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Lieutenant Loco

Lieutenant Loco

Nationality :American
Date Of Birth : October 20, 1970
Height :5 feet 9 inches
Weight :98 kg

Lieutenant Loco: A Brief Biography

Salvador “Chavo” Guerrero IV, commonly known as Chavo Guerrero and Chavo Guerrero, Jr., is a Mexican-American professional wrestler of the third generation and a member of the famous Guerrero wrestling family.

Lieutenant Loco is most well-known during his time with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), World Championship Wrestling (WCW), and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). He was a six-time World Cruiserweight Champion, a two-time WWE Tag Team Champion with Eddie Guerrero, and a one-time WCW World Tag Team Champion with Corporal Cajun.

Birth Place, Family, Early Life

Lieutenant Loco was born on October 20, 1970, in El Paso, Texas, and reared there. Guerrero grew up watching wrestling and attending wrestling events to watch his relatives wrestle. In the Guerreros’ backyard, there was also a wrestling ring. Chavo was always in the wrestling ring with his uncle Eddie Guerrero, practicing moves on one another.

Lieutenant Loco Education

His educational history is not published because he has not yet given it to the public. However, this detailed information is currently being reviewed and will be updated soon.

Lieutenant Loco’s Height, And Weight

The Wrestler has an athletic body standing at the perfect height of 5 feet 10 inches and weighs around 80 kg.

Lieutenant Loco also has an athletic body type. He has a well-kept figure, but measures such as biceps size, hip size, waist size, shoe size, and so on are currently unavailable. His eyes are dark brown, and his hair is black. He has a healthy and well-balanced physique.

Career

Wrestling’s early career and World Championships (1994-2001)

Lieutenant Loco made his pro wrestling debut in May 1994, competing in Mexico and Japan, including with New Japan Pro Wrestling. In May 1996, he signed with World Championship Wrestling (WCW). He made his ring debut against Steven Regal. Guerrero shared the spotlight with his uncle Eddie in WCW, becoming a reluctant ally of his uncle’s. Eddie would constantly try to get Guerrero to embrace Eddie’s cheating practices as part of their angle, but Guerrero would often resist.

Guerrero’s torture at Eddie’s hands eventually drove him “crazy,” and Chavo adopted the gimmick of a maniac hooked on a hobby horse he dubbed “Pepé.” This sparked a feud with Norman Smiley, who threw Pepé into a woodchipper. His lunacy also prevented him from joining Eddie’s Latino World Order stable, which was a spin-off of the nWo. Except for Guerrero, the stable comprised practically every Latino wrestler in WCW. He used a salesperson gimmick toward the end of 1999 and early 2000.

He was also a part of the Misfits In Action (MIA) comedy troupe as Lieutenant Loco. On the June 7, 2000, episode of Thunder, he defeated Daffney for the WCW World Cruiserweight Championship in a triangle match that also featured Disco Inferno. Loco lost the Nitro championship to Lance Storm a month later. Loco quit the MIA and reverted to Chavo Guerrero, Jr. at WCW Mayhem.

On the December 6 episode of Thunder, Guerrero defeated Mike Sanders for the Cruiserweight Championship. On February 18, 2001, Chavo defended and retained the title against Rey Misterio, Jr. at WCW SuperBrawl Revenge in Nashville, Tennessee. Guerrero, as Cruiserweight Champion, had a famous feud with “Sugar” Shane Helms, eventually losing the championship to Helms at WCW Greed.

(2001-2011) World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment

Lieutenant Loco’s WCW contract was one of twenty-five contracts included in WCW’s transfer to the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Guerrero, like other WCW talent, performed under the WCW banner since his WWF debut as part of The Alliance, a group of WCW and ECW personnel who, in storyline, attacked WWF after their company was bought out by WWF.

Guerrero worked as an undercard wrestler for the business, which was later renamed World Wrestling Entertainment, before becoming a trainer for the WWE’s second Tough Enough competition. Guerrero joined forces with his uncle Eddie to create the tag team Los Guerreros soon after his return to the active roster. Unlike his earlier WCW storyline with his uncle, Guerrero fully embraced his uncle’s strategy of “Lie, Cheat, and Steal” to win bouts as part of the gimmick. The combination won the WWE Tag Team Championship twice, competing against teams such as Edge and Rey Mysterio and Team Angle.

The tag team ultimately became fan favorites, and as Eddie’s popularity grew, he began his quest for the WWE Championship. In one storyline, Guerrero was envious of his uncle’s singles title ambitions, so he turned on Eddie, left the team, and became a villain once more. His father, Chavo Sr., quickly joined him, siding with his son rather than his brother.

Lieutenant Loco’s Net Worth

The Net worth of Lieutenant Loco is still yet to be revealed. His salary is under review.

Lieutenant Loco’s Wife, Marriage, Children

Lieutenant Loco is the son of Salvador “Chavo” Guerrero and Nancy Vasquez. He married Shari in 1998 and they have two sons together.

Lieutenant Loco, along with nine other WWE wrestlers, were named by Sports Illustrated on August 30, 2007 as having been supplied illegal steroids in violation of the WWE’s Talent Wellness program. Between April 2005 and May 2006, Guerrero received somatropin, nandrolone, and anastrozole. During this examination, it was determined that Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero, and Brian Adams, as well as Sylvain Grenier, had been taken steroids before to their deaths.

Guerrero and his father were mentioned in a class action lawsuit filed against WWE in July 2016, alleging that wrestlers suffered traumatic brain injuries during their career and that the corporation misrepresented the dangers of harm. Attorney Konstantine Kyros, who has represented WWE in a number of past litigation, handled the case.[134] In September 2018, US District Judge Vanessa Lynne Bryant rejected the claim.

ABC Awards

  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • PWI ranked him # 17 of the top 500 singles wrestlers of the PWI 500 in 2004
  • Vendetta Pro Wrestling
    • Vendetta Pro Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • World Championship Wrestling
    • WCW World Cruiserweight Championship (2 times)
    • WCW World Tag Team Championship (1 time)
  • World Wrestling Council
    • WWC Caribbean Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • World Wrestling Entertainment
    • ECW Championship (1 time)
    • WWE Cruiserweight Championship (4 times)
    • WWE Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Eddie Guerrero
  • Ring Ka King
    • Ring Ka King Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Bulldog Hart
  • Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
    • TNA World Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Hernandez
    • Feast or Fired (2013 – Pink slip)
  • Lucha Underground
  • Lucha Underground Gift of the Gods Championship (1 time)
  • Wrestling Observer Newsletter
    • Tag Team of the Year (2002) with Eddie Guerrero
    • Worst Feud of the Year (2009) vs. Hornswoggle

FAQ

What is the net worth of Lieutenant Loco?

His net worth is 1 to 5 million dollars.

What is the height of Lieutenant Loco?

His height is 5 feet 10 inches.

What is the age of Lieutenant Loco?

His age is 52 years as of 2023.

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