Six-Man Tag Team Match On WWE Main Event, Vickie Guerrero “Fired” On Raw

- Dolph Ziggler, Rob Van Dam, and Kofi Kingston vs. Seth Rollins, Bad News Barrett, and Jack Swagger has been announced for tomorrow night’s live episode of WWE Main Event.

- Stephanie McMahon “fired” Vickie Guerrero on tonight’s Raw. They met in the ring at the beginning of the show following Stephanie’s puking angle last week when Roman Reigns “messed with” her coffee and made his way into Battle Royal.

Vickie Guerrero vs. Stephanie McMahon was scheduled for later on in tonight’s show, and Vickie would be “fired” if she lost. McMahon revealed a pool of brown substance by the ramp. Stephanie had Rosa Mendez, Layla, and Alicia Fox drag Vickie down to the pool, but they ended up going into it. Stephanie shoved Vickie into the pool and said the most famous line in WWE history. Before the segment was over, Vickie shoved Stephanie into the pool and paid tribute to Eddie Guerrero by doing his shake and pointed up to the sky.

We reported earlier that Vickie Guerrero was rumored to be leaving WWE to pursue other career interests.

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  • Dave Barton

    Vickie getting fired is getting as bad as Jericho leaving Raw…it keeps happening so much, we don’t believe it anymore.

  • Dustyn

    I’ll miss seeing her on TV. I’ve seen her several times live, and she’s just great at what she does. Hope to see her back at some time, as well as an eventual induction into the HOF.

  • kingdook24

    Excuse Me?… EXCUSE ME!!!

    Those two words generated so much heat for Vickie – it was money; it always got a reaction. Just like Daniel Bryan’s Yes and No chants (cheers)… Paul Heyman’s “Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Paul Heyman…” line (boos)… the list goes on. Only so many people can do that & Vickie was really good in her roles, though most were for comedic effect. Wish they would’ve taken her character a bit more serious. She could’ve been one of the top heels in the company, if she wasn’t during her time with WWE. I wish her the best.