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Fans remember Eddie Guerrero - Page 8





Hey I just wanted to say that Eddie Guerrero was a very funny/cool man. He showed me that you should never give up. Eddie I WISH YOU WERE HERE [:-[] Please come back.
Alex
I will miss Eddie.
DJ
We the Fans in phoenix, AZ think that it's unfair that we can not take at least flowers to Eddie Guerrero, being that we are very sad hearing the big news that our Hero has passed. I think that someone big should then give Eddie a Live tribute in Scottsdale, AZ, so that his fans won't stay sore that we couldn't do anything to pay respects for our HERO.
Cd.Juarez, Mexico and Phoenix Az
Eddie you were like my favorite wrestler besides Batista. You two were good friends. I wonder how you could of died. I feel so bad that you lost your life. I'm sorry Vicky Guerrero and yours and Eddie's 3 daughters. I deeply believe that Eddie was like my family member. My amigo. Viva la rasa. I hope that you and your daughters have a good life together and trying to think of the things that you guys did with Eddie and how much fun you had. I was looking forward to seeing him at Survivor Series on the Smackdown team but now I won't and I'm mad. I hope you and your daughters have a wonderful life and I am 12 years old and I'm a big fan of Eddie Guerrero and so I hope you guys have a happy and wonderful life so good bye.
Johnny
I love the web site even thought it's my first time on it. Well I think it was really cool how you did that story on Eddie but the thing is that's why I came to this site because there was a great story about Eddie that had lots of information about what happened. My life will never be the same but know that I know people tried to bring him back to life I will feel a little better and also life has no meaning now that Eddie's gone but once again great story!
Morgan
I am a 12 year old boy who is hurt and upset about the tradgic death of Eddie. He was not only a star but my hero. I woud make sure I would always be watching him on TV and enjoyed him very much. During this time I am taking time to grieve about the loss of a good guy, my hero.
Jerrod
Eddie will be remembered through it all. He defined a period in wrestling where latinos could stand up. Eddie will be remembered more as the Idol and good man he truly was. The laughs he put us through will remain as memories of times where we pointed at the TV and repeated his witty comments. He's mainly one of the reasons why wrestling isn't dead, though, his death will leave a giant whole in the WWE. One that will not be filled but respected and guide the new comers to stardom. Let the Guerrero legacy live on and may Eddie's name be forever revered in the years to come. Latino Heat!
Joseph
I'm very sad about what happened with Eddie Guerrero. I still can't believe it. I'm shocked. I can't imagine how his family feels, especialy his wife and kids. I will never forget Eddie. He will always be in my heart everytime I see WWE smackdown I will always remember him. Forever and Ever.
Jackeline
We will miss Eddie GUERRERO but we will always have our LATINO HEAT in our hearts. !VIVA LA RAZA HOLMES!
Alejandro
I am so sad that Eddie Gerrerro, my favorite wrestler that I looked up to, has passed away. He leaves me and my little brother + many behind. I Love Eddie with all my heart and soul so R.I.P.
Shercora
I was truly shocked about Eddie Guerrero death. R.I.P. Eddie
Tabethia
I just loved Eddie he will be missed.
Michaela
Eddie Guerrero was a great entertainer. I had the pleasure of watching his father wrestle and naturally watched him from his beginning to his end. I have watched wrestling with my parent as a child, and then watched with my children as an adult. I cried when he won the championship and I cry now at his passing. He was not only a champion but a realistic hero for the hispanic community, and the world. We will miss you Eddie.
Teri
To Eddie Who's Still Alive in Our Hearts, To Vicki and The Kids and to all the family members.
I was in a shock when I read the news, when I heard that Eddie the legend died. I cried me and my family. we loved him so much. We were heart broken. we cried more when we heart all the WWE and Smackdown superstars talking about Eddie.
We love you Eddie.
I would like to pray for your soul Eddie, I always dreamed and wished to find a person like you Eddie, who've got a great soul, who's great from inside and outside.
People, Eddie didn't die, he's still alive inside us and will always be. He died but left us his love the strong power of love that he used to carry for all the people especially to his lovely family and friends.
This prayer is for you Eddie from the bottom of my heart

In My Prayers

As you make your way
through a fog of tears,
a landslide of heartache
and multiple fears,
I'll remember you
in my prayers.
While God holds you safe
in the palm of His hand
and sends His angels
to help you stand,
I'll remember you
in my prayers.
Each minute you long
for peace and rest,
courageously fighting
this willful test,
I'll remember you
in my prayers
When a ray of hope
pierces the night
and your faith is renewed
by the heavenly sight,
I'll drop to my knees
and thank the Lord
for the grace of prayer
and your spirit restored.

With love, Silvana
Let me start out by saying that I am truly sorry about Eddie's loss for his family. I remember about 3 yrs ago my husband told me that someone at work told him he looked like Eddie and I had no idea who Eddie was because I had stopped watching wrestling since I was maybe 16 and now I am 30. So one day when my husband was watching wrestling Eddie had come out and he called me from the kitchen to come see this man on TV that everyone says he looked like. And I was surprised that they were right. But my husband would tell me that inside he related a lot to him because they have been through a lot of things that are similar so then everytime he watched wrestling and Eddie came out he call me and I would go watch it asking my husband 101 questions about who's who. Well I have to say that it was amazing to see all the fans react when Eddie came out especially the kids.

Last week my three-year-old asked for a Eddie wrestler so he could play with we couldn't find it but on Sunday the day he passed away and we hadn't known yet, we found it and we bought it for him and brought it home. My son was so happy he opened it and went on his way. On Monday morning here on the internet I saw the bad news I had to call my husband at work and he didn't believe me. I had to read him the article and he just couldn't believe it. It was until that night when the tribute went out for Eddie on RAW that I realized just how much my husband connected with him. He mourned his death alone in our room. He didn't want to be around any of us. Me and my boys watched it together we shed tears together while my husband shed them alone. So when they say that you (Eddie) were an inspiration to all and had connected to many now I can truely say that I believe it. My husband is so sad and at times he just sits quietly and just says "I can't believe my guy is gone." It hurts me to see him this way but I know that he (Eddie) is up there in peace and looking down on all his fans and still touching them in his own way.

To his wife, I can't imagine what you and your girls are going through, our prayers are with you. It is always so sad to see someone pass away but it is so much harder to see a latino who was inspirational and loving to many not just some, has passed away.
RIP........ Eddie you will always be remembered in our home.
The Herrera Family, Milwaukee, WI
First I would like to express my deep sadness on the passing on one of the most talented wrestlers the business has ever known. Whether he was portraying a heel or a baby face, he always gave 200%. He could lift you up and make you forget about your own problems with his frog splash off the top rope. He was probably one of the top 5 performers. I put him there with Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Verne Gagne and Nick Bockwinkel.

I just finished watching the press conference with Vince McMahon and Eddie's nephew Chavo. Eddie became a born again Christian recently. I too became a born again Christian in 2003. Chavo, God will look after you and your family. He put his faith in Jesus Christ and look what he was blessed with. A loving wife and family, a job he loved to do every day and had millions of wrestling fans around the world. He will be truly missed

