Eddie Guerrero passed away on November 13, 2005 at 38 years of age. He left a legacy of pro wrestling and influenced generations to follow. WWE also never stopped using his image on merchandise.
Vickie Guerrero recently revealed that she came to a deal in 2006 with WWE. They own Eddie Guerrero’s image, name, and likeness.
She went on to call Vince McMahon her “saving grace” as the company helped her through some tough times. Those circumstances included lawsuits against Eddie Guerrero’s ex and debt. This will all be revealed in more detail when her upcoming book drops.
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!
WWE has now blackballed Vickie Guerrero. She showed up at an AEW event, and then the company pulled their Superstars from her podcast.
The last we heard things weren’t 100% okay between Vickie and WWE. Perhaps things have changed because this plug for her upcoming autobiography didn’t seem to hold any animosity.