Those two words, when shrieked in a shrill manner, herald the arrival of Vickie Guerrero on the scene. The reaction from live WWE audiences is always the same—a torrential cascade of boos that would make even the most vicious in-ring heel green with envy. Young and old, fans join in unison in booing the last of the truly great heel managers. However, for all the talk of heel and face turns lately, it is often overlooked that Vickie has been portrayed as a heel for over five years. She has been an effective villain in her roles as a general manager, manager and occasional in-ring performer, but perhaps it is time to give the character a much-needed transformation. WWE Creative has been even less kind, portraying her as a shrew-like character with countless annoying traits, often poking fun at her weight and appearance, and making her the butt of jokes during vignettes. She has been thrown into a cake, forced to wrestle amongst actual swine and had a scripted marriage end on live television. All of this abject cruelty has been thrust upon the sole bearer of the prestigious Guerrero family name remaining in the WWE. To her credit, Vickie has done an incredible job of portraying this character, and she's exceptionally skilled at weathering the abuse that is inflicted upon her seemingly every week. She has made extraordinary strides in developing her appearance, and despite the crude and vicious taunts of Jerry Lawler and John Cena , it may be fair to say she is much more attractive physically than she was some time ago.
Vickie Lynn Guerrero
In professional wrestling, the art of playing a heel is up there with the greatest works of live theater and drama. For someone to get a negative reaction out of an audience, his or her ability to stir up the emotions of the crowd is directly proportionate to how well he or she will succeed as an "evil" character, also known as a rudo in Mexican lucha libre. The louder the booing, the better you have done your job as a villain. Looking back, it is nothing short of amazing that one year before her husband Eddie's untimely and tragic death, Vickie Guerrero had never been seen on television as a character.
Eduardo Gory Guerrero Llanes  October 9, — November 13,  was an American professional wrestler and a prominent member of the Guerrero wrestling family. His catchphrase became "I Lie! I Cheat!
Throughout her WWE career, she has appeared as an on-air authority figure , storyline lover to several WWE wrestlers, occasional wrestler in the WWE Divas division, and as a manager for numerous wrestlers. She is known for igniting negative reactions from audiences with her catchphrase, "Excuse me! In , Vickie Guerrero began to make cameo appearances during the feud between her husband Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio , which had escalated when Eddie promised to reveal a secret concerning Mysterio's son, Dominick. Vickie was on the July 14 episode of SmackDown! Eddie promised not to reveal the secret should he lose to Mysterio at The Great American Bash , though that turned out to be another one of his character 's trademark lies, as Eddie revealed that Dominick was really his biological son. Vickie later reappeared at SummerSlam to convince Eddie to put a stop to his war with Mysterio and not to go through with the "Custody of Dominick" ladder match that night.