Last week, former All Elite Wrestling Women’s Champion Nyla Rose announced that she had decided to take a manager to help guide her through the politics of AEW, and at Fight for the Fallen it was revealed that former WWE Superstar Vickie Guerrero was joining AEW as the new manager for Nyla Rose.
— ALL ELITE WRESTLING (@AEW) July 16, 2020
Vickie Guerrero entered the world of pro wrestling following the death of her husband, Eddie Guerrero, after previously having a cameo during the storyline between Eddie and Rey Mysterio in 2005. After Eddie’s death in late 2005, she became the assistant to SmackDown General Manager Teddy Long, before becoming forming the stable La Familia that saw her guide her nephew, Chavo Guerrero Jr., to the ECW Championship as well as Edge to retain (and regain) the World Heavyweight Championship, and the Edgeheads (Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder) win the WWE Tag Team Championships. Vickie would go on to manage multiple stars like helping LayCool‘s Michelle McCool and Layla win the WWE Women’s title on separate occasions and guiding Dolph Ziggler to the World Heavyweight and WWE United States Championships, before departing the WWE in 2014.
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