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Renee Paquette is a Canadian sports broadcaster and actress. She is currently an on-air personality with WWE under the ring name Renee Young, where she performs interviewing and commentating duties. She is a former sportscaster for The Score Paquette was born in Toronto, Ontario, and was raised in Ajax, Ontario. She was a child model. After high school, she applied to several colleges and began training in improvisational comedy. At the age of 19, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a comedic actress, but later moved back to Toronto and auditioned for films, music videos, and commercials. ..
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In addition to WWE and E! announcing a Total Bellas Docu-Series, the cast of Total Divas will be returning for season 6 with a few new additions.

Additionally, E!, WWE and Bunim-Murray Productions’ hit series “Total Divas” will return for its sixth season this fall. Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, Eva Marie, Naomi, Natalya and Paige will continue to give viewers an inside glimpse at balancing life in the spotlight and the non-stop action of their professional careers with the drama of their everyday lives.

Brie discusses her future in WWE

In addition, Season 6 will introduce “Total Divas” fans to Lana,  Renee Young, and Maryse, a former two-time WWE Divas Champion and wife of Mike “The Miz” Mizanin.

Congratulations To Renee and the rest of the cast. To read the full article click here 

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Renee Young has the brightest future of any WWE announcer right now. From backstage interviewer to host to color commentator, the fabulous and funny Toronto native connected instantly with WWE Superstars, Divas and fans. When Renee took the position of “WWE Superstars” color commentator, she became the first woman to do that job full-time in 10 years and the only one to do it well (haters can tweet me @JoeyStyles).

Youth and appearance are as important as talent when it comes to being a sports-entertainment announcer and Renee scores the highest marks in all three categories. Sooner rather than later, Renee will be SmackDown’s color commentator and, soon after, Raw’s. Truth be told, she could do so now for SmackDown, Raw and pay-per-views on WWE Network. If her ascension doesn’t happen, it will equal hiring Mike Adamle when it comes to embarrassing WWE announcing personnel blunders. — JOEY STYLES

(via WWE.com)

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WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has updated this week’s Q&A on his official website with additional questions, one of which asks if he was surprised by how good Renee Young has become since arriving in WWE.

In his response, Jim did nothing but praise the Canadian broadcaster. He said, “Renee has plenty of talent and should continue to do well in WWE as I see her role expanding and then see other opportunities coming her way.”

If Jim is impressed with Renee, she’s definitely doing something right!

Before joining WWE, Renee co-presented Aftermath, a wrestling discussion show alongside Arda Ocal for The Score network in Canada. She was then signed by WWE in October of 2012 before debuting on WWE programming in February of this year.

Since starting out as just a backstage interviewer, Renee has also transitioned into a commentator on NXT and has recently started conducting in-ring face-to-face interviews with the likes of CM Punk and Daniel Bryan.

(via Diva Dirt)

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