Former WWE worker Renee Paquette was interviewed by Justin Dhillon for the sub podcast, Casual Conversations. During the conversation, he spoke about his experience in the WWE company and if his professional future will continue to be linked to wrestling. Renee recalled the first time WWE President Vince McMahon congratulated her on her work. He explained that receiving such a positive reaction from someone like McMahon was unexpected.

I’d say my first night as a commentator, he said. I just focused on doing what they asked me to do, without stressing out. If it works well If not, nothing happens. In the end, everything turned out great and it seemed that everyone liked it. I felt good about it, but Vince seemed to be really excited and congratulated me very happy, Renee commented. Having that reaction from Vince was completely unexpected but it was also great.

As part of her work with WWE Renee did many things for the Network, including hosting her own show. However, he also came up with a long list of ideas for the platform that never got off the ground. One thing I always wanted to bring back to Tuesday Night Titans. I wanted to be the presenter and I wanted Mean Gene to be my partner. That’s what I really wanted, he said. We never shot a pilot or anything like that. It never really came out of being an idea but it was something I would have loved to do.

I pitched a couple of different cooking show ideas along with some wrestlers and tried to get some podcasts going, Renee commented. Talk shows are something I love to do, just being able to chat with people and hang out. But Tuesday Night Titans was something I really wanted to do. Renee also spoke about her professional future and whether professional wrestling as a whole will be part of those plans. She commented that she will never be able to leave wrestling and that she is open to the opportunities that come their way.

I wouldn’t say that I’m trying to get away from the world of wrestling because it’s something that will always be a part of my life. I’m definitely not going to give up professional wrestling, Renee said. But I think it’s good for me to take a breather and find out what I really want to do and where I want to go. If that means doing something in wrestling in some way, of course, I’m open to the idea of ​​doing it. I don’t close myself to new opportunities.