The Latino World Order recently returned to the WWE, with Rey Mysterio introducing fans to the reincarnation of the WCW faction.
The LWO appeared with new entrance music on Monday Night Raw, paying tribute to WWE Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero with its iconic entrance.
LWO New Entrance Music
On this weeks Monday Night Raw, the LWO debuted new entrance music, paying tribute to one WWE Hall of Famer.
Before their match against The Bloodline on Raw, the trio of Santos Escobar, Cruz Del Toro and Joaquin Wilde entered the arena to a new sound.
Before facing off against Solo Sikoa and The Usos, the LWO’s new entrance music was revealed, referencing Eddie Guerrero in its opening.
The song opened with Eddie’s classic “Viva La Raza”, a fitting tribute to one of the founding members of the original LWO in WCW.
The song then changed into a new song, which has not yet been released publicly by the WWE. It is likely it will soon be uploaded onto Spotify by the WWE.
WWE have been open about honouring the legacy of Eddie Guerrero recently. Rey Mysterio entered to his music at WrestleMania 39 this year, and many stars have used the Frog Splash in the former WWE Champions’ honour.
However, one man who is not happy with the constant tributes is his nephew, Chavo Guerrero.
Chavo Guerrero Is Unhappy
Chavo Guerrero has spoken out about Rey Mysterio paying homage to Eddie Guerrero, 18 years after his death.
Guerrero passed away from a heart attack in 2005, causing huge hurt across the entire wrestling world, including his best friend Rey Mysterio.
Chavo recently said this during an autograph signing that he thinks Mysterio should stop using Guerrero to make money in the WWE, and threw shade at Rey Mysterio’s own uncle.
“I gotta tell you this, I just don’t understand why Rey Mysterio still has to — look, we all love Eddie (Guerrero). But we’re not going out with his gimmick and our gimmick, it was Los Guerreros’ gimmick and come out with the Los Guerreros, ‘We Lie, We Cheat, We Steal’ and everybody’s like, oh yeah, keeping Eddie’s memory alive.
I say no dude. I’m tired of people — and this is not a bitter thing, this is the truth. We worked hard for that last name. This whole family worked really, really hard to get that name to where it was and we’re tired of people prostituting it in a sense and using it for their benefit.
So Rey Mysterio, I’m sorry that no one knows who Rey Mysterio Sr. is, Rey Mysterio Jr. No one knows who he is and I’m sorry that you have to latch on to the Guerrero family and we’re just kind of tired of it so, thank you for keeping Eddie’s name alive, thank you for keeping the Guerrero name alive but we don’t need you, we’re good, you know what I’m saying?”
In the same signing, Chavo Guerrero spoke about his match with Kane at WrestleMania 24, revealing how the match was changed at the last minute.
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Hamish is a writer and podcaster and wrestling fan who is a key part of the Atletifo team.
After playing countless hours of WrestleMania X8 on the Gamecube, he discovered Rey Mysterio getting his head crushed by The Great Khali, and thus a love for professional wrestling was born.
He is also a Media Graduate, as well as writing for multiple sites about Premier League football and the culture of Wales – his home country.