Chavo Speaks Out on Wrestler Impersonators, Raw Segment Cut

Nick Paglino


Chavo Guerrero posted the following blog on his WWE Universe account addressing wrestler impersonators:

“I can’t believe some people have nothing better to do in their lives than to pretend they are someone else. Please forgive me if I sound bitter, but I don’t like it when people read something and think that I said it when I didn’t. If someone is going to make an opinion about me, I’d like that person to have all the facts first. Then if they don’t like me, well the don’t like me. But they will not be liking me, not some person pretending to be me. Make any sense? I hope so. I know not everyone is going to like me, and to be honest, I don’t care. I stopped trying to please everyone a long time ago. We all get so caught up in trying to make people like us, that we lose who we truly are. If someone doesn’t like the real you, then you shouldn’t have to change who you are to please them. Stay true to yourself and the people who like you will be your true friends. If you surround yourself with those people, everything will work itself out.”

A segment featuring JBL was cut this past Monday night on Raw because the show ran too long. According to live reports, JBL cut a promo hyping his match at Survivor Series which was later announced on WWE.com. He was wearing a neck brace during the segment and explained it was needed due to the tombstone piledriver he took from The Undertaker the week before. He then ran a contest offering a fan money if he/she could name the past five US presidents. The fan was unsuccessful.

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