Renee Paquette was known as Renee Young when she was in WWE. She was extremely famous in WWE, and she even received offers from many famous sports outlets. Although Renee got her start in WWE as a backstage interviewer, she quickly climbed the corporate ladder, thanks to her good looks and charm.
She was even given a role as a commentator for some time.
Renee Young on All Elite Wrestling's Backstage Environment
Eventually, Renee’s husband, Jon Moxley left WWE. Jon Moxley was known as Dean Ambrose in WWE. Jon joined All Elite Wrestling.
Because he joined AEW, many people believed that Renee is going to join AEW as well. Even though Renee is not part of AEW, she recently commented on AEW’s backstage environment. She also takes many AEW guests on her podcast called Oral Sessions.
“It’s such a welcoming environment,” she said of the atmosphere backstage,” she said. “Tony Khan is an exceptional human being. Any time you get to hang out with him and his girlfriend, it’s fun to get to see those familiar faces and hang out.
As far as, a working environment goes. It’s so different for me because I just show up as Jon’s wife. “I don’t have to work. I’m not doing anything. I get to hang out and enjoy it all. That part is really cool to go there as a fan and enjoy the shows and what everyone is doing there.
I also like working. So it’s different compared to working with WWE where it’s what I am doing today? What do I have going on? Hair and makeup, be part of the big production. It’s funny to be the fly on the wall.
I get antsy like I should be doing something. I feel like I should be doing something”. Renee Young also spoke about the Wednesday Night Wars. According to her, she can feel that the fans are very divided. “People seem to have drawn that line in the sand and chosen the side they want to be on,” she said.
“It is funny because it is all wrestling, but it’s totally different strokes for different folks. Everyone has the thing that they really really love and are passionate about that. Everyone wants to nitpick as well. That sort of comes with not only wrestling but anything people are fans of”.