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Chavo on Eddie: “I don’t think he’d like it too much the way it is now”

Chavo Guerrero was interviewed by the Daily Sun in the UK. Here is what he had to say about his late great uncle Eddie Guerrero:

“I don’t think he’d like it too much the way it is now, because it is hard for a young wrestler to get that seasoned experience.

“You can disguise it all you want with explosions and pyro and entrances, but when it comes down to it in the ring, it’s you and that other person. That’s it.

“People don’t get the chance to travel these days and learn how to wrestle, how to perfect this art.”

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5 Responses

  1. Kerry says:

    He’s right.

  2. Me says:

    He is right, indeed! … many things to comment on this one, but the bare-naked fact is that Chavo is, indeed, right!

  3. Trig says:

    Is it really any harder? Did all of the companies in Europe and Japan and Mexico go away? Were they really taking on more US/Canadian talent than they do now? The biggest difference now is that WWE is willing to take these young, inexperienced guys and churn them through their own developmental program. If anything, WWE is now more open to signing those guys that have made it on their own on the US indies or abroad, like Daniel Bryan and Cesaro.

  4. Matt says:

    Sorry i call this bs. Really? Wrestling isn’t about which roads you take. It’s about keeping the heart no matter which road you take. WWE is the big money.

    So why do you people condemn talented young wrestlers that go to WWE early instead of later in their careers? It’s a damn honor for them to get recognition that early.

    It doesn’t make them less of wrestlers because of it. No matter what ring they are in, talented wrestlers are talented wrestlers. Internet “fans” need to stop being so hateful and idiotic on this. If you can’t appreciate the talented men and women putting their bodies on the line regardless of what roads they take on, you aren’t that much of a fan.

  5. Steven Jackson says:

    Chavo Guerrero is as always right. He might not be an amazing performer or have as much charisma as Eddie, but his way of life and integrity is something I will always respect about him.

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