To his wife, his children and his family, you have my condolences. But know that Eddie is now with God, the heavenly father in heaven.
Brian
I love Eddie and I will miss him so much
William
I am soooo saory for Eddie. We love him and I cried when I heard about it. So did my friends. He was a funny and nice guy.
DowntownBosscat
I remember when I was around 10 years old and my father would take me for walks around our neighborhood. As we passed this house, my dad would tell me, "Mija, in this house the very famous Guerrero family lives here." I had no clue what he meant until the day I sat with my brother and watch wrestling. That day, I knew exactly what my father meant.
Eddie, thank you for the great memories and you will be greatly missed. My respects and prayers to the Guerrero family. Sincerely, Rosio Duarte, El Paso, Texas
I love Eddie guerrero. He is my favorite and now he's gone and I miss him soo much.
Massimo
I have been a long time fan of Eddie Guerrero, he was by far one of the best entertainers that I have seen on WWF, I have enjoyed many hours of TV, watching him share his talents with all of us.
"Long Live the Heat" we will never forget you.
Les Luke, Queensland Australia.
Well, growing up I would see this young confident man and think "nothing is gonna take him to the bottom" but no that wasnt the case on Sunday. My favorite memory of Eddy is when he had the "crap truck" and hosed down Big Show. Without Eddy the show wasn't what it was it was good, but with Eddy on it was magic because you could laugh hard. I loved him because he wasn't ashamed to say he had drug problems. He wouldn't hide it, but he took care of that problem. You know I never knew or met Eddy Guerrero but when I heard he died I was sad and still am because wrestling will never be the same. What made Eddy great was the smirk in his face when he knew he did something wrong or the twinkle in his eye when he had thousands upon thousands of fans yelling his name. I feel bad for Rey Mysterio, Chavo, and his wife and kids because growing up without a father will affect you realy bad. I also felt bad because I had an autograph book with his picture it it, but no autograph and I will never get the chance to I am sad now just thinking of one of my favorite wrestlers. I lie I cheat I steal, he stole alright, he stole all our hearts and imaginations that one day we could do what he could.
In loving memory of Eddy Guerrero
P.s Eddy will miss you and I'll see you one day and everyone else will too on heaven TV and your tag team partner will be Art Barr. Wish you never died.
DatIkeMexican
I am a big fan of Eddie. I get called him sometimes. I like watching him on TV, and I have one of his little cars that I was going to get him to put his name one when he came to Atlanta. I looked at his pictures and they are one that looks like me.
Robbie McDaniel
To my hero Eddie Guerrero, he was a good guy and a great wrestler and he was a hardcore and I look up to him for that and gave him all the respect because he's one of the greatest man on Smackdown and WWE. One thing about him, before he fought, he always used to crack jokes to the fans. He's one of a kind and he didn't take crap from no one. Wishes goes out to his family and fans. R.I.P. BROTHER!
Your fans David, Esther, Tanisha and Mohen.
We are so sorry to hear about the death of Mr. Guerrero. We watched him in all his matches and he was a great wrestler. Just thought we would say we were very very sorrym and send regards to the family.
Sincerely, Danny Ray Hill and family
I am shocked and deeply saddened to hear of Eddie's passing, our thoughts are with Eddie's family at this time. WWE has certainly lost a great man.
Adios Amigos, RIP.
Michelle, New Zealand
Eddie was my favorite. I want to wish Vicky and her kids good luck without their dad. I was very sad when he died.
wallynlori@earthlink.net
I am 12 years old and only know of Eddie by remembering ECW, when the title was on the line and he beat Chris Benoit for the title. I always watch him on WWE every SmackDown night. I will always remember Eddie and the "Five Star Frog Splash". I was shocked to hear that he is gone, but like Vince says and Eddie would say..."The Show Must Go On!!
I will miss you, my regards to your wife and kids.
Stephen, Dallas, Texas
Hi, my name is Brittney. I will miss Eddie Guerrero a lot. He was a special wrestler to me because he looked a lot like my dad. I liked when he would talk in Spanish in the ring and how he wrestled. He was one of the first wrestlers I knew of when I started watching WWE which was as known as WWF when I started watching it. WWE will not be the same without him, and I mean that from my heart. I pray for his family and the rest of his fans, but he's in in a better place now. When I got the news that he had passed, I was like "No...you gotta be lying" so I searched it up to see for myself. I felt really sad inside. I still am sad .... but I know that I will really miss him!!!!!
Sincerely, Brittney (WWE fan)
Man that was the thing I least expected, beacuse he was teaming up with Batista and then all of a sudden the death of Eddie Guerrero was on the news on wwe.com and I was in tears that I couldn't believe one of the top wrestlers died. Now I wish his family good luck and one thing to say to Eddie is PEACE OUT HOMES.
Linnea
I was so shocked when I heard he had passed away. It will never be the same on Wrestling anymore without Eddie. I hope his family will get through this alright. I Love You Eddie!!!!!
mpoat
I cry for you Eddie in your honour.
Antonella /Boissano(SV) Italia
I was shocked and saddened by the passing of a great human being, Eddie Guerrero. Wow! I don't know what to say, but to the family of Eddie, I am so sorry for your loss. My family and I have been watching wrestling for years and he brought laughter to our hearts and it was just wonderful seeing him perform and we love his Lowrider. Eddie was an exceptional man who loved what he did, you could tell by the look in his eyes and the way he carried himself. The memories we have are of his performance (the frog splash is our favorite) and his dedication to the wrestling business. Words cannot describe the loss of a loved one, it hurts but the memories will always remain in our hearts. But I know that is easier said than done but please remember you are in my prayers and thoughts. I pray that your family has the strength to get through this difficult time, and remember Eddie is always in our hearts and prayers and thoughts. God Bless.
Sherrie
Eddie was awesome. He was one of my favorite wrestlers on both Raw and Smackdown. When I heard he died from 3 of my friends that he died I didn't think it was true, that it was a rumor. But when I watched wrestling on Monday, I turned on the TV and saw Raw and Smackdown. The wrestlers crying and I realized Eddie did die. Right then and there I wasn't crying but had tears in my eyes. I didn't know how he died I just knew he did. It sucks. He was 38. I know how he died now but it's just heartbreaking. But then later on, on wrestling when Rey and shawn had their match I felt better. Because when Rey won and Shawn lost, Rey and Shawn hugged and showed respect to one another. When there was the tag team match w\ Big Show, Kane and MNM it bothered me cause it seemed like MNM didn't care at all. But all the matches in a way were showing love and respect to Eddie. Eddie Guererro!
R.I.P Eddie we love you
Eddie Guerrero was a person with an incredible attitude towards everything. I just loved how he brought the Spanish culture into wrestling. I will forever remember him and I'm sure he will never be forgotten by anyone. I would like to send my deepest condolences to his family and the WWE family and tell them to keep their head up through such a rough time because we all know he will always be watching towards his loved ones and his fans. May God bless you and may God bless Eddie "Papi Chulo" Guerrero. VIVA LA RAZA
Rita
Anyone who knows me personally knows that I have suffered with an off and on addiction to painkillers and sedatives for many years. It started when I was in high school and except for a 14-month respite has continued to this very day. Unlike professional wrestlers who come to abuse these drugs because of injuries and the pressures of life on the road, I engaged my demons simply for the high that they gave me.

In 2003 I was inspired by Eddy Guerrero. I had always respected and admired him for his in ring capabilities, but when he opened up his struggle with drug addiction, I was an instant Eddy mark. I remember when the documentary on him, "Cheating Death, Stealing Life", came out. I made that my mantra. Eddy was my hero. I looked to him in times of weakness and gained strength from his victory. Up until two months ago I had, for the most part, lived my life pill free. However as constantly happens in this life, I was faced with a moment of weakness; a moment where I could take the high road and deal with hardships, or I could invite my old friends back to play. The last two months of my life have been an endless string of Percocet, Xanax, Codeine, and Ativan. I welcomed my demons home with open arms. I never gave "Cheating Death, Stealing Life" a second thought.

Then today I checked my e-mail and got word that Eddy had passed away in his sleep. I was in utter shock; I still am as I write this. It seems unreal to me. I just watched Ken Kennedy lose to Eddy in typical fashion. I had seen Eddy smile and feign innocence to the ref before bouncing away in a low rider. This is not how things were supposed to be, not Eddy, not like this.

I made phone calls like a member of my family had passed away. Everyone knew how much Eddy meant to me and how crushed I would be by his death. The saddest thing is that this, not the love of my family and friends or the promise of my future, this is my wake up call. I pledged to myself today never to touch another pill again.

Whatever the cause of Eddy's death is ruled to be, to me it is irrelevant. Eddy was a man of great pride who faced many struggles. He cared about his family and he cared about his friends, this is evidenced by the way he always spoke of them. As one who has faced the demons I can say that it is not a totally self-destructive behavior. At times you do it because you actually want to make yourself better. You think that by taking the drugs you are more likeable and fun to people. You are not weighed down by the pressures of the world. That is the high and that is the trap.

Eddy's example will always stay with me. He touched my life in so many ways. I pray for him, his family, and all of his friends. I feel ashamed that it was only through his death, and not his life, that he finally got through to me. I love you Eddy! Rest in Peace my Brother!
John Owens, Warrenton, Va
Eddie Guerrero was a great wrestler and performer. Even though I am only 12 years old, I still have great memories of him. I'll never forget the time at the old Winnipeg Arena on September 27, 2003 when Eddie spilled beer on a fan by accident when getting whipped into the baracade by one of the Bashams in a tag team match with Chavo Guerrero. The fan spilt the rest of the beer on Eddie's head and started laughing at him. Eddie then went over the barracade and punched the guy a few times and pushed him into the hockey boards. I had seats on the floor but they were kind of far back from the ring, but I could still see everything that was going on. After Eddie got off the guy he got in the ring and apologized to the people of Winnipeg and God. I thought that was really great of him for doing that, because most people wouldn't have apoligized or done anything for that matter. It just goes to show that Eddie was a good man and was able to control himself after what happened, most people wouldn't.

I have many great memories of Eddie. I know everytime he came to Winnipeg, people when crazy for him and the "Eddie" chants were always loud and booming through the arena. I feel very lucky to have seen Eddie Guerrero live in Winnipeg 3 or 4 times. I will always remember Eddie Guerrero and never forget him or the memories, joy and happiness of seeing him at the Winnipeg Arena.
R.I.P Eddie Guerrero 1967-2005.
Eddie Fan Forever, Winnipeg Manitoba Canada
I feel so sad about what happend to Eddie he was one of the best wrestlers in WWE history. He would always make as laugh, he was very entertaining. I loved the way he would dance in the middle of the ring while he was wrestling, it was so hilarious. Even though I never got to meet Eddie I still feel very sad I wish this would of never happened. I think that he was to young to die. We'll always miss you Eddie, latino heat !!!
Iris
esprimo le mie pił sentite condoglianze alla famiglia guerrero, e penso con tanta tristezza al fatto che non vedremo pił Eddie dare spettacolo sul ring come pochi altri sono stati capaci di fare. riposi in pace.
enrico, italia
Eddie I've been watching you since I was 10 years old and I'm now 16. There was no one more entertaining than you you made me laugh and you made me angry and so on and so on. It's gonna be weird not seeing you again and I miss you a lot and I love you. I didn't know you personally but I knew enough about you to cry when I herd the news. On behalf of your fans we love you and we will miss you and see you soon
love Colton White see you soon Eddie.
P.S I wish the best to the Guerrero family.
Eddie Guerrero is was and always will be Laino Heat. He had charisma and could either make you hate him or love him. He was great in the ring. His antics made him one the greatest wrestlers ever. He was a true champion. Rest in peace vato.
VIVA LATINO HEAT!!!!!
oscarg
I have always been a fan of Eddie, and have been since the first time I saw him. The main memory I have of Eddie was his debut in the WWE along side Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, and Chris Benoit as the Radicals in 2000 when they were "invited" to the WWE by Mick Foley. I can remember Eddie climbing up to the top rope and hitting the frog splash on a member of DX (subsequently dislocating his shoulder in the process).

