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Vickie Guerrero Talks Eddie Guerrero On Prime Time With Sean Mooney

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Vickie Guerrero talks her late husband, Eddie Guerrero, on the newest Prime Time with Sean Mooney!

On the 13-year anniversary of his untimely passing, Vickie Guerrero was the guest on this week’s Prime Time with Sean Mooney to discuss her late husband, WWE Hall Of Famer Eddie Guerrero.





Among the many parts of Eddie’s career that Vickie spoke on, she discussed Eddie’s rise to “elite” status, including his struggles in WCW and early trouble with WWE:

“I don’t think it was really in WCW. You know, he had a lot of competition, a lot of politics with the bigger guys, you know to get the TV time and to get time just to be in the ring, to be able to show what he wanted to show the fans. But, I think it wasn’t until he jumped to WWE when he was treated, you know, very well and he got to be in the main storylines and when he jumped with The Radicalz that was just a great time, but of course that first night when he went out into the ring that’s when he broke him arm. You know, the elbow fractured and we just kinda sat there going…you know, that was horrible because you know, Eddie was ready for that time to start a new leaf. God humbles you in different ways and you have to kind of be patient and get back up and you try this again, you know. So…but he did love his time in WWE and to work with Chris Benoit, Rey Mysterio, Dean Malenko…I mean, that was his posse.”

If you use any of the above, please credit The Chairshot for transcription.

You can check out the full episode of Prime Time with Sean Mooney at this link.





What are some of your favorite Eddie Guerrero moments? Let us know on social media @theCHAIRSHOTcom and always remember to use the hashtag #UseYourHead!

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WWE News: Another Match Made For TLC This Sunday

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WWE has added a Chairs Match to TLC on Sunday!

Just as SmackDown Live is about to go on the air (keep up with all the action with Mitchell’s Live Report), another match has been made official for Sunday’s TLC pay-per-view featuring two of the blue brand’s top Superstars.





After their recent encounters and the shocking unmasking, Rey Mysterio will have his shot at revenge against Randy Orton when they go one-on-one. However, it won’t be just any match as the two will clash in a Chairs Match:

Rey Mysterio and Randy Orton will pull out a chair (or two or 10) to settle their scorching rivalry, and the time and place for the hard-hitting encounter will be at WWE TLC, where they will go head to head (and swing for swing) in a Chairs Match.

The bitter hatred between these two Superstars fueled several jaw-dropping moments, including Orton viciously unmasking The Master of the 619 during the Nov. 20 edition of SmackDown LIVE. Given their chaotic brawls in recent weeks, nothing will come close to the battle that awaits them in this steel sharpens steel affair.

Will Mysterio capitalize on his moment for redemption? Or will The Apex Predator claim another “victim?” Don’t miss Mysterio and Orton swinging for the fences in what promises to be a chaotic Chairs Match at WWE TLC, Sunday, Dec. 16, streaming live at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network.





Who do you think will get the win at TLC? Let us know on social media @theCHAIRSHOTcom and always remember to use the hashtag #UseYourHead!

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WWE News: RAW Viewership Drops Again, Back To 5th In Rankings (12/10/18)

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A look at the ratings for last night’s WWE RAW!

After what could be described as two consecutive brutal ratings weeks for Monday Night RAW (yet still had a good 18-49 number and moved up in the top five rankings), the red brand looked to turn things around last night with its final episode before Sunday’s TLC pay-per-view.

 





While last night’s numbers were delayed today, they have now dropped and RAW comes in with an overall rating of 2.194, its third straight decrease and a fall of 4% from last week. Here’s how the last month’s worth of ratings look for the red brand:

  • November 19th: 2.493
  • November 26th: 2.368
  • December 3rd: 2.286
  • December 10th: 2.194

Meanwhile, this week is different when it comes to the ratings and rankings comparison, as last week’s show saw a drop in viewership, but was able to rise up a spot in the Cable Top 150 Rankings for the 18-49 demographic. This week, that’s not the case as RAW’s best hour is back down to fifth, while the 9PM and 10PM hours come in sixth and seventh respectively. Here’s the top five:

  1. Monday Night Football – ESPN – 3.46
  2. Monday Night Kickoff – ESPN – 1.36
  3. SportsCenter (12AM) – ESPN – 1.08
  4. Love & Hip Hop – VH1 – 0.79
  5. Monday Night RAW (8PM) – USA Network – 0.78

EA’s Take: At this point, anyone who uses ratings as their be-all, end-all for how WWE’s product or company is doing isn’t going to stop doing so. Especially when the numbers continue to get worse. The 18-49 demographic means nothing to them, but I can only explain its importance so many times, which I’ve done every week for months now. So we’re just going to look at the reasons why. Has the show sucked lately? Yes. Was it improved this week and it just didn’t reflect in the ratings? Yes. The narrative is going to be a lot different come January, believe that.





Do this week’s ratings reflect how much you enjoyed RAW? Let us know on social media @theCHAIRSHOTcom and always remember to use the hashtag #UseYourHead!

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