Source: FOX News Latino
FOX News Latino has an interview with Chavo Guerrero, who discussed TNA and his family. Here are a couple of highlights from the interview:
His career without Eddie: "I had another three tag team championships runs and an ECW Championship. It's awesome. The very last year [in the WWE] left a lot to be desired, you're off TV and all of a sudden they start giving you this little program, you kinda make the most of them and make the best of them. They say the average life of a professional wrestler's about four and a half years. I've been doing it 18."
How long he plans to keep wrestling, and WWE wrestling being "bad": "In the wrestling business, you know, you really don't know what you're doing 'til about seven, eight years in. You look back to the way wrestling used to be — you didn't even make it to the big time until you were ten years in minimum. Now you're in the business for six months or a year and they come in the ring and they're getting shots at big time. And if you see the wrestling , especially at the other place, you can tell. I won't even watch that program because it's bad. The wrestling is so bad.
"If he can't wrestle, then he can't wrestle, you know? Very, very few and far between do we get a Triple H or a Rey Mysterio, a Randy Orton. That doesn't happen too much anymore. It's very few and far between. You can tell who's making John Cena look good."
Chavo also discussed teaming with Hernandez, the "lie, cheat, and steal" gimmick, why he signed with TNA and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.