Now before this time I had not had the chance to see any Eddie Guerrero matches as the only wrestling that I had seen by this time was WWE. When I saw Eddie hit his frog splash, I just thought .. wow that was cool! As the months progress I was able to see the different styles of Eddie, and some of which, I had never seen before as my main experience of wrestling involved mainly high flyers, or heavyweights not someone who could do both.

Eddie, thank you, rest in peace sir.
Sarah Barraclough
OUR HEARTS GO OUT TO VICKY AND FAMILY, THE WORLD WAS SAD TO HEAR OF EDDIE PASSING. BUT LEFT A LOT A GOOD MEMORIES TO REMEMBER HIM. EDDIE WAS SPIRITED, WOULD ENTERTAIN FANS. SO COOL, WHEN LATINO HEAT WOULD DRIVE UP IN HIS LOW RIDER. NOW, GOD NEEDED YOU TO GO HOME. WE CAN NEVER QUESTION HIS REASON. GOD ALONE UNDERSTANDS. O GUARDIAN ANGEL, PLEASE BE WITH VICKY AND HER DAUGHTERS & FAMILY, FRIENDS IN THEIR TIME OF NEED. PLEASE, LIGHT THE WAY WHEN PATH IS DARK. GOD HAS PROVIDED YOU WITH AN ANGEL TO WATCH OVER YOU. MAY GOD BLESS AND EDDIE REST IN PEACE, ENJOY YOUR NEW JOURNEY. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED. ADIOS LATINO HEAT.. VIVA LA RAZA !!
MR.&MRS. ROY PELLAND, MILWAUKEE,WI
Hey, I am a 17-year-old boy and I love to watch Eddie's fights. My family misses him. We were his hugest fans. We wish he was still here with us. You loved him lots we know you left lots behind and we hope your family will all be ok. They all know you left lots behind but I am sure they will be ok. Miss you lots, Eddie. R.I.P.
Lyndon^Miller
I am 34 years old and a huge fan of the Guerreros. I remember as a child my father would sit and watch Armando, Gory and Hector Guerrero. Eddie in WCW really shined and I knew he had it when he started the L W O Latino world order. Eddie was one of the best in the buisness I dont think there will ever be a wrestler like him in this century. I want to say he will be deeply missed. My condolences to his wife, kids and family.
Gabriel
Eddie was a great entertainer and friend to all. We all will miss him very much. I was at one of his shows when he was in South Africa and I knew he was a good person. FROM EVERY BODY IN SOUTH AFRICA, TO OUR FAN - EDDIE GUERRERO
jvaswe
Eddie Guerrero, you will be missed by so many fans, myself included. I loved your Latino Heat character. You were one the the finest wrestlers around. I enjoyed see you on TV all the time. You were entertaining and fun to watch. You battled so many past demons in your life and won that you were a inspiration to me. I am very sad to see you go at such an early age. My thoughts and prayers go out to Eddie's family. R.I.P. Eddie Guerrero. God now has a Front Row Seat for one of the Best matches ever, Eddie vs. Owen...
S. Eric Rice, Elizabethton, TN.
To the family and all the fans and everybody at WWE, I am going to miss seeing him wrestling as much as everybody else is. But we know he is in a better place and God will take care of him. To the family, we all know he is looking down on you right now and telling you it will be okay and you will see him again one day. We will miss him. RIP Eddie Guerrero.
Sincerely Angela Pettit
I would just like to thank God that Eddie was alive. You never know what you've lost until it's gone. Eddie was a superb individual, that always brought excitement to the ring. He would just please the crowd, almost injecting the adrenaline and the fever. He was a wrestling legend, even when he was booed by the crowed because of the storyline at the time, no one could truly hate him. Latino Heat still, and always will, burn strong. You will not be forgotten Eddie, Wrestling will never be the same.
Chris Fon.... London, England
I just want to say I took my son and two of his friends to a small time wrestling event in our small town and there was Eddie Guerrero! You can tell a lot about a man behind the scenes, and here was Eddie, standing for as long as it took to pose for pictures with the kids, simply exuding patience and caring. I thought how sweet and dedicated he was, and please -- just compare that with the hot-air, hot-shot sports stars who charge kids for autographs.
An impressive man, impressive sportsman, and an impressive performer. Eddie will be sorely missed by his fans. My heartfelt condolences to those who knew and loved him.
R Miller, Quincy, MA
YOU will BE MISSED A LOT AND THIS IS JUST FOR YOU.

GOD SAW YOU WERE GETTING TIRED
AND A CURE WAS NOT TO BE,
SO HE PUT HIS ARMS AROUD YOU
AND WHISPERD."COME TO ME."
WITH TEARFUL EYES WE WATCHED YOU,
AND KNOW YOU PASSED AWAY.
ALTHOUGH WE LOVED YOU DEARLY,
WE COULD NOT MAKE YOU STAY.
A GOLDEN HEART STOPPED BEATING,
HARD WORKING HANDS AT REST.
GOD BROKE OUR HEARTS TO PROVE TO US,
HE ONLY TAKES THE BEST.

