Vickie Guerrero is by far the most unbearable person to ever set foot in WWE and dare I say, the entire wrestling world altogether. Her voice is like hearing a chalkboard get scratched; maybe even worse. It especially sounds that way when she says “Excuse Me!” a term which she has butchered for life. If someone were ever to ask me if any other heel is so unbearable to listen to, I would tell that person that I could put up with listening to just about anybody because I have heard the way Vickie Guerrero sounds. Every time I watch a WWE program, there are certain times when I need to constantly cover my ears, just in case she arrives on the scene out of nowhere and catches people off guard with that butchered term. I also need to hit the mute button during all of her tirades because she could say that term at any time, when you least expect it. She is definitely not great to look at either; as a matter of fact, out of all the witches in wrestling history, she may be the first that actually looks like one. I have seen a lot of people in the wrestling business come and go and whether I loved them or hated them I can at least say that I have gained respect for most of them. Vickie Guerrero, on the other hand, has been on and off with WWE for almost a decade now and she still has not gained my respect and it is looking like she never will. Vickie is hideous, she is irritating and she is an embarrassment to the Guerrero Wrestling Family’s name and legacy. Bottom line, the entire wrestling world would be a whole lot better off without her.
Vickie Guerrero Has Got to Go
- April 24, 2014