As promised, your Eddie Guerrero feedback is posted below. More will be coming. Thanks to ALL of you who sent this in. This is absolutely an amazing amount of feedback from all of you. We appreciate your comments and continued support. Some of these brought me to tears.
Tony Hall, London England
From: “William Peachey”
RIP Eddie – Viva La Razza!
From: “Cardone, Nelson PO”
To Eddie – Thank you. Thank you for giving us something to cheer about. Thank you for being human. Now you rest in a place where nothing can get to you. I think I speak on behalf of everyone that we look forward to seeing you when our time comes. Stay smiling for we will never forget…LATINO HEAT. Rest in Peace forever.
-Matt, United Kingdom.
From: “Chris Hargraves”
God speed Eddie
From: “mike guittar”
From: “JASON BURKE”
JASON B (RHODE ISLAND)
From: “Ignazio Manganaro”
From: “damon brunt”
From: “Craig Hunt”
R.I.P Eddie Guerrero – We will miss you and never forget you
From: “Brad Ancevic”
From: “Lisa Wright”
I don’t know what to say
You left so us suddenly
You were always there entertaining
I’ll miss you Eddie and it hurts a lot
The talent you possessed was endless
You were an inspiration to many
For the obstacles you overcame
Maybe our paths will cross again
You will be sorely missed Eddie
I’m glad I had the opportunity
I end this poem now
By Lisa Wright, 17, Manchester, England
From: “Justin Kirby”
From: “Daniel Walker”
I cannot truely put into words the emotions I felt when I heard the news. It was a complete bolt out of the blue, and something I never saw coming. Eddie was one of the most charasmatic and most natural characters in recent WWE, and always seemed to have a smile on his face.
He beat everything life put in front of him, which is an inspiration for me, and and inspiration for millions of people around the world.
God Bless you, Eddie.
From: “Robert Yrlas” <
From: “Anderson, Douglas”
From: “Luke Dobbins”
It is about 26 Hours after I learned of Eddie’s passing and I still
R.I.P Eddie Guerrero You had a positive impact on our lives in many
From: “isobel chesterfield”
From: “Delfin Vasquez”
We’ll miss ya man,
From: “Carol Mihail”
From: “Dobry, Paul”
From: “ryan denno”
Forever a fan,
From: “albert cerda”
From: “Roger Fence”
From: “Sean Daniels”
From: “Ben Jeffreys”
From: “Alexander Omolafe”
Thanks for all the good years of lying, stealing, and cheating. I only wish the Lord hadn’t stolen you away from us. God be with your family and friends and show everyone up there what it means to be cool. God Bless Always,
From: “Shaun Best”
Not since Owen Hart has a wrestler dying hit me so hard. After posting
From: “Michelle Delgado”
Andy S, United Kingdom.
From: “Tamara Henne” <
From: “ric flaires”
From: “Steve Ketterer”
I also remember Guerrero’s early days in the WWF(E). I don’t think any other competitor could have such rememberly segments with Chyna. Those were simply priceless. It just sucks that he, like alot of talent, appeared to be underutilized in the WWE.
It takes alot of talent to accomplish what he has done. He was a master in the ring and on the mic. His talent is simply unbelivable, and it sucks that he was taken so soon. Guerrero easly had several more years of wrestling in him. Given, many say you only have one time where you are at your prime, but Guerrero disproved this. He was at the top of his game back in WCW, but he was easily back up to that point over the past year or so.
Latino Heat will live on in our memories, and i hope i can be half as good as Guerrero in my wrestling career.
From: “Mike Arienti”
November 13, 2005 will forever mark the passing of Eddie Guerrero the decent Christian man, husband, father, friend, cousin, uncle and wrestling superstar who stole our attention and our hearts in so many ways.
Vaya con Dios, Eddie! You will be missed!
