During their stay at a hotel, while performing at house shows, Eddie never answered his wake-up call. Chavo held Eddie in his arms and he passed away. Eddie had died from an enlarged heart. Benoit had called Chavo, unaware of the events that had taken place.
Eddie Guerrero had passed away on November 13, 2005, due to acute heart failure. A tribute show was hosted in the WWE wrestler’s memory on the same day. Eddie Guerrero was found unconscious in his hotel room in Minneapolis Minnesota by his younger brother Chavo Guerrero on November 13, 2005, i.e. exactly 14 years ago.
However, it all came crashing down on November 13, 2005, as he found unconscious in his hotel room in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Guerrero passed away shortly afterward in the hotel at age 38 as the autopsy revealed he had acute heart failure due to underlying atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.
Kennedy was Eddie Guerrero’s final match before the former WWE Champion’s untimely death on 13th November, 2005.
The match at WrestleMania was part of a storyline in which Guerrero turned on Mysterio and beat him up after abandoning him during a match against MNM for the Tag Team Championship. Guerrero later revealed that, in the storyline, he was Dominik’s biological father.
When Dominik Mysterio, the 23-year-old son of legendary wrestler Rey Mysterio, heard the most important news of his life, all he could do was laugh.
Nowadays, wrestlers are regularly tested for performance-enhancing drugs such as HGH and steroids. If violations are made, fines and suspensions are handed out accordingly.
During Eddie’s 2005 feud with Rey Mysterio, WWE fans were introduced to Rey’s son Dominick. During the feud, it was revealed that while Eddie was separated from Vickie, he had a child out of wedlock. In real-life, Dominick is the son of Rey Mysterio and he is not related to the Guerrero family.
Hart died on May 23, 1999, due to injuries following an equipment malfunction and fall from the rafters of Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri, United States, during his ring entrance at the WWF’s Over the Edge pay-per-view event.
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