Renee Young appears on WWE television every week for three hours as she sits in on commentary during Monday Night RAW. She’s held that job down securely since being moved into that position, but there will always be people who want to offer their opinion.

While speaking to AMBY, Renee Young revealed that she does still receive criticism backstage in WWE, however, she must be selective with what critiques she accepts.

“Prior to me filling in and taking over that role, like I wasn’t groomed for that spot. I wasn’t at NXT doing it, I wasn’t in the booth doing it. So I am learning this entirely new skill on Monday Night Raw. So it’s like, ‘Yeah, no pressure babe, go out there and crush it.’ So it’s cool. There’s good days, there’s bad days, and I’m always open to learning. I’m always open to criticisms.”

“I think sometimes you have to be careful on like, how often you take those criticisms. Because everybody — like, even if it’s good, even if I go backstage after Raw and you run into five, ten different people who want to have an opinion on it, you can’t take everybody’s opinions. You’ve gotta weed through that, and it’s just navigating those waters. But yeah, it’s nice to just sort of be honest with myself and be honest with other people. Because yeah man, I’m in a spot and trying to make the most of it.”


Renee Young was rumored to be getting hosting gig on FS1’s new WWE talk show, but we’ll just have to see what comes of that.

Things are still looking good for Renee Young on RAW, and if you have an opinion you can certainly share it. Renee Young is the one who will decide whether she accepts the advice or not.

Thanks to 411 Mania for the quote

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