Vickie Guerrero Bids Farewell In Classy Letter Published On Dot Com

Vickie Guerrero finished up with WWE on this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw. As we reported here on WrestlingNewsWorld.com, she’ll look to move on to a career in medical administration and will graduate soon with her Associate’s Degree.

In a new letter published Wednesday on dot com, Vickie bids farewell to her co-workers in a very classy fashion. Her funniest mention was to Adam “Edge” Copeland, who she thanked for believing in her when she didn’t know “what the hell” she was doing. You can read the letter at this link.

You can watch a video of Vickie saying goodbye backstage at this link.

Richard Reacts: It’s been a privilege to cover the career of Vickie Guerrero. Like she mentioned in her letter, she went from “Eddie’s wife” to her own identity. I believe she is one of the greatest talkers in the history of the wrestling business and she further proved that with her babyface turn to conclude her run on Raw. Thank you for the memories, Vickie. We will miss you.

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  • wagdaddy

    greatest talkers…..? um, no.

    • tone

      I agree a little overboard with that statement

    • BrooksOglesby

      Depends on what you mean by greatest talker. If you measure greatness by the actual words within the promo or the way the words are said (I imagine CM Punk and Paul Heyman are good examples of this), then Vickie probably wouldn’t fit in that list. Vickie will never a have a DVD of her greatest promos.

      The thing about Vickie, though, is that she didn’t need to do that. Whereas even great wordsmiths like Heyman or Punk have gotten tepid heat or even cheers during heel promos, Vickie virtually never received anything but unilateral boos. So if we’re talking about people who were most effective at garnering heat through talking, Vickie’s gotta be somewhere on that list.

  • J Vomkrieg

    Few people could generate heat like Vickie could. She is one of my favourite heels of the last decade. I’m going to miss her.

  • ldb

    Vickie drew heat with La Familial so strong I worried for her safety sometimes. Man I loved how she worked her character, I will miss hearing Excuse Me! Best wishes Vickie

  • Billy RedFace

    Is WWE pay that sh1tty? I mean it’s a multi-billion dollar company. The fact that seasoned veterans like Vickie have to chose a different profession due to (From what I’m assuming) lack of a good pay check, is sad. Not the first time WWE wrestlers have to get a real job after they’re done in the wrestling business. In my eyes they’re athletes, they should get paid just as much as professional athletes. God bless Vickie. I wish her success in her new career.

    • Mysterion

      Maybe, just maybe, Vickie had her own dreams. working for WWE must be fantastic but it was never her calling. She married a wrestler and predominantly stayed away from TV until near the end with Eddie.