WWE presents a live broadcast for RAW every week, but it’s not easy coming up with three hours of content. Renee Paquette was part of the WWE family for eight years until she left the company back in the Summer of 2020. She parted ways with the company after FOX’s WWE Backstage show was cancelled. Paquette also made an interesting claim about the company recently.
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 knows how the current product is.
While speaking on her show Throwing Down with Renne and Miesha, Renee Paquette talked about the absolute chaos that was WWE’s creative process. She claimed that Monday Night RAW very often goes on air without fully being written
“There is times that I’ve gone on the air with Monday Night RAW and the show is not written. It is full being re-done, we don’t know what’s happening. So creative can most certainly change. It happens very often, also the production doesn’t get out until 3pm, and thats on a good day, that’s when things are running smoothly.” .
Renee Paquette also doesn’t believe good times exist in WWE anymore. Tony Khan even took a shot at WWE tearing up scripts at the last minute. WWE’s creative process is unlikely to change anytime soon by the looks of it.
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