Sad news folks, the legend that is, Eddie Guerrero died this morning is his hotel room. Normally I wouldn't make a post about a dead wrestler because they'd probably be faking their death but Eddy was different. He brang spirit to wrestling when I watched it, and I must confess Thursday night I do enjoy abit of Raw. Yet this is pretty damn sad.
"He brang spirit to wrestling when I watched it, and I must confess Thursday night I do enjoy abit of Raw."
You used the word brang in a sentence!?!?!
Anyway, shit man, Eddie was never my favourite wrestler. To be honest, he was one of my most hated. But that's what made it entertaining to watch him, the fact he could be such a bad guy.
I was actually quite suprised to see he's 38. I was thinking much younger, but still, that's way too young to die!
Well I did make that post at about 2am when I was shattered. Too late to correct it but it's one of those things you forget to see, I proof read all my posts so I rarely make mistakes. But as I said it was late.
And Keaton, STFU. What made you feel the need to say something like that?
A bit wierd. He seemed so healthy before that. And he was still a star, so it's quite possibly real. I blame it on drug overdose. Or assassination.
Disclaimer: Any sarcasm in my posts will not be mentioned as that would ruin the purpose. It is assumed that the reader is intelligent enough to tell the difference between what is sarcasm and what is not.
"It was heart failure. It was from his past – the drinking and the drug abuse. They found signs of heart disease. She (the examiner) said that the blood vessels were very worn and narrow, and that just showed all the abuse from the scheduling of work and his past. And Eddie just worked out like crazy all the time. It made his heart grow bigger and work harder and the vessels were getting smaller, and that’s what caused the heart failure. He went into a deep sleep."
"And Keaton, STFU. What made you feel the need to say something like that?"
Jeez, Sorrry. Anyway, before this I had no clue who the heck he was, even so it is kinda sad that he died at such a young age. Of course, It was really his falt, abusing alcohaul (I spelled that wrong didn't I) and drugs.
Have you ever wrestled before? I doubt it. Wrestling is scripted, not fake. If it were fake that would be implying that you could legit fly or something gay like that, and I'm pretty sure if wreslters could fly they wouldn't be wreslting, that's for sure.
It's also pretty weak to rag on pro-wrestling for it being fake cause that'd be like going to a movie and being all like "Aw that's pretty weak that it was fake." Come on, it's just like watching theatre.
But yeah, if you're limited to just watching WWE, I understand, it used to be run very well but now they're running it very shitty, and their "Top" stars suck at wrestling and can't act worth shit. TNA is becoming much better, especially with guys like Rhyno, Christian and Jeff Hardy joining their roster.
It was indeed sad that Eddie died. Granted alot of marks didn't like him because his charactor was duchebagish, but in terms of his wrestling, his technique and psychology he was simply amazing and one of the greatest. Also to clarify, Eddie was sober for several years.