Shaul Guerrero Reveals She At Times Got Scared Of Her Father Eddie Guerrero

Shaul Guerrero, daughter of one of the greatest Stars of all time the late Eddie Guerrero, spoke with Chris Van Vliet on Insight on topics like how she has been handling and approaching her pro wrestling career being the daughter of the late great Eddie Guerrero.

Shaul Guerrero said:

“I don’t know how he was Eddie Guerrero half of the time.” “My dad loved this business so much, he was constantly thinking about wrestling. No one can be him. It was getting overwhelming in good ways. I think when I announced my comeback, I was getting a lot of bites from promoters, which was very humbling. But they also wanted to put me in the very top positions, which I was like ‘I haven’t wrestled in 6 years.’ It was overwhelming. When I first went into wrestling, I went into the largest and most prestigious company in the world. I am very grateful for that, but that also comes with the biggest amount of pressure. It was so intense, not to mention the Guerrero way, go hard or go home. High expectations are just in the family. I was having panic attacks just going to training sessions.”

Shaul Guerrero then revealed that she was scared at times by Eddie Guerrero as her father.

Shaul Guerrero said:

“My dad scared the s–t out of me growing up.” “It’s no secret that he struggled with alcohol and drugs. I think unfortunately growing up until I was 12 or 13, that was pretty much all I saw. It was a complicated relationship with my dad. I didn’t really get to know him until I was 13, 14, 15. He passed when I was 15.”

Shaul Guerrero then talked about the day her father passed away, which was on November 13th, 2005.

Shaul Guerrero said:

“I was woken up by my dad’s sister Linda and my cousins.” “They woke us up and I have never had anyone truly pass away until that day. They brought us out into the living room and they told us what happened. I think they told me separately from my sister, because mom wasn’t there. She was completely distraught; it was a terrible day.”

Shaul Guerrero then talked about her favorite memories of her father.

Shaul Guerrero said:

“He would do random acts of kindness all the time.” “One day I was at step team practice and he brought a s–tload of McDonalds for everybody. One day he saw me and the kids were bored, so he went to Target and bought a bunch of water guns. Of course he got the super soaker and it turned into this battle. He would do things like that all the time. He had a big heart, when he was sober he was great and the person to talk to in the locker room.”

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