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Vickie Guerrero: Best Female Manager Ever?

WWE.com has a new piece up pondering with Vickie Guerrero may be the best female manager in WWE history, pitting her against the likes of Sunny, Sensational Sherri and Lita.

The website even states that Vickie’s “Excuse me!” t-shirt is one of the top selling Diva items in the company’s online store.

They write:

When she makes her way to the entrance ramp, the WWE Universe boos. Her “Excuse me!” is like nails to a chalkboard. Vickie Guerrero is brash, outspoken and knows what she wants. She can lie, cheat and sometimes steal – taking a page out of her late husband Eddie Guerrero’s playbook – her clients’ way into championship contention. One of the most despised people on the roster, Guerrero even has one of the top-selling Divas items on WWEShop. So, WWE Universe, it might be time to face the music: The Cougar of WWE just may be the best female manager WWE has seen.

The article also teases a possible on-screen face-to-face between Vickie and Sunny, saying:

Master manipulator: Who better to embody this in a past manager other than Sunny? The WWE Hall of Famer always got what she wanted. What did this entail? She not only got the best out of her clients – as seen in 1996, when she managed three consecutive World Tag Team Champions. Sunny could dazzle you with her beauty but easily became the Achilles heel of her opponents. It’s safe to say Vickie Guerrero is the Achilles heel of WWE. The reaction of the packed arena is proof. Whether it’s kissing up to management in order to position her clients for championships, or using her clients to take out vendettas against Superstars and Divas who have crossed her, Vickie Guerrero gets what she wants.

How apropo, then, was it, that arguably the two greatest female managers to be in WWE never met face-to-face at Sunny’s introduction into the WWE Hall of Fame at this year’s WrestleMania? In fact, while all the other Divas paid tribute to the “first Diva,” on stage, Vickie was nowhere to be seen. Coincidence, we think not.

You can read the full piece here and form your own opinion.

Thoughts: Vickie has certainly cemented her status in WWE history and could very well be one of their greatest female on-air personalities. I wouldn’t be surprised to see her one day in the WWE Hall of Fame. Would that make her and Eddie the first husband and wife duo in the Hall?

Do you think Vickie is the greatest female manager of all time? Vote below and then tell us what you think in the comments!

 

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