Renee Paquette worked with WWE for eight years until she parted ways with the company back in the Summer of 2020. She left the company after FOX’s WWE Backstage show was cancelled. It seems she isn’t a fan of how WWE’s environment has changed.

Since then Paquette has kept herself busy with numerous projects, both personal and professional. She experienced a lot of things while working in WWE and is also aware of how the current WWE product is.

WWE has released numerous talents over the past couple of years and every month fans dread the impending release of their favorite stars. The latest cuts took place earlier this month and featured the likes of Willaim Regal getting fired as well.

While speaking on Busted Open Radio, Renee Paquette was asked whether good times still exist in WWE. Paquette admits she is worried good times no longer exist in the company.

”You know what really bums me out about that too? I’ve been gone from there for like coming up on a year and a half or something like that,” Renee said. “There are definitely times when I’m like, ‘man, I really miss everybody. I had a blast when I worked there, oh my god, I got to do so many fun things with so many great people.’ And when I look back on that you get that FOMO feeling, of like, ‘I’m missing out on all those good times,’ but I don’t think those good times exist anymore.

I don’t think that’s what’s happening there and that also really is upsetting. It sucks that it’s like that because wrestling should be the best job in the entire world. It should be the most fun and that’s when people flourish and do their absolute best. So to see that kind of going away and imagining people walking around on eggshells sucks a big one, as they say.”

WWE will continue releasing more talents as the months go by and that is highly unlikely to change anytime soon from the looks of it.

h/t to Wrestling Inc for the quotes

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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