NOW YOU'RE WITH YOUR PAPA IN HEAVEN!!!! WE KNOW THAT YOU'RE IN A BETTER PLACE. AND IT IS CALL EL PARAISO. QUE VIVA LA RAZAN LATINA. GRACIAS POR TODO.
YOUR FAN FOREVER!!!
MARITZA, FLORIDA
I don't watch wrestling that much. But everytime I saw him I got so happy. I loved him like my brother. Even though I don't know him only by TV he will always be in my heart. When I saw his video they put on wrestling I could do nothing but cry. It is so hearthbreaking. I just don't know why it had to be him. Why Eddie? It seems so soon. I will always love you Eddie. May God bless you.
tthexic1969
It's so unreal, it's like a nightmare that you can't escape. I mean he was truly one of a kind. I will always remember him because he was one of the reasons I actually got into ECW wrestling -- the classic feud him and Malenko had, and the way the ECW fans treated both him and Malenko that night when it was 2 out of 3 falls. I still can't believe you're gone Eddie. I Just wanted to said thank you truly were one of the good ones no matter what happened. VIVA LA RAZA, Eddie. We will always remember if we aren't cheating, than weren't trying you truly stole wrestling fans' hearts world wide. So thank you.
Christopher Michael Rougeau
I've watched a lot of wrestling and I will say Eddie was a fun man to watch on TV no matter what happened. He always came out laughing or smiling. I wanted to say thank you Eddie for being a superstar wrestler. To his family, Im sorry for your loss but he is wrestling in heaven now and one day you will see him again.
Mattie
I miss Eddie Guerrero. I wish he was still in WWE. He was my favourite wrestler and he used to have sick lowriders.
Miss you Eddie
For the first time since I was a child, I cried myself to sleep knowing how much Eddie meant to everyone and we loved him dearly. He made all the fans laugh with the humour he brought to the ring and now we will never see that again. I am deeply saddened by that. The top two memories I have of Eddie in WWE were:
1. When he won the WWE title from Brock Lesnar and
2. when he defeated Rey Mysterio to end his 0-8 record against ReyRey.
Eddie was a papi and I was proud to see what he does best. He is by far the greatest WWE champion and no one can replace Eddie Guerrero. There's only Eddie Guerrero. Eddie was a role model to me and I am shocked and upset that Eddie has passed away and Eddie was an inspiration to me and every superstar and WWE fan. I was hoping to meet Eddie on tour when Smackdown came to the RDS in Dublin as I loved Eddie Guerrero and always will. Eddie was a loving father and husband and I offer sincere condolences to his beautiful wife vickey, 3 beautiful daughters Shaul, Sherilyn, Kayle Marie, Chavo and the superstars of WWE. It is a hard time and we will always remember you Eddie, always. Eddie always made me laugh, be it a face or heel. On Smackdown, I loved watching him perform. Thanks for the memories Eddie. We will never forget you, you're a champion in our hearts and in my heart.
Goodbye Eddie, Eddie Guerrero rest in peace 1967-2005. I love you Eddie, VIVA LA RAZA!. LATINO HEAT!. I'll never forget you Eddie. I LIE,I CHEAT,I STEAL, ORALE!.
Your biggest fan, Michael Cooney.
WE THE RESENDEZ FAMILY will MISS Eddie FOREVER. WRESTLING will NOT BE THE SAME TO US, AS HE WAS OUR FAVORITE.
Eddie Guerrero was a brilliant wrestler and will never be forgotten. He will always be in my heart. I'm a big WWE fan & when I heard the horrific news, I nearly cried because it was such a tradgic moment. He cheated lied his way through life and it stole it away from him to get revenge. Goodluck in Heaven Eddie. I'll meet you there (hopefully).
Daniel Martin, KENT, England
I remember the first time I saw him. My brothers and I had been cutting the grass at the liquor store my dad worked in. It seemed that when the wrestlers were going from Dothan, Alabama to Panama City, Florida they would always stop in if not to buy beer, but to say hi to my dad because he and a few of the older ones were friends. Eddie was trying to make it and he was hanging with the guys. They all came in and got what they wanted and talked a little. My brothers and me took a break just so we could meet some of the new guys and he was one of them. My favorite drink was IBC root beer and so my dad had given all of us kids our drinks and told us to go outside and sit in the shade while we rested. Eddie came up and talked with us and got on to me saying the root beer is ok, but don't let it become the real deal. To please stay clean and sober and don't do drugs or drink. Then he told us that we had did a real good job and if he ever needed anyone to help clean up around his house he would call and then smiled that big smile. As the men started to leave he shook my brothers' hands and give me a hug saying he loved meeting us and to always keep our heads high and do right by each other. To this day my brothers and me help each other and our mom for my dad passed away and we take care of each other and we would like to say Thank You Eddie for just taking that little time and spending with us. You didn't have to but you did and that meant the world to us.
Thank You, Mary Sue Forthman
I cry when I hear this. I saw Eddie for the first time in WCW. He was my favourite wrestler and I'll be forever thanking Eddie for all emotions and smiles you gave me in every show you played. Thanks a lot. I want to say hi to Eddie's family too his wife, daughters and Chavo. Eddie you will stay in my heart forever!!!!! I love you goodbye.
Alessandro from Milano
I still cannot believe he is gone. I have watched his last big match from Summerslam 2005 at least 5 or 6 times. So young at 38. Didn't realize he was only 5'8", and weighed a hefty 225, but looked more like 190. He was in such good shape. This is really sad. My prayers go out to his wife, kids, and family. Who will Rey Mysterio wrestle now? RIP amigo Eddie, you deserve it. May you be at peace, and may you take care of your family from the big sky above.
Patrick Hughes, Montreal
We would like to convey our sympathy to Eddie Guerrero and his family. Our prayers will be with him and his soul shall rest in peace.
love from the Andrews Family all the way from the Pacific islands Fiji. We love you Eddie.
I JUST WANTED TO SHARE MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY OF Eddie. MY 7-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER LOVED WATCHING HIM. SHE WAS VERY SADDENED TO HEAR THE NEWS, NOW HE'S A FALLEN ANGEL.
Ivette
When my brothers and I were younger, say around 9-13 we watched wrestling religiously. Wrestling to us was a universal thing, but once WWE went overboard with storylines and etc. we lost the ferver for the WWE. I still watch it here and there just to keep in touch. My greatest memory of Eddie was his career spent with WCW, his classic battles with Rey Mysterio and his anchoring of LWO. Eddie was my favourite wrestler. I would always play him whenever my brothers and I would suit up and wrestle on our parents' bed. I cherished the frog splash and always will. E G will be missed. He's an old school wrestler who keeps the fans coming back and through his legacy will always will.
"It's not the size of the dog in a fight, its the size of fight in the dog" - Eddie Guerrero
Juanito
My name is Jayde and like many others I am a diehard wrestling fan. When I heard that Eddie died I swear that my heart stopped. To think that such a great man that was full of life is now gone, it's unbearable. My prayers are sent out to his family, especially his daughters who are affected the most about Eddie's death. I think that the latino might be gone but the heat is in all of our hearts.
Michelle
To all the fans of WWE, we all loved Eddie and always he was he was the best wrestler in WWE wrestling history. As a WWE smackdown and Raw fan, I loved watching Eddie's matches and I liked all of his cars that he would come out to the ring with. Eddie will always be loved no matter how mad, sad or happy he made us fans. when I heard that Eddie was died in a hotel room I thought it was a joke, but when I saw it on Fox8 I cried and I couldn't get anything out of my mouth. I could not believe that a young man like Eddie would just leave us in tears and I will never forget Eddie and his leap frog move in his matches. We will miss you Eddie.
Shirley Ann
I, like many others, have been watching wrestling for most of my life. I've seen Eddie almost every week for about twelve years. I don't know him, or what he was like outside his profession. But I cry for him. I will miss him dearly. To his friends and family, those who knew him personally, I can only imagine their loss, I offer my most heartfelt condolences. And to the professional athletes who risk their lives to entertain me every week, I offer MUCH THANKS !!! You make life a little more interesting! Adios Eddie !!! Be sure to give Road Warrior Hawk A Frog Splash for me! I will Never Forget You!!!
Eric Vaden, Mayodan, NC
Eddie GUERREO TOUCHED SO MANY PEOPLE. HE OVERCOME HIS DEMONS AND BECAME A BORN AGAIN CHRISTIAN. HE MADE HIS DREAMS COME TRUE. HE BECAME TAG TEAM CHAMPION WITH HIS NEPHEW CHAVO AND BECAME CHAMP WHEN HE BEAT BROCK LESNER FOR THE BELT. HE will ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS AND HIS FAMILY will BE IN OUR PRAYERS. WE LOVE YOU Eddie "LATINO HEAT" WE will MISS YOU.
SINCERELY, TAMMY FITCH & willIAM MCCOY
Eddie made me laugh and cry so hard. My thoughts and prayers goes to WWE famliy, friends, wrestlers, staff, co-workers, his family. Eddie is a legend and an icon. May his legacy live on and his accomplishments never be forgotten. I know that Raw and Smackdown will truly miss him. He was the greatest wrestler of all time. How will I ever forget the day that Eddie beat Brock for the WWE title and all the other title belts he won? I know he is with God in heaven. May he keep you safe and sound. Thank you for all the memories. He loved wrestling with all his heart and his soul. My prayers are with his family, friends and the Guerrero family. I will truly miss you, Eddie. Rest in peace.
Love in respect, fan Kyle Archard
I can't believe that Eddie had died. I think WWE will not be the same without him -- there will be no lying, cheating, or stealing in the WWE because WWE will never be the same with out him!!!! Love you Eddie. I hope I'll see you again.
Eddie you will be sadly missed in our hearts. I liked watching you wrestle especially when you laid in the ring and pretended to get hit with a belt or something, then you laid and waved at your opponent so the referee couldn't see you. I also enjoyed it when you won the WWE championship from Brock Lesnar. When you put the frog splash on him, I knew the belt was yours. I also want to send my prayers and thoughts to he wife and kids. He will be missed by them, but he will be in their hearts forever. God bless to all.
Laurie
Our deepest thoughts go out to Eddie's family and he was always great to watch on TV. We are so sorry that we never got the chance to ever meet him. Fond thoughts from one of your greatest fans in Australia.
Jane
Eddie was my idol. I loved him in every way possible. He taught a lot of people not to give up. I'm sure that he will go down as one of the greatest legends ever to set foot in a WWE ring. 'viva la raza' R.I.P. Eddie. You did good man.
P.S I still can't believe you'er gone.
Love Jamie B
Eddie Gurrero was one of my top 3 favorite wrestlers. Now that he's gone it won't be the same. Instead of him and Chavo lying and cheating and stealing, it's just Chavo. But now that he's gone, it still feels like he is here with us. And even though he isn't here he is up ther still lying to someone, cheating someone, and he stole all our hearts. He will always be remembered, missed, loved. And my sympathy to the family and friends of Eddie. Especially his wife and daughters and Chavo and Rey Misterio. You all were really close and I'm sorry for your loss. And when I first heard I thought I was still dreaming because I didn't want it to be true. So I kept thinking I will wake up soon and he will still be on wrestling. And I also kept thinking it's all a dream because he's putting everyone through so much pain. I don't know Eddie because he was famous. But I've watched him so long that it still hurts. I haven't stopped crying and because of him I've relized that it is best to live everyday like it's your last, because you never know when it will really be your last. So Eddie I know you can hear me and all I have to say is I wish you were still alive and we miss you and love you. It will not be the same without you, but it will still feel like you are here. R.I.P Eddie Gory Guerrero. We love you and miss you. ;( love you man
bgizzle69692002
I just wanted to say thank you for posting the letters on Eddy Guerrero. He was my idol in the wrestling business. He had so much heart and so much faith in what he did that in a way he will still live on in the hearts of others, including me. I am saddened by his death and selfishly wish he was still with us upon this place we call home. But I also know he is in a good place. Gregory Helms is my distant cousin and I have never actualy met him but do believe that I will someday. If you could have any part in that I would be blessed by that service.
My name is Ashley, I am 17 and I'm from Oregon.
This is about the tragic death of Eddie Guerrero. I am very sad to hear about his death, me and my dad always watch wrestling and we love Eddie. We are thinking about his family and send them our love.
Lots of love, Emma, aged 12, and Daddy
That was a very sad thing that happened to Eddie Guerrero. I love Eddie. He was so funny and I wish that he was still here to put a smile on our faces. I hope his family is ok and I'm very sorry for their loss. I know there will never be another Eddie Guerrero. You will be miss Eddie. R.I.P. and we will keep your name alive.
Love Jessica a.k.a Dice
I was so happy when I heard that Smackdown will be comming to NZ. I was looking forward so much to see Eddie, I guess he will be there in spirt. Ride lower in heaven! Thanks Eddie, RIP!
Shanker, NZ!
what can I say about Eddie Guerrero? He was an absolute great wrestler and my favorite one ever. I really loved to watch Eddie every night because he was just so full of life and entertaining. I couldn't believe it when I found out that he passed away. It's been a week since he died and I still sit here thinking back on all the memories he had in the ring and I'm just so shocked. My prayers go out to his friends, and most importantly, Vickie and his 3 great daughters!!! R.I.P. Eddie GUERRERO YOU WILL NEVER BE GONE FROM OUR HEARTS. WE MISS YOU AND LOVE YOU DEEPLY.
Your fan, gab
Eddie brought "LA RAZA" to the westling world with strength and charisma. Eddie was an inspiration of how someone can defeat his deamons and still come out strong for his friends, family, and fans. Que Dios vendiga la familia Guerrero y que Eddie descanse en pas con Dios.
Eddie Martinez, Sicklerville NJ
Eddie was such a cool guy he was one of my favourites and probably the same to many other people who watched him. Eddie loved his family and he loved wrestling. Eddie well always be remembered, forever. He willl never be forgotten, never. VIVA LE RAZA
kae10
Eddie Guerrero was and is an inspiration to many, he showed what a Hispanic can accomplish if he sets his/her mind to achieve that goal. Many Hispanics were loyal fans and will never forget what Latino Heat meant to them. Now Eddie has been laid down to rest. He is gone, but his spirit and his legacy lives on, and his fans will never forget Eddie.
VIVA LATINO HEAT.
Eddie rest in peace.
VIVA LA RAZA.
Oscar Garcia
It is sad to have the best superstar Eddie Guerrero die at the age of 38. Me and my mum cried when we watched both Smackdown and Raw. My thoughts go to his family and to him he will always be in my heart I'm sorry for the loss of Eddie Guerrero.
Luv, Jade
I'm an Australian fan of Eddie's and will not enjoy watching the wrestling now that he will no longer be there - he was a great character.
Irene Liesegang, Brisbane, Australia
I DID NOT WATCH WRESTLING MUCH, BUT I TUNED IN ON IT NOT VERY LONG AGO AND EDDIE WAS ON THERE. HE WAS AN EYE CATCHER. I ENJOYED WATCHING HIM. I TUNED IN A FEW MORE TIMES TO SEE WHAT HE WAS PLOTTING OUT. WHEN I HEARD THE NEWS, I WAS VERY SHOCKED AND SADDENED. GOD BLESS HIS WIFE, KIDS AN FAMILY. HE WILL TRULY BE MISSED. BUT WE CAN ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT HE CAN'T COME SEE US BUT WE CAN GO SEE HIM.
GINA
I did not hear about Eddie Guerrero passing, until I got a phone call from one of my cousins. I was in complete shock and it didn't really sink in until I watched Raw. (I live in New Zealand.) Eddie is a great wrestlers and he is my favourite. I loved watching him on the TV. His heart was so into wrestlers and his family, you could see his love, his passion. No amount of words can express the sorrow that I have for the Guerrero Family, in particular his wife and 3 daughters. May God watch over you and your family. We have lost a GREAT MAN, BUT NOW HE IS IN THE ARM OF GOD, may he rest. May his memory live for ever.
Anna Raptis
To The Guerrero Family,
I am a sincere "Eddie" fan, and trust me when I say that he will be missed by me as well as others who knew him and knew of him. God has His reason, so please keep the faith and trust in Him. Stay strong, stay in prayer and God Bless you all.
Respectfully, John Slones
IT'S NOT ALWAYS THAT SOMEOME MAKES SUCH AN IMPACT AS MR. GUERRERO HAS. HE LEFT EVERYONE WITH GREAT MEMORIES. HE HAS LEFT AN IMPACT UPON YOUNG AND OLD. GOD BLESS EDDIE AND MAY HE REST IN PEACE.
tberry7, TEXAS.AUSTIN
It was years ago I used to watch wrestling with Ivan Putski, Andre the Giant and Hulk Hogan. I've been too busy lately to watch anything but recently I caught my 6 year old son watching Smackdown and I asked him if he liked it. Of course he said he did. I decided to watch it with him was then that there was a character that stood out more then the others. It was Eddie Guerrero. Since then as often as I had a chance I would watch Smackdown. Though I enjoyed most of the other wrestlers, it was Eddie that had me tune in to watch. I will miss him. My family will miss him. When I heard of his death I was stunned and in disbelief. I was waiting to hear more on the news and the papers about him but to my surprise there was little said about him. To me he was and still is a superstar and as a latino I feel that we have been disrespected by him not getting the attention he deserved. The picture in the Tampa Tribune was insulting at best. Though they had his picture on the second page it look more like a police mug shot. For several days I waited to hear more about him on TV but nothing. I feel outraged. I feel I want to boycott the media and papers for not representing us. We have so many Hispanic Organizations and nobody has spoken out. Ms. Guerrero my condolences, I would have preferred to just remember Eddie and thank him to have brought a smile to my face with his chair tactics. But it made me cry to see such star die without the full notoriety. I know without a doubt that others feel the way I do. Good-Bye Eddie we will all miss you greatly you are my star and an example for others.
Norosa
To the Guerrero Family,
My name is Christina Smith and I live in Calgary AB Canada. The other evening I was with my brother Tim and we were watching WWE. We were laughing as we watched Eddie do his thing in the ring. He was quite the character. Then we were watching Monday Night Raw and we saw all the WWE stars there with Vince telling everyone that Eddie had passed away. We were both shocked. Tim was saying, "That Can't be ... we just saw him the other night..." As we watched the memories I cried. I couldn't believe it. I never met Eddie, but deep down inside because of his beliefs I cried. He is truly with God and Jesus. He is entertaining them as I write this letter to you. He is looking down on all of us ... I believe he wants us to be happy. I know he is entertaining my sister ... I lost her not too long ago....
So I hope you will be okay. I will pray for you, God Bless you all ... and remember God and Jesus is watching over you and giving you comfort....
God Bless to all....my deepest sympathy...Christina and Jesus..
Dear WWE,
Last Monday Night Raw, which was a very special tribue to one of the most entertaining wrestlers of WWE, (Eddie Guerrero) whose life was cut short this past Sunday of heart failure. At the same time, it was one of the most emotional and heart felt segments of RAW I've ever witness since the lost of Owen Hart, who was also a noteable icon in his right as a wrestler of WWE as well.

