers, would pursue a career in sports-entertainment. With wrestling flowing through his veins, Eddie began his in-ring training at a very young age. In fact, Guerrero had mastered the dropkick by his third birthday.



Eddie moved from his family’s backyard ring to the professional circuit in 1987 when he debuted as “Mascara Magicaâ€ÂÂÂÂÂ
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Post by rayster » 14-11-05, 5:43 am

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Eduardo Gory Guerrero, a World Wrestling Entertainment superstar was found dead in his hotel room Sunday in Minneapolis, where he was scheduled to appear that evening in a WWE Supershow. He was 38.

Eduardo Guerrero was a featured star on the UPN series "WWE Smackdown!" (Courtesy WWE)

When he didn't respond to a wake-up call, hotel security at Minneapolis Marriott City Center and Guerrero's nephew and fellow WWE wrestler, Chavo Guerrero, forced their way into the room, police said.

There were no apparent signs of foul play or suicide, police said. An autopsy was planned at the Hennepin County medical examiner's office.

He was a featured star on the UPN series "WWE Smackdown!" and son of Mexican wrestler Gory Guerrero.

Chavo Guerrero and McMahon said Guerrero was open about his past drug and alcohol abuse but they said he'd been sober for four years.

In February 2004, Guerrero became the second wrestler of Hispanic heritage to be WWE champion when he defeated Brock Lesnar, a former University of Minnesota wrestling standout. Guerrero lost the title four months later. In May 2004, UPN aired the special "Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story." The one-hour program chronicled his childhood and his struggle with drug addiction that almost cost him his job, family and life before his recovery and eventual capture of the WWE championship.
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Post by KennyT » 14-11-05, 8:00 pm

Thats pretty screwed up. Eddie was on of the better wrestlers, not just for WWE, but worldwide.
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Post by Peter » 14-11-05, 8:59 pm

I'm not an Eddie Guerrero fan but thios is very sad news.

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Post by rayster » 14-11-05, 10:05 pm

Im not a fan of his either...but its an awefully sad day for his family though
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Post by v0id » 14-11-05, 10:31 pm

my moneys on drug use
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Post by rayster » 15-11-05, 5:22 am

he supposedly stopped that a few years ago though
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Post by KennyT » 18-11-05, 3:30 pm

It was a heart attack. Apparently he had an enlarged heart which many attribute to his previous substance abuse. Eddie was celebrating 4 years sober and without illegal substances on the weekend of his death. Let this be a lesson to us all, that there are consequences to the choices we make, even if we are able to kick any addiction we may have.
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Post by rayster » 18-11-05, 5:02 pm

sigh ...thats too bad...probably would have died 4 years ago if he continued the use i think??...well its still sad
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