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The evil Raquel Diaz

Raquel Diaz is a former professional wrestler and manager best known for competing in WWE, where she portrayed a villainess.

Raquel debuted in WWE's developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling, in 2011; serving as the villainous manager for the original Ascension faction. She later switched to in-ring competition and went on to become the Queen of FCW. After winning the crown, Raquel made her intentions clear: she wanted the FCW Divas Championship. Raquel ended her promo vowing that she'll one day take over FCW, and cackled evilly to display her villainous persona. Weeks later, Raquel defeated Audrey Marie to capture the FCW Divas Championship, and she defended her title successfully against Divas such as Audrey, Paige, and Sofia Cortez. This included a memorable defense against Paige where Raquel utilized the "Lie, Cheat, and Steal" method made famous by her WWE Hall of Fame father, Eddie Guerrero, with a steel chair as her weapon of choice. Raquel lost the title to Caylee Turner in August of 2012.

Shortly after losing the title, the evil Raquel debuted on the new look NXT program, with a new gimmick that had her referring to herself as an "Ultra Diva." She went on what she called "The Exfoliating Ugliness Tour," which included attacking Divas such as Audrey Marie and Tamina Snuka and drawing the letter "L" on their foreheads; the "L" standing for "loser." Raquel was released in September of 2012, but she returned to NXT a year later, still portraying a villainess at house shows. Raquel was released from WWE again in April 2014.

Trivia Edit

  • Raquel Diaz is the daughter of Vickie Guerrero, who is best known for portraying an outlandish villainess in WWE.

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