Eddie Guerrero will always be remembered as one of the most craftiest wrestlers with a sense of humor, both in and out of the ring, (literally speaking)! And will be always be remembered as the "latino heat low-rider " bandit that would wow us with the most flashy looking rides he would show off through his grand entrances prior to his wrestling matches.

Needless to say, and undoubtfully the Eddie Guerrero era will be a moment we all will treasure and miss, because through this particular episode of RAW last Monday night, it was proven that he truly touched many hearts and minds of people, which included his immediate family, friends, associates, the wrestlers and the entire wrestling industry and most of all his fans! Eddie Guerero, you will always be considered a legendary champion of WWE for life in our eyes!

~Rob G., from Virginia, USA
I followed every facet of Eddie's career, and no one cheered more loudly then when Latino Heat finally strapped the World Title around his waist. There are very few great wrestlers out there now...and now the roll call of those few remaining legends is one shy.

He had put his demons behind him and found renewed success and determination...few people actually achieve what Eddie did. God bless him for all the matches that he won, and even those he jobbed, because even if he lost...you still knew he gave you 110% every step of the way...and put on the best damn show he was able to.

There can be no better comfort for his wife and children, then to know what his real fans thought about their husband and father. Latino Heat lives on forever in the hearts and minds of those who truly appreciated him.

