• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School Wrestling Veteran Héctor Guerrero (Full name: Héctor Manuel Guerrero Llanes) celebrates his 64th birthday today.
Héctor is the brother of the late WCW/WWF Legend “Latino Heat” Eddie Guerrero, as well as the brother of “Chavo Classic” Chavo Guerrero Sr. and the uncle of WCW/WWE Veteran Chavo Guerrero Jr.!
After working for NWA Jim Crockett Promotions under a mask as Lazer-Tron, as well as wrestling for various territories under his real name, he made his World Wrestling Federation debut during the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1990’ PPV, wearing a turkey costume and being called “The Gobbledy Gooker”, a character that is always at least among the TOP 3 on every single list of the worst gimmicks in pro wrestling history.
The last we heard about him, was his spanish color commentary on TNA Total Nonstop Action TV between 2007 and 2015.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY HECTOR GUERRERO!
• SmackDown Star Comments On How WWE Stars May Enter Royal Rumble 2019 Match
During a recent interview with ABC-15 Arizona, SmackDown Live Superstar Daniel Bryan talked about the Royal Rumble 2019 PPV being held in Chase Field, if winning the WWE Championship again is his final goal & more.
Below are the highlights:
On the Royal Rumble 2019 PPV being held at Chase Field, which is a 48,000-seat baseball stadium for the Arizona Diamondbacks:
“It’s an incredible stadium. We were actually just talking about what the metamorphosis would look like. Right now, the thought is that we’d come out of the dugout. We’ve never had a Royal Rumble in a baseball stadium before. I’m super-psyched. I’ve never come out of a dugout to go into a wrestling show before.”
On how he views pro wrestling:
“For me, it’s always about improving and evolving my own art form, and a lot of times that involves me doing other martial arts like jiu-jitsu, kickboxing, that sort of thing, and incorporating that stuff into what I do. The way I view pro wrestling is different from the way a lot of people view it as. I view it from the spectrum of martial arts. I look at it as my own martial art. For me, it’s a real art form that I like to work on constantly.”
On if recapturing the WWE Championship is his end goal in pro wrestling:
“That’s kind of what it feels like to me. But I also feel like the journey is never complete. There’s never going to be this end goal where it’s like, ‘Okay, now I am satisfied.’ It’s like a musician who just always wants to play music.”