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Renee Paquette: Jon Moxley’s Passion For Wrestling Is Second To None

Renee Paquette thinks it’s amazing watching Jon Moxley achieve his dreams in wrestling.

The pair began dating in 2013, and have been together ever since. They married in 2017, and have worked together in AEW since Renee Paquette joined the promotion in 2022. She even gave birth to their first child in 2021.

During this time, Jon Moxley has been achieving his dream in wrestling. After leaving WWE in 2019, he as wrestled all over the world for a variety of promotions. He has won the AEW and IWGP World Heavyweight Championships, and recently battled Josh Barnett in a bloody battle in Tokyo, Japan.

Renee Paquette posted a heartfelt message to her husband Jon Moxley on her Instagram story. She called watching is wrestling in these kind of matches “amazing”. She noted how nobody has more passion than Moxley, as he continues to check off his bucket list of things he wants to do in wrestling.

“No one loves this more than @jonmoxley. His passion for this is second to none. Watching him continue to check off boxes and write his own story is really truly amazing to watch.”

Renee Paquette On Her Role As A Producer In AEW

During a recent interview with Women’s Wrestling Talk on FITE, Renee Paquette discussed her role as a producer in AEW. She talked about how she uses her experience as an interviewer to help produce the backstage segments, in order to make the wrestlers look like bigger stars.

“I focus on what I have the most experience in, of course, is those backstage segments doing those interviews, different promos,” Renee Paquette said. “You know, for me, it’s kind of jumping in there. It’s such a different experience than it is with WWE. Of course, I was not a producer there. But the experience that I had there of being able to work with everybody.

“I’ve done interviews with everybody. So for me to be able to have that experience and now to be able to apply it here where we’re not just handed a script, and we’re not handed the like, ‘Here’s what we’re getting to.’ So really, it’s you know, getting together with the talent, sometimes it’s right before we’re about to shoot something going, ‘What are we doing? What are we trying to accomplish?’”

“It’s all those little things that I think really make the difference to those moments. And as we know, it was like any moment that you have on camera is so valuable. So we want to make the most of those every single time and if I can help make somebody look like a bigger star or get them better experience in those moments. That’s something that I love doing.”