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WWE News: Vickie Guerrero says she was backstabbed in WWE

Straight to the point as always, The Cougar has a harsh message for her former co-workers.

Guerrero has had a fairly successful career in the WWE as a manager.

What’s the story?

On a recent episode of Madusa’s Full Throttle Podcast, Vickie Guerrero talked about a number of things and delivered a harsh message for the women that worked with her. She said:

”I guess in general, thanks for the backstabbing. That probably pertains to like, five people.”

In case you didn’t know...

Vickie Guerrero (real name Vickie Lynn Benson) performed as a former on-air authority figure in the WWE. Vickie is also the widow of the late WWE Hall of Famer, Eddie Guerrero. She has managed a number of wrestlers including Eddie Guerrero, Chavo Guerrero, Edge (love interest and wife in storyline), Dolph Ziggler, Big Show and many others. She is notorious for her catch-phrase “Excuse Me!” that generated incredible heel heat.

The Heart of the matter

Vickie Guerrero recently appeared on WWE Hall of Famer Madusa/Alundra Blayze’s podcast, where she talked about her time in WWE and many other things. When the former General Manager of Monday Night Raw was asked to give a message to the women who worked with her during her time in the WWE, she sarcastically thanked them for the backstabbing and said that it only pertained to five people.

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What’s next?

Vickie Guerrero is currently studying medical administration and won’t be seen on WWE TV anytime soon.

Author’s take

Vickie Guerrero was someone that the fans loved to hate. There was a certain quality to her character that put her over the top. However, this also means that she was a great heel. Her statement could certainly set the rumour mill in motion, but backstage politics in WWE isn’t anything new, so things like this shouldn’t come off as a huge surprise to anyone. 


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