From: “stuart mellor”
As a mark of respect to the late Eddie Guerrero i have scraped my
I think one of the reasons it came as a blow to many people is because
Never again will we see the Three – Amigos or the 5 Star, or his
Eddie i love you and wish you were still with us right now,
From: “Dave Ferla”
From: “jonnie sam”
I loved his mic work and his promos – he pulled off his heel turns as
Right now my thoughts are with his wife and children, God bless them
From: “Jag Sangha”
From: “Arteaga, Manuel”
Viva la raza
Love manny from virginia
From: “Kenn Webster Porter Yard”
From: “Shane Walsh”
From: “Alex Stefany”
God Bless You Eddie, and your family and your friends. I will miss you!
From: “Kevin Ngoun”
Then I went to wwe.com and it was all there. News, conferences, videos, and everything on wwe.com was about the loss of Eddie Guerrero. He was truly a great man, and very inspirational to many of us. Some us have gone through what he have gone through, and being able to overcome the odds, and demons that is in our lives. He made me and millions of fans laugh, cry, angry, and many other emotions that went along with the character that he play. I was a fan of his from the days of WCW, and how his style made me watch wrestling even more.
From the time that he left, WCW to WWE, I knew he would have a great career here because of all things WCW didn’t want Eddie or the younger talent to do. When he came to WWE, he was doing a great job, and deserving the fame that he deserve. From the time he came up with the Lie, Cheat, and Steal gimmick, it brought me some life and joy to see. It was one of those funny things that is needed in WWE. He made me laugh so much, that I couldn’t get enough of him. He is truly the man of the century, and he is sure will be missed. R.I.P Eddie Guerrero, and long live the memory of Latino Heat!
From: “Bryan Rockefeller”
From: “Terrance Povey”
From: “Paquin, Douglas”
Rest In Peace Eddie, and God Bless.
From: “Ramzi El Rifai”
God Bless Him
From: “Rodney Davis”
From: “Ron D’Anna”
From: “Tracy L”
From: “Tom Waddington”
Shine down on us all Eddie and Rest In Peace.
From: “ant edge”
Eddie had gone through so much in his life and we all know what had happened. In the past few years he had gotten himself back on the right track. I didnt know him, but the way he was. He was out there every week and loving it. He was a guy that gave 110% but did it so people would go home happy. It was something else to see Eddie become world champion last year. After all he had been through he never imagined he would make it to that level. He did and thank god he did. He deserved it.
So I want to say all these words but there isn’t one to give. Its a case of taking in the best memories of him and making us all smile. Thats the one thing that Eddie did the best. He made us all smile. Eddie will never be forgtten. Thoughts are with everyone close to him. We’ll miss you.
From: “Van Seggelen”
From: “Nick Asamoah”
R.I.P Eddie Guerrero
Viva La Raza
Lie, Cheat and Steal
I love u man, u r my inspiration
Nicholas, London 16
From: “Kalon Willis”
Bryn Cooper, UK.
I’d like to send my condolences to the Guerrero family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless.
From: “tyler jump”
From: “jimmy rad”
From: “Brian Webb”
From: “laura hager”
¡Véale en la próxima vida, mi amigo!
R.I.P Papi u will forever be rememberd and always be missed
From: “Jason Griffith”
From: “?????? [alfonso] ????
Alfonso Avila Mexico D.F.
God bless Eddie Guerrero
From: “Davik Informatique”
My prayers to your family, especially your 3 kids. You can rest in peace ’cause we’ll never forget you.
From: “Kevin Stoll”
From: “Lucas Mutschler”
From: “Eva Jornet” <
From: “Anthony Putney”
From: “Dominic Berner”
You will never be forgotten in the eyes of your fans.
Rest In Pearce
From: “Joseph Brozoski”
From: “Matt Edlin”
Viva La Raza – R.I.P Eddie, we love you
From: “Joe Maley”
From: “peter walker”
I just want to add my s and my families sympathy to the Guerrero family at this very sad time.
I sae Eddie wrestle in the U.K. a few months ago and it is no exaggeration that he was the best wrestler on the show.
