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Renee Paquette Has Signed 2 Contracts With AEW

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• Renee Paquette Has Signed 2 Contracts With AEW

During an interview on the Sports Media podcast, Pro-Wrestling Interviewer Renee Paquette (fka Renee Young in WWE) revealed that she has signed two contracts with All Elite Wrestling:

“I have a 3-year deal with AEW. I have 3 years as Talent and then also a 3-year Producer contract, so I have two different contracts.”

When asked if her on-screen interviewer role on AEW TV will evolve in the future, she said:

“I would love for that role to evolve. You know, I think the thing with AEW, it is a wrestling company, and it is a match heavy show. It’s not necessarily as much about the broadcast in the way that WWE was. It’s more so about these great matches and showcasing talent in a different way.

That being said, though, I mean, yeah, I love, like, I always say I love doing those interviews. I love doing backstage interviews. They’re really fun for me, especially when I can work with some younger talent that maybe has not been in that kind of situation before.

I mean, there’s so many people that I’m dying to do proper sit down interviews with. I want to spend some real time with somebody and like, really unpeel some of those layers and figure out who some of these characters are to try to push some of those stories forward to give some context to fans who some of these wrestlers are.

Even though some of these wrestlers are like these world renowned stars, if you’re a casual fan, you might not know who everybody is, and I would love to provide a little bit more context into who they are, and really get into that stuff.

I obviously love doing that with my podcast. So to do that, on the television side is something that I would love to do.”

WATCH: Revealing Video Of Renee Young:

• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Tag Team Wrestling Veteran Wolfie D (Real name: Kelly Wolfe) celebrates his 49th birthday.

Most Old School fans probably remember him as one half of the Tag Team ‘PG-13’, teaming with his Tag Team partner J.C. Ice (Jamie Dundee, son of Wrestling Legend Bill Dundee).

PG-13 was a part of the early version of The Nation of Domination in 1996 & 1997, but they also wrestled for Paul Heyman’s ECW Extreme Championship Wrestling in 1997 and for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 2000.

Those fans who watched TNA during their early years in 2002, 2003 & 2004, will also remember Wolfie as “Slash”, a member of Father James Mitchell’s stable “The Disciples of the New Church”.


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