Eddie Guerrero

Eddie Guerrero is a second generation luchador, the son of lucha legend Gory Guerrero, brother of Mando, Hector and Chavo Sr. and uncle of Chavo Jr. The youngest of the Guerrero boys, Eddie first made a name for himself in Mexico, where he teamed with Art Barr as Los Gringos Locos, and Japan, where he wrestled as Black Tiger. A run in WCW introduced him to a whole new audience, but it wasn't until Eddie joined WWE in 2000 that his star took off. Overcoming a drug addiction and a release in 2001, Eddie would win his first and only World Championship in 2004, when he defeated Brock Lesnar to become WWE Champion. He would tragically pass away a year later on November 13, 2005.

Birth Name: Eduardo Gory Guerrero Llanes

Born: October 9, 1967 (age 38) in El Paso, Texas

Major Titles Held: ECW World Television Championship (twice), WCW Cruiserweight Championship (twice), WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (once), WWE Championship (once), WWE Tag Team Championship (four times), WWE United States Championship (once), WWF European Championship (twice), WWE Intercontinental Championship (twice)