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Rey Mysterio & Vickie Guerrero Show Respect To Eddie Guerrero On His Birthday

Vickie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio took to Twitter in order to celebrate what would have been Eddie Guerrero's 51st birthday.

At WWE Crown Jewel, D-Generation X will reform to take on the Brothers Of Destruction. Of the four men that will compete in that match, three of them are in their fifties. Age doesn't play as much of a factor in present-day WWE as that upcoming match represents. You've even got a 41-year-old holding the WWE Championship right now.

With all of that mind, it's not crazy to think that Eddie Guerrero might still be performing between the ropes if he were still with us. On Tuesday of this week, it would have been Guerrero's 51st birthday. If Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker can still go at that age, then it's highly likely Guerrero would have been more than capable of doing so too.

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Sadly, the oldest Eddie Guerrero we will ever see wrestle is the 38-year-old one as that's the age he was when he tragically passed away. His wife Vickie took to Twitter on his birthday to celebrate and commemorate the former WWE Champion. Vickie posted a photo of Eddie along with two of his children and wrote "I know you are watching over our girls! They are doing amazing things in life and making you proud everyday!"

Guerrero's good friend Rey Mysterio also celebrated Latino Heat's 51st birthday on social media. The luchador posted a photo of the two men embracing one another in the middle of the ring. Mysterio wrote, "Would love to relive this picture moment NOW & wish you a happy Birthday in person!" We're sure that the returning WWE Superstar would love nothing more than to have Eddie alongside him when he competes at SmackDown 1000 next week.

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The career of Eddie Guerrero will likely be celebrated by WWE quite a bit next week. That's because the WWE Hall Of Famer played a big role on SmackDown when he was a WWE Superstar. Guerrero was one of a handful of Superstars that made SmackDown as big as it was during the early 2000s, and we look forward to reliving some of his biggest blue brand moments this coming Tuesday.

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