Steve Dotson, Phelps, KY
I would like to know that our country, Aberdeen in Scotland, miss Eddie Guerrero. He was a famous superstar and I really miss him but I will never forget. I pray before I go to bed and pray to Eddie Guerrero's family and I hope they will be all safe. I am sooo glad that Chavo changed now and does Eddie's moves to prove to all another people that Chavo will NEVER forget Eddie. We will never forget Eddie, but if any one messes about Eddie, I would beat him up with the HUGE JACKPOT star Batista and he was his good papa pal and I do love Eddie. When I see Chavo coming to Aberdeen, I will give him something to pass to Eddie's family from all the people who love Eddie! thanks.
Darren Forrest
Eddie was a strong wrestler and he was a good man. I wish he's next to God.
RIP, Eddie Guerrero.
Jesseru4@aol.com
He is, was and always will be one of my favorite wrestlers of all time. Here's to you, Eddie, and best wishes for you, Vicki and your girls. Though we are in sorrow and mourning we will always rejoice the time of his preforming and sharing of the sport for himself, his family and for his fans, his life and what he stood for, what he portrayed will forever influence those in the ring and out. We love you Eddie, Vicki and family, my heart and my daughters go out you.
sincerely, kevin watkins
I am sad about Eddie Guerrero. He is up there watching you. I miss Eddie Guerrero so much because I am his biggest fan. God bless you Eddie Guerrero.
Shaqilah, Singapore
I have watched wrestling since I was a child. My husband, Rob, has also. He brought me to a WWE event in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It was a great show that night watching Eddie Guerrero, Taz, Chris Benoit, Jericho, and other wrestlers. After the WWE, we went to Lone Star Steakhouse to eat and Saturn was sitting at a table. I looked at my husband and said is that a wrestler. He said, yes, it is Saturn and I wonder if any of the other wrestlers are joining him. About that time, Eddie Guerrero walked in and sat across from Saturn. Then, came Chris Benoit, Jericho, Gangrel, and Taz. It was awesome to see them in person. They signed autographs and took pictures for everyone. Just to sit right by them is something that I will never forget. We still have the autograph from that night at the restaurant and will treasure it forever. My husband and I watch wrestling every night and now that our daughter, Phoebe, is paying attention to the television now. She even sits with us and watches wrestling on Friday and Monday nights. We really enjoyed watching what Eddie Guerrero was going to do next in wrestling. When we turned on WWE on Monday, November 14th and my husband yelled out Eddie Guerrero passed away and I hurried into the living room to see if it was true because I could not believe that he was dead. When I saw that it was true, my heart broke into for WWE, his family, his wife, and all the wrestlers. I was very saddened to know that Eddie Guerrero died because he was one of my favorites to watch on the television or in person. My husband and I enjoy watching wrestling and it is something that we try not to miss. Our hearts and prayers go out to the entire Guerrero and WWE family.
Thanks for the memories Eddie!! Rob and Kelly Brandon
Viva La Raza!!
I'm very sorry about Eddie. I love watching him. Wrestling is brilliant. I want to be like him when I grow up. I send all my love to his family. We are thinking of you.
Love, Danny boy.
Latino heat, the man behind "lie, cheat and steal!" He was a legend to remember. Why, oh why did he have to go? Eddie, I say thank you for giving us a hell of show. Smackdown will not be the same. On behalf of my family and Australia, thanks Eddie.
All the love Jordon
To the family of Eddie
My deepest sympathy goes out to you all. We are all going to miss Eddie very much. This was such a shock to everybody. My 10-year-old son went last year in Edmonton, Alberta to watch WWE Wrestling. He was totally thrilled. My son Brett got to touch Eddie's back while he was in the corner of the cage. That is all he would talk about. This is a very shocking thing that happened. Myself I grieve everynight. From what I knew about Eddie he was a good man, loved his carrer & family, & had a ton of fans. We will always have a special place in our hearts for Eddie. RIP Eddie. We love & miss you very much. God Bless!!!
Your Fan, Kim, Spruce Grove, AB
Eddie, I will miss you so very much. All my wishes and prayers are sent to you. I am going to celebrate your birthday even though you are not here with us. You passed away too soon. R.I.P. I will see you soon in heaven. Viva La Raza. I Lie I Cheat and Steal.
From your # 1 Esa Marissa Macias
Eddie Guerrero, I feel sad for your family and because I know how it is to lose a dad. You were a famous person who is loved by millions of people, who love and laugh with you when you do funny things. "Eddie Live in Peace" We Love You.
Geraldine Pinto, Durango, Co
Eddie had a great impact on me. He was up front about everything. I know I will miss him very much, and in my heart as well as many others. Latino heat still lives on! The day after he died I was in my social studies class and all I can remember is looking down at the newspaper and on the page that was open I saw PRO WRESTLER DEAD AT 38, and I saw Eddie's picture. I was crying the rest of the day because I looked up to him and I asked my teacher if it was wrong and he said no. I couldn't believe it. EDDIE GUERRERO was dead. I came home and watched wrestling. I even taped the memorial on Monday Night Raw (I love Cena!!) and at the end of it John Cena did the sweetest, yet saddest thing. He laid down the shirt I'M YOUR PAPI in the middle of the ring and put his WWE championship right on top. I started crying because it's Cena, the Dr. of Thugonomics. I've never seen this part of any of the wrestlers. I LOVE YOU GUYS! I'm not saying good-bye because they are sad, so I'm gonna say see you soon man!
Cheseca, Allentown, PA
This goes out to Eddie's family. I know you're feeling pain right now. So am I. I know Eddie won't be around for the Holidays. But I'll be thinking of him. My sister's father died also. I've got 3 movies of WWE -- The Great American Bash, Rebellion, and Vengeance. I always watch the movies. And watch Eddie just for special memories. I love Eddie. And I respect what his family is going through right now.
Debra Ann Walker
I am sorry to hear about the death of Eddie Guerreo. He was one of my favorite wrestlers. He is sorely missed.
hurricanetornado1998
I want to send my condolences to his family. I am in Germany. I came back here 3 years ago and my fiance loves watching wrestling, and Eddie was one of our favorites. We were shocked when we heard he had died, but he is in a good place. We love you, Eddie. Rest in peace.
In deep sorrow with his family, Ingrid Perez & Dieter Kroll
Eddie was a great man and wrestler, he will be missed. And I hope his legacy lives on and on. My wishes go out to the entire Guerrero family. I hope he is still lying, cheating and stealing wherever he may be. I remember the night he came out to the ring wanting to be Dave's freind, it was awesome.
damion19802001
I'm a 14-year-old boy from Perth, Western Australia and a really good fan of Eddie Guerrero, who has tragically been taken from us. Your spirit will be within us for ever. I would like to give my condolences to the Guerrero family and especially to Vicki and the kids. I'm really feeling for you... Eddie, you will be sadly missed... EDDIE GUERRERO, 1967 - 2005 R.I.P.
Ben Bergman
I am a great fan of late Eddie Guerrero. I truly respect him in all depth.
Samir, India
Ciao Eddie Guerrero io ho visto spesso i tuoi combattimenti e non riesco a trovare le parole ancora mi sarebbe piaciuto ad incontrarti l'unica cosa che volevo dirti non ti dimentichero' mai addio Eddie riposa in pace campione io continuero ha pensarti e spero un giorno quando la mia vita finirą spero di rivederti e adesso spero che mi aiuterai ad andare avanti ciao
vampiro8
When my dad told me Eddie Guerrero was dead, I said no way. On Monday Night Raw it was the real thing. He was dead. In my mind I kept saying they are tricking us, but I knew it was real. So every time I read about the death of Eddie it brings tears to my eyes. But then I started thinking how selfish I'm being. He's probably wrestling Road Warior Hawk in the golden ring. Coming out with his low rider, throwing a chair in Hawk's hands when the referee is not looking and when the referee turns around Eddie lays down pretending like Hawk hit him, then Hawk is DQed. viva la Eddie forever. I know we will see you again. you will be truly missed. You lied. You cheated. And you stole our hearts. viva la raza... I'm your papi... latino heat... lie, cheat, and steal... R.I.P. as the Undertaker would say
Ashley, 12
My son and I had become fanatic fans of Eddie and to this very day we cannot come to terms and accept that Eddie has parted. We loved watching Eddie and Batista, what a combination, simply the best. Will miss you dearly. R.I.P. Eddie... We'll always love you. Thanks for all the pleasure you've given us. Always in our hearts and prayers and thoughts. God Bless.
Nick, 54, and son Jacques, 10, from MALTA, Europe
We just want to say we are grateful for all the beautiful memories you gave to all our families since we were growing up with our parents. They would take us to watch Chavo wrestling. Once we started having our own kids, our family nights always revolved around you and wrestling. We are also thankful for your family blessing our lives with a special person like you. We our grateful to know you; you were a part of our family even if not in person but you were still a very big part of our family and our lives, and we thank you for that blessing. Our prayers will always be with your loved ones that are still here. May you always be our family's guardian angel. You will always be greatly missed, but always remembered in our hearts and in our lives forever. We love you forever.
Darlene Nunez & family, Marie & Cathy Ramirez & family
Eddie might've died of heart failure, but the man hadda heart. He had so much heart his own heart couldn't take it. That's how I see it. And for that, he "beyond-gets" my respect. I'm a poet, but the only letters moving me right now are for Eddie to RFIP rest forever in peace and I mean that sincerely, from a Poet who respects real wrestlers, Nzinga-Regtuiniah is my name, but we will always remember the Guerrero's name... and forever respect... Eddie's Heart, the beating passion behind his fame.
ReggyChavis
I am 23 years old. I've just turn on the TV and watched a WWE program. It is really sad that great Eddie Guerrero died. This news is shocking for all of us over here. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE, AMEN.
Regards, Hammad Jalil, Pakistan
We can't believe Eddie has died // Full of life, and wrestling pride // He cheated, he stole and he lied // When I found out, I sat and cried //
No wrestler was as good as him, not by half //
He was the type of person who would make u laugh //
But now he is gone, WWE wont be the same // Eddie was loved by fans, he had glory and fame //
But this is my chance to say good-bye // Why did u go? Why Eddie, why ? // I just wish that you were still alive // Rest in peace Eddie who died in 2005 //
R.I.P.
Justin
Eddie was a great wrestler.
Darshan Revar
Eddy's had gone; the most smilely face and a very good entertainer. Because of him, I wouldn't miss a single episode of Smackdown. May his soul rest in peace and be guided by God's angels.
Francis Moilinga
Shock, horror, how could someone so young go so tragically? I nearly jumped through the roof when he took that title from Brock Lesnar. I loved Mania and if I talked about all the matches you were in. I'd name all of them. I've liked other wrestlers but you're the greatest Eddie. I'll never forget you and your fans won't either. By the way I've got one thing to say to you, You came, you tried and you did GREAT!! One more thing ... YOU LIED, YOU CHEATED, YOU STOLE.
I loved you Eddie,
Ryan Conway (#1 Fan)
This is Eddie's biggest fan speaking. Eddie was a good man, Good father, Good wrestler, And a good person. When he won the Championship I cried. I've got a wall full of his stuff. A belt, And pictures. When I meet Eddie up in Heavan it's gonna be great. I hope Eddie's youngest daughter will be remined how GREAT her father was.
Debra Ann Walker.
Eddy was a great person. He visited my dad and put a smile on his face in his last days. My dad passed from cancer. Eddy will always be a hero here in Arkansas.
Andrea
sinceramente me entere hoy de la noticia de su muerte siendo 11 de diciembre. nadie merece morir joven y mas alguien tan grande cmo eddie no soy afficionado de la lucha pero a veces paso el tiempo mirandolas y en eddie habia algo de carisma en sus luchas si bien la noticia me toco muy profundo el corazon solo puedo decir que rezare por su alma y por que alcanze su descanso final junto a dios y los angeles
que en paz descanses eddie
jose maria godoy, buenos aires, argentina
Started watching wrestling not long ago and I began to like it. Especially Eddie Guerrero makes enjoyable moment to me and for sure every one of us on this earth with his sense of humour, talent and unique superstar appearance. Well...in this funny world we lived in, each and every one of us never know when we are leaving, to rest in peace. Eddie you will be remember in my heart the rest of my life. I have never met you in my life personally but I knew how you are and you make all the fans around the world admire your talent with so much funs. You rest in peace Eddie.
Ni Ni, Singapore.
I was so shocked and sad when I heard about Eddie Guerrero's death when I watched Smackdown on my TV. This is all I wanted to say to his family, please be strong and God is always with him. My deepest sympathy & condolences. He is a great loss to the wrestling world.
Farah from Malaysia
I am 12 years old and live in Kentucky. I never did get to meet Eddie but I know he was a great person every single time he would come out he would be in his fancy lowrider which was cool. But my thoughts go out to his wife and daughters. He was wonderful but now he is in a better place up above. All my love goes out to his family. Eddie will never be forgotten.
PopeyenOlive2
I was so surprised about what happened to Eddie. I thought it was great to see a Mexican really make it big. He was a true legend to his sport. I thought he was and always be a great wrestler. My thoughts and prayers go to his family.
Rosemarie Guerrero Garcia Wood
Eddie, you were well known throughout my whole family and we hope that you had a good journey to heaven where you belong with God. A lot of hearts were broken when people heard that you had died. Eddie, I just wish that you would come back to us so that the world won't mourn anymore. From all your fans to you, Eddie -- rest in peace. You will never be forgetten. Viva la raza. We love you. Chow.
DJCJ361
Many great memories are related here about Eddie Guererro the man and the evolving legend. What's most important to keep in mind is what he most wanted: impressionable people to be wary of the dangers of chemical abuse and foolish impulsiveness. He put aside his personal ego whenever possible to warn anyone who'd listen to not make the same mistakes he had. Those mistakes caught up with him and I can't believe he wasn't aware on some level that the price would be paid sooner than later (as it turned out to be). But hey, he did what he could while he could and was struck almost instantly while brushing his teeth. I think his humorous side preferred that - neat and clean without the dingy underwear our relatives always tell us not to be caught dead in.

