Aiden English takes time to thank Eddie Guerrero for his family.
Yesterday, Aiden English shared a picture of a mural of his departed father-in-law Eddie Guerrero. Earlier this week, WWE had a Live Event in El Paso, Texas which is Guerrero's hometown. In his post, English thanked Guerrero for all that he provided him and expressed his pride in wrestling to support his family.
The instagram post can be seen below.
I'm not taking a selfie or snapping a picture of myself here...that's because this isn't about me. And honestly, it's not really about you. It's about what you've given me. Something you never knew you'd be doing. It's about the greatest gift I've ever had in my life. The gift you and the woman I now get to call "mom" gave me is a blessing beyond words. And that's what this is about. It's about her. She fills my day with love, laughter, joy and endless support. She sees me as I am and takes it all in with full heart - a job not always so easy. And here we are tonight in hers and your hometown to do what you spent your whole life doing to raise and support her and the family. I'm working tonight to try to do the same for her and to do the same for our future family. Here's to work. Here's to home. Here's to familia. And here's to her.
English married Guerrero's eldest daughter Raquel Diaz who also wrestled in WWE's developmental system. Diaz and English were married in 2014.
Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp did an episode of Fightful Books It about English. He theorized English's family ties could be used in a storyline. English and his tag team partner Rusev were not on Smackdown this week.