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WWE 2K15 Roster Reveal This Weekend, Shaul Guerrero Talks Leaving WWE In 2012

Posted By: Kenny Williams on Aug 13, 2014

WWE 2K15 Roster Reveal This Weekend, Shaul Guerrero Talks Leaving WWE In 2012

--IGN.com will be streaming the roster reveal for the WWE 2K15 video game this coming Saturday from Los Angeles, California. WrestlingNewsSource.com will be providing live coverage of the reveal as it happens.

--Former WWE developmental talent Shaul Guerrero, the daughter of Vickie Guerrero and the late Eddie Guerrero, recently took part in an interview with Headlocks2Headlines.com and discussed why she left WWE for the first time in 2012 (she has been released from the company since then):

"Actually, I went into rehab for an eating disorder. I was really close to Joey Mercury when I was in FCW, he was my mentor/coach. He ,along with the strength and conditioning coach, noticed that I was really sick and I was just not mentally okay and physically doing a really bad job of doing what I needed to do and they finally convinced me to go into rehab for a long time disease I had. I took two months off and stayed in an (rehab) facility and from then on, I didn’t know how to come back to wrestling and still keep my recovery intact because this business is very much based on how you look. I was just not ready for that kind of challenge so I took a whole year off and really focused on myself and really needed to get health mentality, emotionally and spiritually."

You can listen to the interview with her by clicking here.

 


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