Renee Young left WWE and now she is no longer under contract with a pro wrestling company. She is still technically working for Fox Sports, but she has yet to receive a new gig following the cancellation of WWE Backstage. She was at All Out last night, but she didn’t appear on camera.

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During a media teleconference following All Out, Jon Moxley was asked about his wife Renee Paquette. He said she was backstage and in the audience for the show. She is also a “jack of all trades,” and she has interests outside of pro wrestling. Don’t expect to see Renee at ringside while Moxley is in a bloody war, but she could pop in and do some hosting spot once her “extensive non-compete clause” is up.

“I don’t think she wants to be anywhere near my corner. She doesn’t really like blood and sh*t. The thing about that is she has an extensive non-compete clause about going to another wrestling company. It’s definitely not out of the realm of possibility for her, since she’s a jack of all trades, to maybe pop in and do something. Maybe a presenter, a host or something. She was backstage tonight and sitting in the crowd, so she’s around. If it wasn’t for that non-compete, she could have popped on camera tonight if she wanted to.”

“Ultimately, her main goals and interests are outside of wrestling. I expect her to kind of have her toe dipped in because she’s so ingrained in wrestling and so many wrestling fans follow her, so I expect her to have her toe dipped in some way. I want her to get that Katie Couric ‘Good Morning America’ gig so I can have a sugar mama.”

Renee Young does have a lot of potential to be that “sugar mama” that Jon Moxley is looking for. We’ll have to see what kind of contract she signs first. It will be a while before she can speak with a pro wrestling company, but that doesn’t seem to be her immediate goal.

Thanks to Wrestling Inc for the quote

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Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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