Since her first appearance on WWE programming on the March 29, 2013 edition of SmackDown, Renee Young quickly proved herself to be a natural for all aspects of the sports-entertainment organization’s broadcasting division. It can be argued that she absorbed the world of WWE quicker than any telecaster before her.
Young, whose real name is Renee Paquette, joined the company in October 2012 after working at The Score in Canada for three years. During her time with the cable sports network, she hosted WWE Aftermath and interviewed the likes of The Rolling Stone on other shows.
Young’s magnetic, professional and at times, comedic personality, shines through as an interviewer on television and the WWE App, a contributor on The JBL and Cole Show on YouTube and even breaking down gender barriers as a color commentator on WWE Superstars and WWE NXT, which can both be seen on WWE Network ($9.99!) and overseas on television.
On January 9, 2015, Renee Young posted the above photo of herself on Instagram and apparently didn’t notice that she was showing a little too much. She quickly deleted it when this brought to her attention, but not before it was caught online.
Young spoke out on removing the photo after a fan tweeted, “And the @ReneeYoungWWE took down an IG pic, and made us all sad…”
She said, “sorry, guy that just followed me… Didn’t realize I left the headlights on. Didn’t want my battery to die…”