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Profile of Chavo Guerrero Jr. on Famous Like Me

Name: Chavo Guerrero Jr.  
Also Know As:
Date of Birth: 7th January 1971
Place of Birth: El Paso, Texas, USA
Profession: Actor
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Kerwin White

Salvador Chavito Guerrero III also known as Chavo Guerrero, Jr. (born January 7, 1971 in El Paso, Texas) is a member of a prominent Mexican professional wrestling family, and wrestler for World Wrestling Entertainment on the RAW brand perfoming under the character Kerwin White.

His grandfather Gory Guerrero is one of the most famous wrestlers in Mexican history. His father, Chavo Guerrero, Sr., was also a legendary wrestler in Mexico, and worked in WWE as a part-time wrestler and full-time manager. One of his uncles, Eddie Guerrero, is currently one of WWE's biggest stars. Eddie performs for the SmackDown! brand, as did Chavo Sr. (aka Chavo Classic, before his recent firing from WWE.) Chavo Jr. has two other uncles (Mando and Hector) who have had successful careers in the business, although not at the level of Gory, Chavo Sr., or Eddie.


Chavo Jr. started wrestling in 1994, and very quickly joined WCW. While in WCW, Chavo shared the limelight with his uncle Eddie, becoming a reluctant ally of his uncle's. As part of their storyline, Eddie would continually try to make Chavo adopt Eddie's cheating tactics, but Chavo often refused to do so. Eventually, his treatment at the hands of Eddie would drive him "insane" and Chavo adopted the gimmick of a psycho fixated with a hobby-horse he dubbed "Pepè." This lead to an infamous feud with Norman Smiley, which resulted in Smiley tossing Chavo's horse into a wood chipper.

Entrance pose as Chavo Guerrero

After the demise of WCW, Chavo was eventually signed by the WWF (now WWE). He spent time as an undercard wrestler before becoming a trainer for one of WWE's Tough Enough competitions. Soon after returning to the active roster, Chavo was aligned with his uncle Eddie, forming the successful tag team "Los Guerreros." In contrast to his previous WCW storyline with his uncle, Chavo fully adopted his uncle's policy of "Lie, Cheat and Steal" to win matches as part of the gimmick. The duo would soon win the tag titles.

The tag team eventually turned face and as Eddie's popularity grew, Eddie began seeking the WWE Title. In a storyline, his uncle's singles title ambitions made Chavo jealous and Chavo broke from the team and became a heel wrestler in the cruiserweight division soon capturing the WWE Cruiserweight title on several occasions.

On an August 24, 2004 taping of SmackDown!, Chavo Guerrero suffered a concussion due to Billy Kidman's Shooting Star Press and had to be taken to hospital. Chavo's partner that night, it was rumored that Jamie Noble, was supposed to pull Chavo out of the ring and failed to do so, but these rumors were later found out to be false.

Chavo returned several months later as face, extracting revenge from Kidman, but shortly returned to his heel persona with no real explanation. Chavo went on to become Cruiserweight Champion once again at No Way Out on February 20, 2005 after eliminating Paul London in a 6-way cruiserweight gauntlet match. London eliminated the other 4 members of the match, including the cruiserweight champion Sho Funaki. He would lose the title to Paul London in a battle royal a few weeks later.

Drive-in with Golf Cart as Kerwin White

On June 30, Chavo became one of the last minute trades in the 2005 WWE Draft, which saw him jump from SmackDown! to RAW. The next week, on RAW, he denounced his Hispanic heritage in favor of the Anglo-American way. This came after two weeks of being battered by the Mexican faction, The Mexicools. No longer to be referred to as "Chavo", now to be known simply as Kerwin White, a stereotypical, middle-class white Anglo-American man.

Soon after his debut, White started making suggestive remarks towards people of the African-American race, specifically directed towards Shelton Benjamin. On an episode of RAW, Kerwin cost Shelton a match against Rob Conway. Shelton Benjamin defeated Kerwin White by disqualification the following week when Kerwin attacked Shelton with his golf club. At WWE Unforgiven 2005, White was beaten by Benjamin. White recently hired Nick Nemeth to help him in his matches.


  • Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.738 m)
  • Weight: 213 lbs (97kg)
  • Birthday: January 7, 1971
  • Hometown: El Paso, Texas
  • Managers: Chavo Classic, Major Gunns

Previous Identities

  • Lieutenant Loco, a member of the stable Misfits In Action.
  • Chavo Guerrero, Jr. (has not used Jr. actively since coming to WWE, and while with his father he was Chavo Guerrero and his father was Chavo Guerrero, Sr. before becoming Chavo Classic).
  • Former one-half of the Los Guerreros (with Eddie Guerrero and then with Chavo Classic)
  • Kerwin White


  • "If it's not white, it's not right."

Finishing and signature moves

  • White Out (Roll-through into a Single leg Boston crab)
  • The Gory Bomb
  • Brainbuster
  • Tornado DDT
  • Spinning head scissors
  • Deathlock (crosslegged) STF
  • Various roll-ups
  • Emerald Frosion (sitout side powerslam)
  • Frog Splash
  • Pescado
  • Missile Dropkick
  • Back Suplex
  • Northern Lights Suplex

Championships and accomplishments

World Wrestling Entertainment

  • 3-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion
  • 2-time WWE Tag Team Champion (with Eddie Guerrero)

World Championship Wrestling

  • 2-time WCW Cruiserweight Champion
  • 1-time WCW World Tag Team Champion (with Cpl. Cajun)

Pro Wrestling Illustrated

  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) ranked him # 385 of the best 500 singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 2003.
WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Preceded by:
Rey Mysterio
First reign Succeded by:
Preceded by:
Second reign Succeded by:
Chavo Classic
Preceded by:
Third reign Succeded by:
Paul London
WWE Tag Team Championship
Preceded by:
Edge and Rey Mysterio
First reign (with Eddie Guerrero Succeded by:
The World's Greatest Tag Team
Preceded by:
The World's Greatest Tag Team
Second reign (with Eddie Guerrero) Succeded by:
The Basham Brothers

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Preceded by:
First reign Succeded by:
Lance Storm
Preceded by:
Mike Sanders
Second reign Succeded by:
Shane Helms
WCW World Tag Team Championship
Preceded by:
Mark Jindrak and Sean O'Haire
First reign (with Corporal Cajun) Succeded by:
Mark Jindrak and Sean O'Haire

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