Vicky Guerrero: Can WWE SmackDown GM Do Anything Original?

Jeff LangridgeCorrespondent IIIFebruary 1, 2011

This Friday night on SmackDown, the World Heavyweight Championship will be defended in a three-on-two mixed handicap match. The team of World Heavyweight Champion Edge and Kelly Kelly will face Dolph Ziggler, Michelle McCool and Layla. If anyone on Ziggler's team gets the pinfall, Ziggler will win the title.

This is all the brainchild of, you guessed it, Vickie Guerrero.

I know Guerrero is a heel and is supposed to make the babyface superstars miserable. She's doing a great job, maybe too great a job, because she's also making my life miserable. Her gimmick is that of a cougar, which is downright stupid. As long as she has been the "official consultant" to the general manager, she has chosen her favourite superstar and given him as many chances at titles as they want.

Now, if she had only done that with one superstar, that would be okay, but it's gotten way out of hand. It started with Edge, then somehow Big Show. After leaving for a short while, she managed her new boyfriend Eric Escobar, and the only reason that didn't work out was because he got released. After that, we thought it was all over.

Unfortunately, it was not to be. Next was the strange relationship between Guerrero and LayCool. Guerrero managed Laycool to the Diva's Championship that took so long to take off them. Now, Ziggler is her flavor of choice. First, he won the Intercontinental Championship and now she has guided him into contention for the World Title.

My point is that Guerrero has always used the same tactics to annoy both the superstars and the audience. All I ask is that WWE Creative think of new ideas for her, and not use the exact same ideas over, over and over again. Not to mention, TNA has dibs on putting a World Title up for grabs in a tag match.

I don't know when Vickie Guerrero will disappear from WWE forever, but hopefully it happens soon, because if I hear another "EXCUSE ME", I don't know what I'll do.

Get well soon, Teddy Long. Please.