Only a couple of days ago, the late and legendary WWE wrestler who was posthumously inducted into the McMahon Company's Hall of Fame, Eddie Guerrero, would have turned 53. All these years after his death, his fans, family and colleagues haven't forgotten the ease with which the talent of Mexican origins was able to make himself loved despite his flaws shown in the years of activity and career.
Among the many wishes that were made to him and his memory, with several wrestlers and friends who also greeted Eddie's daughters and wife, Vickie, the greetings of a first-rate WWE Superstar, Randy Orton, also came about.
After spending some truly historic moments with Guerrero, with Randy still an inexperienced young wrestler taking his first steps in the WWE rings, the now legendary Legend Killer has now become a highly respected athlete in the WWE rings owned by Vince McMahon.
As such, the former WWE Champion who also wanted to thank the late Eddie for this growth.
Randy Orton remembers his WWE beginnings alongside Eddie Guerrero
On the day of the fifty-third anniversary of the birth of the wrestler still loved by young and old, Randy Orton wanted to express his gratitude to Eddie Guerrero with this long post on his official Instagram page.
"I knew eddie for a couple years. I was so young and knew that I shouldnt approach him but had the unimaginable job of wrestling in the main event on TV, so I had to. There has always been attitudes egos or whatever backstage, that will never change.
But when I met eddie I forgot everything that I was supposed to know about the wrestling business. Here was this top talent, that cared enough to give me the time of day. When I thought that a simple word would bother him, or he would tell me to F off, I quickly realized that I was dead wrong and that he gaf.
He saw a young newcomer to the biz who was excited to work with him and he took the time to make me feel comfortable. I take that with me these days, the understanding that the new guys aren’t anything more then exactly how I USED to be.
He made me feel welcome. He made me feel important. I will forever miss him, and can say without a doubt that he was one of the greatest to ever lace up a pair of boots. RIP #eddieguerrero," posted Randy Orton.