Seriously, I hope that our young people will take his passing as a wake-up call on the long term effects of performance enhancement chemicals that burst on the scene without proper testing or anyone knowing their ultimate damage. The pressures are extreme from Junior High on out for anyone choosing the athletic path of life to take seemingly convenient shortcuts. Tis better to lose on the field of battle and see ones grandkids than to be a sad lesson they have to read about.

On the good note: Nobody's gonna lie, cheat or steal their way past the Pearly Gates now that they have the master ready to help with a brilliant "promo" at all times. That's where I see him... coming through fog bebopping down in a tricked-out lowrider to the waiting supplicants who took the gang path yet somehow avoided damnation, standing up to take the cheers and pretend heat from the hosts, then laying some rap down about the Almighty being so much better to work for than Vince McMahon (whom I would wager will never get there to debate the point). Just for fun perhaps an exhibition match with Abe Lincoln (now there's a Pay-per-View!). Eddie was a great wrestler and a magnificent human being, but his showmanship and spiritualness were what made him truly transcendental. It's inspirational to see the venue he achieved so much greatness is troubled/challenged by his legacy... wanting to do more than sell his T-Shirts but unable to grasp the outreach potential. They would have been wise to go beyond the profit motive and into an anti-steroid program or even a "substance-free" athletic scholarship or incentive program. Vince pays people scads of money for crappy thoughts -- this one's for free.

I also want to address that while Eddie was Hispanically descended he always considered himself an American. Here's where he had a some ideological differences with Rey Rey Mysterio (who refreshes his ganger tattoos) and rightfully had nothing to be ashamed of by his success here as a citizen while many of his coworkers from Mexico constantly dogged him about it. Eddie saw the country his father chose to be the land of opportunity that it is and went on to prove that it's true. He never bought into the Aztlan/Reconquista idea -- he believed in himself as a citizen and achieved all did as one that we should be proud of.
Mikel Tackett
EDDIE was and always be a great man. He was the best wrestler ever seen. The first time I saw Eddie was like 5 years ago when I started watching wrestling. Ever since I was obsessed with him. I cried so much for Eddie and I sill can't stop crying for him. But I always tell myself this. GOD,ONLY TOOK EDDIE TO PROVE TO US HE ONLY TAKES THE BEST.
felipeduran
Eddie G. was a great guy and we will miss him for that. I feel so sorry for his family and friends and hope they are coping well.
Love to the family, Sibongile
Eddie had so much passion and pride when he'd step in to that ring. He would always steal the show; eddie would stop at nothing to reach the top and impress his fans. We are all sadden to lose such an incredible performer.The day he died i could not believe it he was taken away from us too soon. He was a devoted husband and a father of 3 girls. selflishly we will all miss him
AprilandBryam
Dear Eddie,
I will send my blessing & my prayer to you. I still miss you so much & listen to your heart. I was crying on November, 13, 2005 for you Eddie. Congratulations for your WWE heavyweight championship title. Goodbye & rest in peace, Eddie.
John Charles Valentine Jones
Hey Eddie. I've backed you up since the beginning. My name is Angel Gabriel Rodriguez. You died with pride and everyday and every night I pray for you and your family. I have action figures of you, pictures, I have drawn pictures of you, I made a necklace of you that has your picture, I have the DVD of you, I have everything of you. My dream is to become a WWE wrestler and be just like you. I know you're with your father the great GORY GUERRERO! And your with your friend ART BARR! GOD BLESS YOUR SOUL AND FAMILY. You are in a better place than us. I cry every night about you. In school I can't stop thinking about you. I just hope that one day when my time comes, I'll see you again. I had a dream about you. Pray for your wife Vickie, your daughters Shaul, Sherilyn, and Kaylie. And your mom. I hope you hear me Eddie. I just wish this was all a bad dream and none of this never happened. You will always be in my heart and always be LATINO HEAT! You and I have 3 things in common. We lie, we cheat, and we STEAL! Thank you for your great matches. VIVA LA RAZA EDDIE GUERRERO!
Garcias! Angel G. Rodriguez
P.S> REST IN PEACE CANLA
HEY EDDIE! I wrote you a letter for you before. I just wanted to say again that thank you for everything. I just want to give a shout out to the GUERRERO FAMILIA, Rey Mysterio, and the ones who have passed on. Especially you EDDIE! GARCIAS!
Love your biggest, biggest, BIGGEST fan ANGEL GABRIEL RODRIGUEZ
Eddie Guerrero was my favorite wrestler. He died WAY too soon. I'm so sorry to all of his friends and family. When I heard he passed away I busted out in tears. He was the best wrestler I've ever seen. When I play wrestling Playstation games I'm always Eddie and I don't let him lose (even if I cheat). Eddie Guerrero you are loved by many. RIP.
Kristin
Eddie Guerrero was and still is my hero. He is my favorite wrestler and always will be. When I heard he died I didn't believe my stepdad. I thought, no he didn't die, but he sure did. I saw it on the news that night and the tears start rolling. I'm in 11th grade and I recently had to do a report on my hero and you bet I picked Eddie. I also did a sculpture in art class of Eddie and I drew 4 pics of him and I have numerous pics of him everywhere. Eddie shouldn't have gone so soon. He will be missed by many including myself. I wish his famly the best of luck with everything and they have my deepest sympathy along with all of his loving fans. I don't know if a man that great will ever exist again... Eddie you are loved by many. RIP Eddie Guerrero. You shouldn't have gone so soon but you out of the misery of this world. We will all be with you someday.
Love a huge fan, Kristin
Eddie was one of the best wrestlers that I've ever know. I was so sad when I heard on Raw that he died. It was so weird because I remember I was looking forword to the thriple threat world heavyweight champion match: Eddie vs. Batista. vs. Randy Orton. One thing I'm glad about was before he died Eddie became the good guy again on Smackdown. It probably made him feel so happy when the crowd was chanting his name when he had his final match. I remember watching his final match and it looked like he was in no pain until Mr. Kennedy hit Eddie with the chair. I feel really bad for his family. I can't image how sad they must feel but they have to remember that no one really dies. I bet you that he's in heaven right now looking down on all of us. Viva La Raza, Latino Heat
Kasie
He was a man with a heart of gold. I didn't know him but from TV but you could see the love in his eyes. You could tell he would do anything for any one, and that he loved his family with all his heart. Don't lose that. He loved his wife and kids but God had a place he had to have him at. When you miss him, just close your eyes. He will be there. He will always be in your hearts. Remember, he loves you all. Nothing can ever take that from you. Yeah, he had bad times with his past, but they say he was found on the floor then others say he was asleep in bed?? That has us a little lost, but only Eddie knows what happened. To the family of Eddie, I'm sorry for your loss. I also lost my mother in Aug22,2005, then Eddie. I looked up to Eddie. He was one of a kind, not many like him. I wish I could have known him and to have shook his hand. To me he is a star and a hell of a man with a big heart and every one loved him. He will be missed but no one will miss him more than his family. Just hold your head high and know there in your hearts he loved you all with every breath he had and you know even after that he still loves you all and has an eye on you all. Just look up from time to time and say Eddie, we love you, and let a tear roll down your face as he will touch you and let you know he is still there with you. Eddie was a man with many dreams and the love a man would share with everyone in my book. Eddie is number 1 and will always be number one. I wish I had a real picture of him. I wish I could have met in in real life, but I didn't get to, so I hold the memories of what I saw on TV. Just remember, Eddie will always be in your hearts. Never forget him.
Always a friend, Rita
Eddie, we will missed you and you will be in our hearts and thoughts. So Eddie Guerrero, rest in peace.
Tom, 16
Angle is my favourite wrestler. He and Eddie are the two greatest champions of all time. The first is Eddie Guerrero. Latino Heat, one more thing to say, R.I.P. Eddie. I was crying when Eddie died. I miss him.
ell bye
Eddie Guerrero was and still is an awesome WWE superstar. I'm 12 years old and when I found out that Eddie had passed away, I didn't want to believe it. I went on AOL and figured out. I cried from that time until the end of RAW. I love and miss you dearly Eddie Guerrero.You were a great inspiration, and I wish your family well. VIVA LA RAZA.
Sincerely, Brandon Collins
Thank you for all, you will be in our hearts forever. We love you.
Luca, Marco e Mary from Milan (Italy)
I have to be honest, I didn't know Eddie died until one day a boy in my class wore a "R.I.P. Eddie " shirt. For some reason I just stopped watching wrestling. Maybe because they started to show less of Eddie or maybe because I kept using his moves on my sister. But I never got tired of watching Eddie wrestle because he was THE BEST!!! When I found out that he died I cried more than I did at my great grandma's funeral. If you are reading this, please give a silent prayer for Eddie and his family. I loved you sooooo much Eddie, and still do. Rest In Peace. VIVA LA RASA. You'll always be in my heart.
~Alexis
I first know Eddie Guerrero when I was a little boy in a wrestling arena called El Tapatio in Waterfill, Mexico next to the Internacional Bridge between Mexico and USA in Zaragoza. He had the biggest smile and was so nice that even my father spoke with him about his injury on the back and the knee that he suffered against a wrestler called Konan the Barbarian. I will always remember that day he came to fight and his partner turned his back on him and the next week he fought with the companion of El Hijo del Santo and Mil Mascaras against Konan, Angel Blanco and Dr. Wagner Jr. Eddie and El Hijo del Santo made their fathers' creative moves -- Santo with la de a caballo and Eddy with the Gory special and they won the match.

