WWE: Eddie Guerrero's Funniest Moments
As most of you are probably aware, a legend passed away six years ago, today.
Eddie Guerrero's passing has left a void in wrestling, and since his death, no one else has been able to lie, cheat and steal the hearts of the fans quite like him.
His memory is kept alive by his family, friends and fans. Those very fans have kept the Latino Heat burning within their hearts.
Instead of writing a tribute to Eddie Guerrero, I thought it'd be better to remember the more humorous moments of Eddie Guerrero's phenomenal career.
He could make us love him, hate him and laugh like no other wrestler. Humor was one of Guerrero's best qualities and also the one I miss the most.
His Cheating Ways
When Eddie Guerrero cheated, something special happened! We'd cheer and want him to cheat, as it was freaking hilarious to see.
He would take a chair and throw it to his opponent, then feign being hurt by collapsing on the floor. The referee assumed Guerrero was hit by the chair and award him the victory by way of disqualification.
He'd flash his smile and wink to his fans.
Stealing Ric Flair's Royal Rumble Number
Eddie Guerrero came in as No. 1 in the 2005 Royal Rumble, but he tried to work his magic by hugging Flair and took his number, as Flair had the luck of the draw and drew number 30.
Flair did not realize the trickery at hand until he checked his number again and went to search for Guerrero.
Guerrero unwillingly gave up his stolen number and Flair's wallet. Classic Guerrero moment!
Big Show's Potty Issues
Eddie was a very giving man, as he gave the Big Show some laxative-laced burritos.
Big Show was later found in the bathroom making some very disturbing noises without any toilet paper, as Eddie took the liberty of removing the roll.
It's one of the more memorable moments, but we all could've done without the liquefied farting sound effects.
We all know Eddie Guerrero oozed with charisma to the point where a simple smile could make us either smile with him or want to rip it off his face. Even when he was in WCW, he was as charismatic as ever.
His reaction to unmasking each of the Luchadores had me laughing until my whole body was in stitches.
Eddie's reaction to each Luchadore is priceless!
Lie, Cheat and Steal Segments
Chavo and Eddie Guerrero were, in my humble opinion, one of the best tag teams ever to set foot in the WWE.
They were a dynamic duo that could impose a beating when they needed to and make an entire stadium roar with laughter.
Their "Lie, Cheat and Steal" segments were some of the funnest I've seen on WWE programming.
McMahon Scared in the Low Rider
Many of us would scream with joy if we were ever invited to ride with Eddie in one of his low riders.
Vince McMahon was one of the lucky few, and being an old man out of touch with the world, he looked scared to be bouncing around on four wheels.
It was a surreal moment!
Eddie and John Cena in Singapore
You know you're watching comic gold when John Cena and Eddie Guerrero are enjoying some testicles together.
They were trying out some of the local food and giving their two cents, while dropping some awesome and hilarious one-liners over their meals.
Cena: I'm a little sexually confused...
Guerrero: Now your scaring me!
Eddie and Chyna
Remember when Eddie and Chyna hooked up during the Attitude Era and, for a time, were the "it" couple of the WWE?
I remember how dysfunctional they were together, with Eddie always getting scolded.
I learned from their relationship that if roses and chocolate don't work, then bring out the puppy!
Guerrero Faking Sickness
Eddie could lie his way out of everything...sometimes.
One minute he had a hot nurse aiding him with his "cramps," but the next, he was getting a male doctor's finger shoved up his bum.
Batista's heart was in the right place, but in this case, I prefer the chick.
Once again, Eddie Guerrero's reactions are timeless and priceless.
Latino Heat Burns Forever
I miss Eddie Guerrero and still can't believe that he's not in the WWE right now, continuing to steal our hearts.
He is one of the few wrestlers who made such an impact to where his death forever changed the world of wrestling, as his presence was bigger than the sport. And, that's a rare thing to occur in any sport.
Six years is a long time, and yet we still talk about him as if we just saw him wrestle on a previous episode of Smackdown. As long as each of us remember those funny moments, epic matches and many quirks of Eddie, then his Latino Heat will forever burn.
Rest in peace Eddie, as we all miss you!