Renee Paquette (Formerly Renee Young in WWE) has taken to social media to announce the launch of her new podcast Oral Sessions.
The podcast premieres on November 24th and will be all about “Cool ass people having a great conversation. Unfiltered and unscripted.”
Renee Paquette worked on WWE television from late October 2012 until she left the company after SummerSlam earlier this year. Commenting at the time that it was “time to roll the dice again and shake things up, time to light that fire again and forge on”.
During her time with WWE, Paquette was a staple on pre-shows for major pay-per-view events while she became the first woman to hold a permanent position in the commentary booth on Monday Night Raw in 2018.
After leaving the WWE, Paquette gave an interview to Jimmy Traina on the SI Media Podcast where she discussed her desire to move into the world of podcasting. Citing Joe Rogan as someone who has been successful in that world, while hoping that provide a women’s voice in what was still quite a male dominated environment.
Paquette returned to the company in October to present Fox SmackDown Kick-Off Show prior to the first night of the 2020 WWE Draft.
Following on from that appearance Paquette announced on social media that she would be releasing a cookbook called ‘Messy In The Kitchen’ on May 18th 2021.