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 shared her thoughts on AEW’s women’s division as well.

AEW has been receiving a lot of praise for its variety of pro wrestling. However, nothing is perfect as the women’s division has left a lot to be desired and has been criticized on a constant basis.

While the women’s division has certainly improved over the past year, there is still a lot of room for improvement. While speaking on Busted Open Radio, Renee Paquette shared her thoughts on AEW’s women’s division. Paquette stated that she believes people shouldn’t be knocking on the division anymore.

I don’t think it’s a conversation anymore about people trying to knock the women’s division in AEW. You look at the women who are on there from, obviously the Britt Baker’s to Ruby Soho to Nyla Rose. To even having somebody like Taynara, I feel like she’s gone leaps and bounds I want to see more of her in the ring. I want to see more of Anna Jay in the ring.


It’s cool seeing people develop and grow right before your eyes. And it’s not easy to do, you get thrust into that, into live TV, when you’re super green. Oh my god, how did I leave Jade off that list by the way? Jade is a true specimen of a human being. But, yeah, I think that the depth continues to show for the division.”

AEW President Tony Khan was also given huge props for embracing deeper storylines in the women’s division. We will have to wait and see whether the company will continue to improve the women’s division or not.

h/t to Wrestling Inc for the quotes

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