Well excuse her. Vickie Guerrero was one of the most polarizing characters the WWE has ever seen. She ran one WWE show or the other for a very long time and drove a lot of people crazy with her screeching voice. Having since left the WWE, Guerrero has now given some thoughts on her time with the company.

Guerrero recently appeared on Madusa’s “Full Throttle” podcast and gave her thoughts on some issues in WWE, including praising her own promo abilities while seeming to not be that impressed by all of the women today. She also mentions some backstage issues in a somewhat vague way. Here are the comments, with transcription courtesy of Wrestlinginc.com.

On promos:

“I look at some of the girls and they can’t do a promo and it just amazes me. Some are very talented, don’t get me wrong. Some girls can do a great promo, but when I was there I do believe that I was the only one that could do a promo.”

And on backstage issues:

“I guess in general, thanks for the backstabbing. That probably pertains to like 5 people.”

You can listen to the full interview here:

Opinion: While Guerrero probably was the best promo around at the time, she wasn’t the only woman who could talk well. Laycool was more than fine, Maryse played her snobby character to perfection and AJ Lee was certainly capable of talking. I’m really not sure what to say about the backstabbing stuff but would you expect anything less in a wrestling locker room?

Did you like Guerrero? Would you be interested in seeing her make a comeback? Let us know in the comments below.


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