Chavo Guerrero, Jr. debuts at AEW Fyter Fest Night 2

Former WWE Superstar Chavo Guerrero, Jr. made his AEW debut as Andrade El Idolo’s Executive Consultant on Wednesday night’s Fyter Fest Night 2 episode of Dynamite.

During an in-ring interview with Tony Schiavone, Andrade said he had a surprise for the crowd. Schiavone then introduced Guerrero.

Below is the execrpt from Josh Boutwell’s recap of Wedneday night’s show:

Tony Schiavone welcomes Andrade el Idolo to the ring. Andrade tells Tony “tranquillo” (chill out) and says that he has a surprise for everyone. Chavo Guerrero Jr. is introduced as Andrade’s new executive consultant. Chavo gets a pretty big ovation from the Texas crowd.

Chavito says he keeps hearing that AEW is the place to be and when he walked backstage he couldn’t believe all of the talent that was back there and says this is a great time to be a wrestling fan. Chavo says with respect to everyone in the back, there is still no one that has as much talent as Andrade. Death Triangle’s music interrupts him and they make their way to the ring!

PAC says he doesn’t know who Andrade thinks he is and they heard him put their names in his mouth last week. PAC says Death Triangle hides from no one and Andrade thanks them for coming out. Andrade says Fenix and Penta are good but with him they would be great. He speaks to them in Spanish and tells them that he is the “the elite superstar.”

Chavo makes fun of PAC only speaking one language and says that there is nothing around Lucha Brothers’ waists and that would change if they followed Andrade. Andrade asks Penta and Fenix why they work for PAC and tells them to work for him instead. PAC says that Lucha Brothers don’t work for them, they are a team. Fenix says they are a family and he and his brother are the real face of the Latinos, not Andrade.

Penta asks Andrade why they would want to join a group with him when he isn’t on their level. They start to get in the ring but Andrade tells them to stop and says everyone wants to work for him. Chavo tries to calm Andrade down as referee’s run out to try and hold Death Triangle back.

Guerrero, 50, has wrestled for WCW, WWE, NJPW, TNA, Lucha Underground and AAA.  He began with WWE beginning in 2001 after his contract was purchased in the sale of WCW by WWE. He was granted his release by WWE on June 25, 2011.