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Renee Paquette gives a major update on the future of her comments

Renee Paquette gives a major update on the future of her comments

As of October 12, Renee Paquette is officially All Elite, kicking off “AEW Dynamite” last night in Toronto with an interview with Christian Cage. The wife of AEW World Champion Jon Moxley, Beckett has played a number of roles in wrestling over the years, up until this point, reserved only for WWE: whether she’s giving behind-the-scenes interviews, or hosting shows like Talking Smack and WWE behind-the-scenes.” Paquette also acted as a color commentator on Monday Nights “Raw.” However, there was a common belief that she was not well suited for the role.

In a new episode of her podcast,Sessions with Renee BeckettShe revealed if she intends to sit in AEW’s comment desk. No, Beckett said. I don’t have to say “no,” but I feel like anyone who just heard you say might have had the same reaction as me: No thanks. We don’t need to, we don’t want to, and that’s always how I’ve felt about it. She added, ‘I feel like people have had a negative reaction to it. “

Before moving on to commenting on the red brand, Paquette sat in the role of “NXT” for a few months starting in 2013, receiving much less criticism than during her tenure on “Raw.” Paquette also discussed her time commenting on “NXT” in the podcast. “Could it be different in different circumstances – and we all know what those circumstances are – could it be different? Maybe,” she added. “When I commented on ‘NXT’ I had a great time and had fun doing it.” When she was at Raw’s desk, she had a file Significantly bad experience With ex-boss Vince McMahon in headphones that spoiled her commentary experience.

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