Jon Moxley has been with AEW since May 2019, and his wife Renee Paquette joined the company in October 2022. Moxley became three-time world champion since joining AEW, and he is frequently seen in the main event scene. That being said, AEW has kept the husband and wife apart on-screen. Renee recently addressed the idea of her on-screen involvement with Jon Moxley segments on AEW television. 

Paquette stated on the Sports Media podcast that she does not believe Moxley needs to be aligned with her to tell great stories. She stated unequivocally that they never had that conversation. Renee indicated that they never discussed it, nor has she discussed it with Tony Khan.

We’ve definitely not had that conversation. Jon and I haven’t spoken about it. Tony [Khan] and I haven’t spoken about it. But, I’m sure Jon would agree with this, his character is so lone wolf, does his own thing, walks to the beat of his own drum. I think me adding a layer to that is not something that he needs.

I just don’t really see that being a thing that he needs, especially with the style that Jon wrestles. There’s not really a lot of room for me to go out there. And what am I gonna add to that?


Jon’s such a great performer with everything that he does. Adding me in there just muddies that storyline, I think.

Moxley most recently won gold at the Dynamite: Grand Slam special in September. At the Full Gear pay-per-view on November 19th, he dropped the title to MJF. Their stories continue in AEW, but odds are Renee Paquette’s role will stay in the broadcast team.

So, for the time being, they have no plans to appear together. If that ever happens, we will keep you updated. So stay tuned to Ringside News for all the news you need from the pro wrestling world.

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