Chavo Guerrero Shoot Interview Double DVD-R
Double DVD-R Version
The head of the Guerrero family tells all in this very emotional interview. It's no secret that Chavo has had a very rough time since his recent depature from WWE. Always known for his hot temper, you'll see a very sincere Chavo as he confronts his personal demons and recalls his extraordinary career in pro wrestling.
Chavo has wrestled for more than 30 years and is still going strong today. He is the son of the legendary Gory Guerrero, older brother to Mando and Hector Guerrero, father of Chavo Jr. and uncle of Eddy Guerrero. Chavo Sr. has been one of the most accomplished foreigners to ever compete in Japan and is widely credited with starting Giant Baba's junior heavyweight divisionin All Japan Pro Wrestling.
Chavo is no stranger to controversy and is widely regarded among American promotors as being one of the most difficult wrestlers. Chavo responds to this criticism andtells his side with tales of the deceit and lies told to him by many. He explains why he virtually became blackballed among U.S. promotors andhow this related to his success in Japan.
Chavo shares his opinion and stories on Mil Mascaras, the Funks, the McMahons, Vader, Roddy Piper, Tatsumi Fujinami, Bill Watts, Giant Baba, Bruiser Brody, JYD, and dozens of other promotors and wrestlers.
At length, he discussed the very controversial appearance at the 2004 Califlower Alley and what really did and did not happen at this event and the relationships he currently has with Bob Orton Sr., Verne Gagne, and Nick Bockwinkel following this crazy story.
Chavo also discusses his most recent stint with WWE. What was the original plan with him and why did it change? What really happened to him while he was WWE Cruiserweight Champion that led to hisdepature?
He tells the secrets on why theGuerrero family are such accomplished wrestlers and what wrestlers can do if they would like to enjoy this success. Chavo has two wrestling schools in Texas right now and tells of what he'd ultimately like to pass on to future superstars and what the current generation of wrestlers lack today.
Includes rare footage fromthe 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2005from Japan, US and Mexico!
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