Activities Sports & Athletics Eddie Guerrero's Family Tree - Four Brothers, Three Generations Share PINTEREST Email Print Sports & Athletics Professional Wrestling Famous Wrestlers Baseball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Extreme Sports Football Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Eric Cohen Eric Cohen Eric Cohen is a sports writer focused on pro wrestling. He is a featured guest in wrestling discussions on BBC Radio and Sirius Hardcore Sports Radio. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 07/10/17 The Guerrero family is one of the most important families in wrestling history and have been a part of the industry for four generations. Gory Guerrero Gory Guerrero was the patriarch of the family. He was one of the biggest stars in the early days of lucha libre and he was part of a tag team with the most important star in lucha libre history, El Santo. Their team was called Pareja Atómic. Gory Guerrero has been credited with creating the camel clutch, gory bomb, and the widow's peak. He was followed into the sport by his four sons. In 1990, he passed away at the age of 69. Chavo Guerrero Sr. Chavo is the oldest son of Gory. He is most familiar to newer wrestling fans as Chavo Classic, a former WWE Cruiserweight champion that always interfered for his son Chavo Jr. During his career, he was a star in the UWF, AWA, Japan, and several NWA territories. Hector Guerrero Hector, the second eldest son of Gory Guerrero, is most famous for being forced to portray possibly the worst gimmicks in the history of both the WWE and the NWA. In the WWE, he wrestled as the Gobbledy Gooker, a turkey-like creature that hatched from an egg. In the NWA, he was known as Lazor-Tron, a character based on the popular laser tag game in the '80s. In the 21st century, Hector was a part of Total Nonstop Action as both a commentator and a manager of the LAX. Mando Guerrero Mando, the third-youngest of the Guerrero brothers, spent the majority of his career wrestling in the California wrestling territory. The most famous stint of his career was his time in the AWA during the late '80s. Mando teamed up with his brothers Hector and Chavo in both six-man tag team action and in regular tag team action where the brothers were unable to capture the AWA tag team titles from Badd Company. Eddie Guerrero Eddie Guerrero about to defend the WWE Championship at WrestleMania XX. (Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images) Eddie Guerrero was the youngest of the four Guerrero brothers. He went on to become one of the most beloved figures in wrestling history. The highlight of his career was winning the WWE Championship from Brock Lesnar at No Way Out 2004. Eddie passed away in 2005 due to heart failure caused by atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. The following year, he was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. His premature death prompted the WWE to create the Wellness Program. Chavo Guerrero Chavo Guerrero is the son of Chavo Guerrero Sr. He has wrestled in WWE, WCW, TNA, and Lucha Underground. Fans fondly remember Los Guerreros, the tag team he formed with his Uncle Eddie. The team lied, cheated, and stole their way to great success. He briefly wrestled as Kerwin White but reverted back to the Guerrero name when his Uncle passed away. In addition to being a tag team champion with his Uncle, he also held the Cruiserweight Championship, and ECW Championship while wrestling in WWE. Vickie Guerrero Vickie was the wife of the late-Eddie Guerrero. She was first introduced to WWE fans during the Dominick storyline. After Eddie died, she got an on-air job as the assistant to SmackDown GM Teddy Long. She became the GM of the brand after Teddy got sick, and quickly became the most hated person in wrestling due to her onscreen romance with Edge and her banning Undertaker from the WWE. She left WWE in 2014. Raquel Diaz Raquel is the daughter of Eddie and Vickie Guerrero. For several years, she was a part of the WWE developmental system as a member of the Florida Championship Wrestling roster, which was later rebranded NXT. Aiden English Aiden English married Raquel Diaz in 2016. That year, he was also promoted from the NXT territory to the WWE's main roster as one-half of the tag team known as The Vaudevillains. Dominick During Eddie's 2005 feud with Rey Mysterio, WWE fans were introduced to Rey's son Dominick. During the feud, it was revealed that while Eddie was separated from Vickie, he had a child out of wedlock. Rey, who was unable to have a child of his own adopted Dominick. Rey retained custody of the child by winning the rights to his custody by winning a ladder match that had the custody papers hanging from the ceiling of the arena. In real-life, Dominick is the son of Rey Mysterio and he is not related to the Guerrero family. Edge On WWE television, Edge married Vickie Guerrero. This was all part of a storyline. The two were never married in real life.