Vickie Guerrero Talks About Her Departure on WWE Raw, Eddie and Being a Wrestling Wife

Josh Isenberg

vickie guerreroJonathan Snowden of Bleacher Report recently spoke with Vickie Guerrero. Below are some highlights of his interview with her.

On when she knew about her mud bath segment on Raw:

"About an hour before doors (opened). (Laughs.) Of course everyone is deciding what kind of show we're going to have that night, and the writers are still finishing the show. We find out around five o'clock. I've been in worse. Having a pudding match, it turns out, wasn't that bad after all." 

On if she thought she would ever bask in the cheers for her late husband and also work in WWE:

"No. It was agreed between Eddie and I that I would stay home and take care of the kids while he was on the road. And I was OK with that. (Laughs.) But things progressed, and my girls are talented. For them to do some things with Eddie and to not be nervous, it was kind of scary. Eddie was like "Oh gosh, what have I started?" 

I know he would have been proud for me to continue with WWE. Because when we did work together we always had a great time."

On being a wrestling wife:

"As a wrestling wife I got to know the people that Eddie worked with. Naturally they became really good friends of ours. It becomes a family. So when I did start to work with WWE, they weren't strangers to me. I've known some of these Superstars for 10 or 15 years. 

For them to welcome me backstage, and for them to support me and give me such great advice whenever I needed it was something I always kept in my heart. I felt special because I was part of a team that put on a great show. For me to be a part of that was a highlight of my life."

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