Today In Pro Wrestling History (Feb 15): Eddie Guerrero Strikes Gold

Today In Pro Wrestling History: On February 15th, 2004, a historic moment unfolded at WWE’s No Way Out as Eddie Guerrero triumphed over Brock Lesnar to win the Undisputed World Championship. This victory marked Guerrero’s singular reign as the world champion, a title he would hold with pride until June when he lost it to JBL at the Great American Bash.

Today In Pro Wrestling History 15th February: Eddie Guerrero Strikes Gold

Today In Pro Wrestling History (Feb 15): Eddie Guerrero Strikes Gold
Eddie Guerrero Strikes Gold.

Eddie Guerrero fondly remembered as Latino Heat left an indelible mark in the hearts of wrestling fans. Tragically, his life came to an abrupt end on November 13, 2005, due to acute heart failure at the age of 38. His legacy in the wrestling world remains unparalleled and deeply cherished.

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