Chavo Guerrero Is Making a Major IMPACT!
Chavo Guerrero is now part of the TNA family.
Per Dixie Carter (President of TNA) facebook, Dixie just posted the following announcement
We’re excited to have Chavo Guerrero join the TNA family! Looking forward to seeing him on IMPACT WRESTLING Thursday, July 26th on Spike TV!
Chavo is an 18 year ring veteran, who will be able to bring a great deal of wisdom and in ring experience now since he is on the TNA roster.
Chavo has wrestled in just about all of the major promotions in the United States and all over the world.. Starting his career off in 1994 working both Mexico and New Japan Pro Wrestling. In 1996 he made his mainstream debut by signing with World Championship Wrestling. After WCW was purchased by the World Wrestling Federation in 2001, Chavo successfully made the transfer over from the WCW to the WWF, where he continued to excel.
For the next 10 years, Chavo made an indelible footprint in his time with World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment by capturing multiple titles. Including the WWE Tag Team Championships with his uncle the late great Eddie Guerrero.
On June 25th 2011, per his request, Chavo was released from the World Wrestling Entertainment. Chavo took a little time off, worked some independent promotional shows and took advantage of his freedom that has yet to experience.
At the age of 41 and still is great shape, Chavo has now signed with TNA Impact Wrestling and will be debuting on July 26th, live on Spike Tv.
Chavo’s uncle, Hector Guerrero is still working with TNA Impact Wrestling doing Spanish commentary and also works as a road agent. so the familiarity works on both ends.
This should be interesting to see how this all plays out. Stay tuned to Rant Sports for more details about this signing.
Maurice D. Proffit is a writer for Rant Sports
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