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Booker T Has High Praise For Sammy Guevara, Compares To Eddie Guerrero

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Nov 12, 2019

Booker T Has High Praise For Sammy Guevara, Compares To Eddie Guerrero

Sammy Guevara is one of All Elite Wrestling's brightest and most talented prospects, and it seems his work has caught the eye of WWE Hall Of Famer Booker who had high praise for the 26-year-old on his latest podcast.

For those unaware Guevara trained at Booker’s Reality of Wrestling school before his pro debut in 2013.

During his podcast, Booker went as far as to compare Sammy to a young Eddie Guerrero:

"When you look at Sammy, he’s a good looking kid, he really is. And he can really perform at such a young age. And that’s what I look at most about this young kid. That was his debut match going out there in front of the world and doing such an awesome job and letting the world see, ‘hey, man. This kid is pretty good. We got our eyes on him.’ So no, I don’t think it’s too early to be saying something like that about Sammy."

He added, "As well as good as Eddie was when he was that young,” Booker claimed, "Because that tells a story as far as how good one is gonna be when you see him when they first get in the ring.

"So, yeah. Sammy and the comparison, I think it’s actually a pretty good comparison."

 


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