Los Angeles, CA, January 25th, 2014 – (blackhollywoodlive.com) Third generation professional wrestler, trainer and actor Chavo Guerrero jr. discussed how his popular controversial character Kerwin White came to life . Guerrero said “I came home from Japan one time and Vince McMahon goes well Chavo..Kerwin I should say..you are now a white guy. I wanted to go completely white, like wear a white sheet, I did…it wasn’t racist because everyone knew I was Mexican, I’m still brown.”
During his interview, Guerrero gave his reaction to the recent announcement about the launch of the WWE network. “I want them to succeed. It’s better for wrestling. It’s better for everybody. I want all wrestling companies to succeed out there. It’ll have its definite challenges, its new territory, so it’s going to be growing pains for them. They’re gonna do a lot of things right and a lot of things wrong, but I think ultimately the fan is gonna win and that’s why we do this business.”
Guerrero, who spent over 20 years in the wrestling world, has started a new chapter in his life “acting”. When asked, which actors career he would like to follow, he said this about wrestler turned movie star..Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson “That guy is such a nice guy. I love that guy. Not just in the ring, but his acting, he’s really made himself this blockbuster guy, so definitely him, for sure.”
He also explained his thoughts on former rival “WWE Superstar” John Cena. “Say what you want about him and not like him. Believe me, I have and I will take some of that back because the guy is a really good guy. He is a cool dude and you can see why he’s in the position he’s in because he’s a hard worker and he really gives to his fans.”
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