So that's one of the moments that I remember the most of Eddie but I have a lot cause he fought in Juarez in the Arena El Tapatio and in the Gimnasio Municipal so many nights and all have something to remember.
Descanse en paz "eddie gori guerrero"
I Will always remember you
Luis Martinez
I still can't belive Eddie is gone. He has been gone for so long now and it's hard to turn on the TV to Smackdown and find out that Eddie won't be wrestling ever again. I actually got to see Eddie Guerrero wrestle live. He was in a Tag Team match with Rey Mysterio. They were the Tag Team Champions. They fought Kurt Angle and Luther Reigns. During the match Eddie pulled Kurt Angle's pants down twice it was so funny, but what can I say he lies, he cheats and he steals. Rey and Eddie won. Even if it was your first time watching Eddie on TV he would just still your heart. Eddie was more then just a wrestler to us WWE fans. He was an inspiration. He taught you to follow your dreams you know to never give up. I have the DVD No Way Out 2004 where Eddie won the WWE championship. Just the look on his face was I've finally did it. This goes to Eddie's wife Vickie and Eddie's three children I am very sorry for your loss, but he's up there watching everything you do. Thank you for everything you did Eddie. I love you Latino Heat.
Love Stacey, South Australia
I know I didn't see Eddie in El Paso, Texas, and in Mexico, but I was crying the whole day when I heard Eddie was dead. For some reason I had a feeling that Eddie wasn't dead. It felt like he was still alive. Everyone misses Eddie, including me.
Danny Alexander Cruz
My memories of Eddie Guerrero is just too many things. On Saturday (day before he died) my little (7 yr old brother) asked me to sing Eddie's theme song so I sang the one he had last. Then the next day, I was talking to my friends and one of them said they heard on the radio Eddie Guerrero died. I said he was lying and I said I'd bet him 20 bucks that Eddie wasn't dead. I said that Eddie was going to be at Survivor Series with Team Smackdown. That night, I was playing my old WWE Day of Reckoning 2 game and then my grandmother called me and my friend in the living room (I am only 12) and she said just sit down and watch the news. About ten minutes later the news lady said World Wrestling Entertainment star Eddie Guerrero died in his hotel room. I was shocked and I started to cry but I stopped myself. I rushed to my computer and emailed to my friends that he was dead. I went to wwe.com and even WWE had that he was dead. That night I watched WWE Raw and I cried the whole time. I felt very sad for Hector, Mondo, Chavo, Vicki, and the rest of the Guerreros. Especially Eduardo Guerrero. That next day, I gave my friend 20 dollars since he was right about the whole Eddie death thing. I kept looking on the computer that afternoon why Eddie died and I finally found out. My thoughts for the Guerrero family is that Eddie was a great man even though I never met him. Every time I would here Eddie's music hit I would watch the whole show. I have been a fan for Guerrero since 1995 and I will remember him. Vicki, have a great life and I would wish you the best for ever and ever.
Justin from South Carolina
I think Eddie is the best wrestler forever and he will be best so people should not feel sad and cry on it that Eddie is dead as he is not -- he is really alive in all the tributes. Viva La Raza.
brijesh
Eddie was a great wrestler. He loved the sport. I wish he went out as a champion. Rest In Peace. "VIVA LA RAZA." "We Lie We Cheat We Steal." Eddie Gurrero, 1967-2005. We will all see him again one day.
Drew Clark
Eddie was my favorite WWE superstar. The WWE champ that I knew went on to be with the Lord and I believe it was his time; on the other hand I knew it was not his time. Eddie was a special wrestler and in my books Eddie Guerrero is still the WWE champ.
viva la raza, latino heat. Mike
I was a wrestling fan when I was 15. Eddie Guerrero was and still is my hero. Now I'm 21. When Eddie died I felt, that I have lost a part of me. He was my favourite. Rest in peace Eddie! I miss you...
Nataly from Russia...with love
Well I'll miss the late great lying cheating and stealing Eddie Guerrero. I watched him everytime he fought thinking of if he dies this would be a memories to the end it was! It was sad to see him go like that just like Chris Benoit dying. I've tried to talk to someone...but nobody would listen. I hate that I heard that Eddie Guerrero died... I'll miss u Eddie Guerrero!
logan myers
ps: I'll miss u... WWE champion of world Eddie Guerrero the one who beat Triple H and Brock Lesnar. Bye Eddie I'll miss u forever till I die !!!!!!
First of all I want to say I am really sorry for the loss of Eduardo Guerrero Llanes. Eddie Guerrero was my favorite superstar ever since I saw Smackdown for the first time. I knew how talented he was. Ever since I saw him wrestle I wanted to be like him. He inspired me in so many things. Especially now I want to wrestle and dedicate every match to Eddie Guerrero. I hope one day to be a WWE superstar. Now I am 16 but I know that if I try hard I can be a great wrestler like him. I just wish I took the opportunity to see him win the WWE championship. Instead I let it go and now I regret it. I know that if I met him that day he would've helped me be a wrestler. Now I head the gym almost every day and think about how much I want to be a wrestler. My cousin's favorite wrestler is Rey Mysterio and he also wants to be professional wrestler. My dream is to be tag team champions like Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio. I am 5 feet and 2 inches tall but even with my size I will try to be a good high school wrestler inside and out. Eddie you have inspired me and I miss you. My prayers go to everyone. Viva la raza.
Nicolas Lopez


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