Chavo Guerrero was recently interviewed by Wrestling Inc. to talk about several professional wrestling topics.
Here are the highlights:
Working with Jimmy Jacobs on the KAYfABE project:
I didn’t know Jimmy very much as we just crossed paths a couple of times. Working with him on this project… I like Jimmy because he walks to the beat of his own drum. I respect that and respect somebody that’s comfortable in his own skin and doesn’t mind being different. He’s got his painted toenails and wears certain clothes. He’s got his own style but it’s also kinda Jeff Hardy-ish. Also, Jimmy’s got a great mind for wrestling and a good eye for things. We just kinda started but I’m looking forward to seeing what’s gonna come out of the guy’s mouth. He’s got a lot of hidden talents.
If he has noticed a boom in wrestling within Hollywood:
Thank God that I grew up with a mentor in Gene LaBell. He was the wrestling guy in Hollywood for years. Now he’s getting up there in age and he’s passing a lot of it on to me which is great. So, to be able to carry the torch a little bit and then follow in my Uncle Mondo’s footsteps – he was a stunt man for many years – so being the wrestling guy in Hollywood is a good thing. You create a little niche for yourself.