WWE legend Vickie Guerrero is set to release a tell-all autobiography in the near future.
Guerrero, arguably one of WWE’s greatest heel personalities of all time, took to her social media pages this past Friday to express how WWE was a big part of her life for a long time. However, she says ‘feelings change and people change’ and she has officially moved on from the WWE. She plans to release a tell all autobiography in the near future, detailing her life, wrestling career and indeed her time with WWE.
“Since 2006, WWE & myself came to the agreement of WWE owning the rights to Eddie’s image, name, and likeness! Vince was my saving grace from lawsuits with Eddie’s ex, debt, and other legalities to be settled! More details to come in my autobiography, out soon!” Guerrero said.
“I humbly gave my heart & life to WWE to gratefully be apart of the roster for many years. Great storylines and fame…For today, feelings change and people change….I have moved on from WWE and will continue writing amazing chapters in my life!” she concluded.
Guerrero performed for the WWE from 2005 until 2014. In that time she managed a number of big names, took part in romantic storylines, became general manager and even occasionally mixed it up in the ring. She made a surprise appearance on January 28, 2018 to be part of the historic first ever women’s Royal Rumble match.
In December of 2019, Guerrero appeared as a guest commentator for AEW on their YouTube show ‘Dark’. According to Guerrero, this appearance resulted in the WWE cutting all ties with her.