Guerrero (disambiguation)

Guerrero (disambiguation)

Guerrero in Spanish means "warrior". It may refer to:


flagicon|Argentina Argentina:
*Guerrero, a settlement in Castelli Partido flagicon|Mexico Mexico:
*Guerrero, a state
*Guerrero, Chihuahua


*Vicente Guerrero, 2nd President of Mexico

*Francisco Guerrero, a Spanish composer of the Renaissance
*Francisco Guerrero Cárdennas Spanish footballer
*Francisco Gabriel Guerrero Argentine footballer
*Gonzalo Guerrero, a Spanish sailor who lived amongst the Mayans in Chetumal.
*Gory Guerrero/Eddie Guerrero/Chavo Guerrero/Hector Guerrero/Mando Guerrero/Chavo Guerrero Jr.,a family of current, deceased or retired professional wrestlers.
*Julen Guerrero, a former Basque/Spanish football player.
*Paolo Guerrero, a Peruvian football player currently playing for Hamburger SV
*Pedro Guerrero, a former Major League baseball player.
*Pedro E. Guerrero, a photographer who worked with Frank Lloyd Wright, Alexander Calder and Louise Nevelson.
*Vladimir Guerrero, a baseball player for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Fictional characters

*"Francisco Guerrero", the secret identity of the fictional character El Gato Negro.

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