I will be at the Manchester show on Thursday and will pay my respects accordingly.
From: “Daniel Plunkett”
From: “steve jenkins”
Steve Jenkins – Newcastle, UK.
From: “Devin Skaggs”
From: “jim malervy”
From: “Jim Alvey”
I wish Eddie the best of luck in the afterlife, and I pray to God his family will be able to go on without him.
VIVA LA RAZA EDDIE!!
I wish his family and children all the best in what of course is a hard
From: “mike smith”
From: “brandon harris”
Regardless, someone has to step in and do something about whatever is causing these wrestlers to die way too early in their lives.
May God be with Eddie Guerrero and his family.
From: “Dan Jackson” <
Myself, like nearly everyone who reads this will be, am just a fan. I grew up watching wrestling in the 1990’s in the middle of the Monday Night Wars it was a very exciting time for wrestling fans everywhere. I didn’t see too much of Guerrero in WCW, I wasn’t there biggest fan but what I did see I really liked. It was not until his debut in the WWE that I really became familiar with him, instantly as the Radicalz debuted I picked Eddie out as the stand out star with Benoit, Malenko and Saturn all very impressive as well.
As Eddie progressed in the WWE I became fascinated with his unique style and charisma, I saw his tapes from Japan, ECW and went back and looked at his WCW matches with classics everywhere.
I know about his personal problems, his alcoholism and drug abuse, but that is not what this man will be remembered for. Myself, and everyone I know, has commented on what an amazing athelete and character the man was. I myself am incredibly proud of man I never knew or will ever have the pleasure of knowing, for being able to overcoome these demons and get his life back on track, to become the best in the world.
How history will look upon Guerrero I don’t know, but to me he was the absolute best and while he had his troubles he was able to overcome them and that is the mark of a true man.
Eddie Guerrero R.I.P.
From: “Phil Ebner”
As a man who is only 5ft8, i have been told all my life that I am too small to be a footballer, but watching Eddie Guerrero and Chris Benoit (2 small men in the land of giants) stand at Wrestlemania XX holding the 2 heavyweight titles was truly inspirational to me, I will never forget it.
Eddie was definitely one of the greatest in ring performers of my generation, and I will never forget him.
RIP Eddie Guerrero, thank you for entertaining us.
From Phil (Glasgow, Scotland)
From: “S. Templeton”
From: “Dustin Hartman”
Well, Eddie has beaten those addictions. All of the pain that he has
May God comfort his wife and daughters during this difficult time.
God bless you, Eddie. You were truly an inspiration to us all. You
From: “pascual monge”
From: “em em”
From: “Pete Ralls”
From: “Ravi Pilaipakam” <
He was one of th emost charismatic and natural wrestlers to grace my tv
We will never forget you…Lie cheat and steal in heaven esse
From: “John Latimer”
I first seen Eddie wrestle on WCW Televsion back in 1997. And boy can this guy do the job. Instantly, I loved watching this guy perform; he was one of the best “HEEL” wrestlers that I enjoyed watching. When I found out that Eddie was a good friend of Chris Benoit, I really payed attention to his wrestling performances. There are alot of Eddie moments, but there was a look in his eye the last time I seen him. If you pay attention to his eyes on last Fridays Smackdown, there is some kind of tinckle or birthday look in his eyes. Maybe inside he knew what was to come about.
In closing, my favorite Eddie Geurrero moment was indeed when he won his first major title, the WWE Heavyweight Champion of the world “Eddie Geurrero”. Bye Eddie. Your chant will be heard throughout the world tonight.
From: “Luis Rivera”
Adam Lawler, Birmingham, UK
From: “John Eirich”
Eddie was a great performer, and a great man. Beating Drugs and Alcohol, and having a family.
But sunday that all came to an end for the man who was 38 years young. No one knows how it happened, but its a tragic loss to all who’ve seen him in the ring, or knew him personally.
