Chavo, Talent and Releasing

“World Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of WWE SmackDown Superstar Chavo Guerrero as of today, June 25, 2011. We wish Guerrero the best in all future endeavors.”

Chavo Guerrero’s exit from WWE is surprising for one reason only:  it took this long to happen.  Now Chavo has gone public saying he requested the release, siting multiple issues he currently has with WWE and their methods.  “I will never go back to being under utilized and watching ppl who suck get bigger ‘pushes’ than me!”  This, I am sure, is a sentiment shared by many in WWE at the moment.  However, as much as WWE would like you to believe it they do not always consider talent above anything else.  Just looking at a few people on the roster can prove that.

Talent is arguable, to some degree, although it is clear some possess more than others.  Chavo certainly has talent and could make a decent run.  I’m not saying this guy is World Champion material but I think he could put on some highly entertaining matches if given the opportunity.  A lot of times people will say someone can’t wrestle a great match because they never do, but one has to consider that they’re only alloted the time to do what WWE wants them to do (Unless we’re talking about someone on the top tier like a Triple H, Undertaker, etc.)  In matches with Sin Cara, mostly recently, Chavo has definitely shown he can still go in there and put on a show.

Not sure where he’ll end up or what effect (if any) this could possibly have on Vickie.  Vickie is a major heel with major heat so it’s unlikely WWE will do anything in response.  So where does Chavo go?  Perhaps a small independent, perhaps TNA though that seems unlikely considering their money troubles.  Although Chavo seems like he’d fit well into Mexican America right?  Either way whoever gets his talents should be pretty excited with the opportunity presented to them.  One has to wonder how many other names under the WWE banner are biding their time until they can go elsewhere to show what they can really do.  In Chavo’s case, at least, we’ll be finding out sooner than later.  I am sure he’ll carry the famous Guerrero name onto even greater things in the future.

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