Sunday, April 22, 2007

Luchador - Chavo Guerrero, Sr.

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Chavo Guerrero, Sr. (born Salvador Guerrero Llanes on January 7, 1949) is a former professional wrestler.

Earlier in his career, Chavo had feuded with Roddy Piper in California and Atsushi Onita in Japan over lighter-weight titles.

He usually teamed with his brothers, Mando and Hector wherever he wrestled. Prior to wrestling for World Wrestling Entertainment, his biggest exposure was in the late 1980s wrestling in the American Wrestling Association on ESPN. He was teaming with his brother Mando to go after the AWA World Tag Team Championship held by Diamond Dallas Page's team of Badd Company (Paul Diamond and Pat Tanaka).

Chavo Guerrero began working for World Wrestling Entertainment. He debuted on the January 15, 2004 episode of SmackDown! coming in to join with his son Chavo, Jr. in feud with his brother Eddie. While with WWE, Guerrero had a brief reign as Cruiserweight Champion, becoming the oldest Cruiserweight Champion in history. On June 15, 2004, he was fired by WWE for no-showing a SmackDown! house show two days earlier.

His son Salvador Chavito Guerrero III, better known as Chavo Jr. (also known as Chavo Guerrero) continues to perform for WWE. His youngest brother, Eduardo, better known as Eddie Guerrero, also performed in WWE until his death in November 2005.
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