I for one am shaken about his death, and i’ve never seen him live at a wrestling event, just on tv and on ppv, but it hurts me to know he’s gone.
I heard them say, he died of heart failure while brushing his teeth. It doesn’t matter to me how he died. All that matters is that the World of wrestling lost a great man.
R.I.P Eddie Guerrero
Jim Schnur– BiggJim77@aol.com
From: “Al Gutierrez” <
From: “Trejo, Ausencio”
From: “athar haseebullah”
From: “Walkie Bob”
From: “Smothers, Dustin E”
From: “Cory Askanazi”
From: “RYAN MYERS”
viva la razza!
From: “Brian Scholl”
From: “raysean reese”
From: “Austin Osueke”
Thanks to your legacy, Mr. Guerrero, I’m going to keep at my dreams and never give up.
Most of all, I want to become a decent man like you, Mr. Guerrero.
From: “Scott Lukesic” <
From: “JASON&EMILY GOLDSBERRY”
From: “lynette hacker”
It was my first time attending a WWE Event at age 21. Big Show was my first ever “Meet and Greet” Wrestling Superstar. Eddie Guerrero was my last and fondest memory of a “Meet and Greet” Wrestling Superstar that I will never forget.
He was such a nice dude….to me, my girlfriend, and my girlfriend’s sister. His daughters were there. It was not only a joy to watch him sign autographs and chat with fans, but it was really special to see him interacting with his daughters as well. When I saw this, I was thinking to myself…”Wow, It must be so awesome to be a Father.” I hope one day I can have that type of affection he displayed for his children.
It was my turn to “Meet and Greet” Mr. Guerrero. I told him: “It’s a pleasure to meet you, man”. He said: “How’s it going?” “Taking it easy? “Good”. I stood beside him as a fan was kind enough to snap some pics for us…I held a peace sign hand gesture as to illustrate that, “This is the coolest moment.” He put his arm around my neck. Pictured was taken. History was made for me. This was as close to Eddie Guerrero as I ever got to. It was a surreal moment. And one I will always cherish.
Simply put, he was one of the best pure athletes and entertainers of the WWE. From one fellow Latino to another: “Muchisimas Gracias, Eddie Guerrero.” “Nunca te voy a olvidar”. “Te Quiero.” Translation: “Thank you very much, Eddie Guerrero.” “I’ll never forget you.” “I Love You.” R.I.P. Eddie Guerrero.
From: “cody drennen”
From: “Ray Zwicker”
as the years past i started to develop an appreciation
Then i discovered ECW and subsequently, the WCW
towards the end of 1999, i was so sick of seeing him
then came january 2000. hallejulah! Eddie, along
then again, not everything works out the way you hope.
but, then with the brand split, eddie was back. and
then at Wrestlemania 20, when benoit took the gold,
Eddie, your presence, your ability to captivate and
i know there’s a low-rider in heaven waiting,
you will be missed, but never forgotten. Latino Heat
From: “James Sheppard”
Viva la Raza – RIP Eddie Guerrero 1967-2005
From: “Daniel Andrews”
From: “Euan Hay”
From: “stephen wild”
R.I.P EDDIE GURRERO GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN
From the family of
From: “Lindsay Smith”
I have been following Eddie since his WCW days, and really closely since he joined WWE with Benoit, Melinko and Saturn. I, like many, have watched him battle his addictions, get seriously hurt, come back, get fired, come back and then win the ultimate prize, the WWE Championship. It was amazing watching this guy, whom many considered (like Benoit and Jericho), too short to carry such a Championship. It probably was one of my most enjoyable times watching Eddie, along with his bestfriend Benoit, carry the company.
We as fans lost one of the most charasmatic, energetic, knowledgeable and great entertainers and athletes of our time. Eddie Guerrero was truely an ambassidor the sport and to athletes accross the world. He is an inspiration to anyone that has hit rock bottom, or extremely tough times, to only come back and be a better person, friend, brother, uncle, father, and husband.
