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WWE news: Vickie Guerrero leaving the WWE after 'Wrestlemania 30'

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After nine years in the WWE, Vickie Guerrero will be leaving the company following tonight's "Wrestlemania 30." According to PWS on April 6, Vickie Guerrero leaves the WWE on good terms and just needs a break from the business.

Vickie Guerrero has been involved in the wrestling business in one way or another for over 20 years. She married Eddie Guerrero in 1990 and became part of one of the most famous wrestling families in the business. She made her first on-screen wrestling appearance in 2005 during the Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio feud.

After Eddie died of a heart attack in November 2005, the WWE did a great thing and hired her to be a full-time on-screen performer. While, at first, her appearances seemed to be playing off of her late husband's tragic death, the fact of the matter is that the WWE stepped up and gave her a job to help support her family after losing her husband.

Over the last nine years, Vickie Guerrero has become one of the greatest female heels in the wrestling business and her "Excuse Me" catch phrase has become one of the most popular in the WWE.

In her nine years in the WWE, she has worked as a manager, a general manager, a romantic interest for Edge and Big Show, and most recently in a major feud with WWE Divas Champion AJ Lee. Now, after all that, the WWE rumors indicate that Vickie Guerrero needs a break from the travel and will leave the WWE following "Wrestlemania 30" tonight.

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