Shaul Guerrero, the daughter of the late great Eddie Guerrero, signed a developmental contract with WWE in 2010 and would wrestle in both FCW and NXT under the name of Raquel Diaz. Her in-ring career with WWE lasted until 2013, and she’d go on to receive her release in 2014, which was believed to have been a mutual decision as she was suffering from an ongoing eating disorder. After a four-year hiatus from the business, she would return as a ring announcer and work for numerous independent companies and also worked for AEW as a ring announcer for their AEW Women’s Tag Team Cup Tournament.
The third-generation wrestler is now set to resume her in-ring career on the independent circuit after training at Freelance Wrestling in Chicago and is booked to compete for Generation Championship Wrestling in Tampa, Florida, on November 13th. During a recent interview with Taeler Hendrix, she’d state she gained inspiration watching the success of Britt Baker and Big Swole in AEW and the hard work of both Jessicka Havok and Kylie Rae in Impact Wrestling.
Her return is undoubtedly likely to attract interest from all the major wrestling promotions. However, with her mother Vickie working for AEW, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Shaul make an appearance on AEW Dark or Dynamite over the next few months.