We all will miss Eddie Guerrero. There will NEVER be anyone like him, only ones that can aspire to be like him. I truely will miss this guy. I never knew how big a fan I was of him till now.
God Bless Eddie and his family and friends. We all morn in sorrow as we have all lost a truely great man. Yet, we all can hold the knowldege that we can all continue to watch Eddie via DVDs and specials. Eddie will live on forever in our hearts and minds, as well as our personal entertainment as we put in a DVD to watch one of the greatest performers/athletes/man of all time.
God Bless Eddie. You are in God’s hands now.
Hopefully in the future maybe a test could be done to determine if a persons heart is enlarged or damage by past drug use. I think evberydody should get there favorite hat and wrtite E.G. on it somewere in tribute to Eddie. I got the chance to meet him in Pittsburgh and he was great. He wsa truly the best Hispanic Wrestler of the modern era.
So if you see someone with E.G. on their hat just give them a nod and look up to heaven because that truly is were Eddie at.
your biggest fan
Like many other wrestling fans, I am still in utter disbelief that Eddie is gone and will no longer be bringing Latino Heat to the ring for all of his fans. Eddie was without a doubt one of the very best technical wrestlers to ever grace a wrestling ring. Not many men could put on a wrestling match with Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit like Eddie could. We have seen so many great talents go far too soon in the past several years. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends during this most difficult time. The WWE just won’t be the same. I am looking forward to the tribute shows this week. Rest in peace Eddie.
From: “Jon Osborne”
From: “Pedro Baldaia”
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From: “Omar Taveras”
From: “Thomas Cox”
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From: “Mike Farrick”
Skip ahead several years. Wrestling interest boomed and I was able to see many new and different wrestlers. Over the years I was able to see such great Hispanic and Mexican wrestlers as Mil Mascaras, Manny Fernandez, Pedro Morales… Still no Guerrero. When Eddie Guerrero finally came to WCW, I was elated. I had heard of him in ECW, now I could see him. He quicky became one of my favorites. Then the jump to WWE with the Radicalz sealed my respect and enjoyment of his abilities. Face or heel, Eddie was always entertaining. He put his all into every match, even if his role was to avoid the big face. Man, if only other wrestlers could work the way he did.
Today’s wrestling product will sorely miss Eddie. I will miss all of his antics. Be with God. You have earned the right to rest. You have meant so many different things to many people. May your family find happiness in the short time they had with you.
Viva la Raza!
D. Byrd, Laurel, Md
From: “sheila chilton”
EDDIE ILL MISS YOU BRO, YOUR NOW WITH GOD AND I HOPE TO SEE YOU AT THE END OF MY TIME, LOVE YOU BRO
I am a 32 year old male that (as most men in my demographic) spends a
FYI- The disrespectful comments were made on the Colin Cowherd show
Thank you for your time.
From: “Chuck Brandt”
From: “Matthew Demeester”
My name is Dennis and I’ve been following wrestling ever since I was 3 or 4 years old. I’m deeply saddened to hear the untimely passing of Eddie Guerrero I’ve followed his career ever since he and Chavo where both in WCW. Eddie was a great face in the wrestling business he will be missed dearly by everybody who follows the wrestling business. I send my thoughts and prayers to the entire Guerrero family. I will indeed be watching the tribute shows that the WWE will be putting on in his honor. The wrestling world has lost a great wrestler and most of all an extraordinary human being.
From: “Vahan Tchrakian”
From: “Jamie Lahey”
R.I.P. Eddie, the flames of Latino Heat will burn forever.
From: “Perhach, Andy”
LATINO HEAT FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From: “Phillip Greenfield”
From: “Andrew Hambridge”
Eddie was a class act and a true inspiration to never quit, no matter how low life gets. Ill miss you Eddie. Thanks for the memories and say hi to my grandmother for me! 🙂
From: “The Jennys”
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