Chavo Guerrero Jr. Details His Wrestling Departure in Exclusive Insight

Chavo Guerrero Jr. Details His Wrestling Departure in Exclusive Insight

Chavo Guerrero Jr. has made waves on the scene with his late uncle famous Eddie Guerrero, but in recent times, he’s taken a step back from the limelight. On “Insight with Chris Van Vliet,” the veteran outlined the reasons he’s focusing on different aspects of his career instead.

According to Guerrero following 2011, following his WWE announcement, the wrestler realised that he was not able to travel in full time wrestling. “At that time we were on the road 250 days a year. There was one year on the road, I was 300 days that year, so I was only home 65 days that year. So, I was like, I can’t do that anymore, not just mentally but my body.”

He also said that he thought that he could have taken a break from competition in the ring for between five and ten years prior to becoming a wrestling and fight coordinator. He also claimed that his uncle Mando’s transformation into a stuntman inspired him follow in his footsteps. This led him to him working on “Young Rock” and “GLOW,” and an unaired Episode of AppleTV’s “Loot”.

Since since then, Guerrero has become the most popular brand for every show that features an element of wrestling. He even said that the show’s creator “GLOW” called him after the show ended and praised his contribution, and also how prior to his interview, they planned to make the whole show helmed by women. However, his plans aren’t over and Guerrero plans to shift to the direction of.

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