Family and Origin:
Vickie Guerrero was the wife of legendary wrestler Eddie Guerrero, with whom she had two
daughters. She made her debut with former husband Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio in a storyline
where Eddie went on to reveal that Mysterio’s son Dominick was actually his own (kayfabe)
She first appeared in SmackDown to stop Eddie from revealing the secret, and later at SummerSlam
to cost him the ‘Custody of Dominick’ match against Rey, by pushing him off the ladder and pinning
him on the ground. After Eddie passed away of a heart attack, she appeared in a feud involving
Mysterio and Eddie’s nephew Chavo Guerrero, and turned heel by siding with Chavo against the
other. She is currently married to Kris Benson and the two exchanged rings shortly after the announcement of their engagement in June, 2015.
Edge and La Familia:
Vickie Guerrero was named the General Manager of SmackDown, and soon developed an onscreen
romantic relationship with Edge. She helped Edge win the World Heavyweight Championship at
Armageddon by setting biased matches in his favor. In 2008, Vickie formed the faction La Familia with Edge, Chavo Guerrero, Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder. The primary feud during this time was with Undertaker, whom Vickie placed in difficult matches to give Edge the edge. There was the Edge-Vickie wedding as well, but turned out that Edge was cheating on her with the wedding planner Alicia Fox, as per the video showed by Triple H.
As revenge, she turned on him and gave him up to long-time rival Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell
match, which led to Edge attacking her and other La Familia members a few weeks later. She aligned
with Big Show for a little while after this.
Other Associations and departure:
Vickie Guerrero managed Team LayCool from 2009-10 and then Dolph Ziggler in a romantic storyline
in 2010-12. Soon after, she was voted out by the fans on Raw, and was fired by Stephanie McMahon.
Ever since, she has made occasional appearances in WWE – once in an episode of Raw in 2016 and
again at Royal Rumble in 2018.