Meeting Eddie Guerrero would\'ve been one of the nicest things to happened to me and I wish I was able to meet him and take a picture with him too with my camera. I feel sad that it\'s not happening. Lisa Weiner.
BEST PRO WRESTLING SHRINE Phoenix 2006 - Eddie Guerrero's grave at Green Acres Mortuary & Cemetery
As caustic comedian George Carlin once opined, "Death makes you popular." Nowhere in town is this truer than with the gravesite of popular pro wrestler Eddie Guerrero. Ever since the World Wrestling Entertainment superstar known as "Latino Heat" was body-slammed into the ground last November at the Scottsdale cemetery, hundreds of wrestlemaniacs from around the Valley and across the country have peeped his final resting place. Not content with simply paying their respects, these ghoulish grappling groupies have taken pics to post on the Internet and left myriad mementos of the former world champion. Green Acres staffers often have to clean up plenty of pairs of fuzzy dice and keyless car remotes (Guerrero was a lowrider aficionado), copies of wrestling magazines, handmade posters, and even an imitation title belt. Although Eddie loved his fans, as The Undertaker might say, let him rest in peace.