Renee Young is an American television personality known for presenting podcast Oral Sessions and Smackdown. She is also famous as the wife of WWE champion Jon Moxley who loses the AEW Championship after a grueling match on dynamite. Lately, she broke headlines revealing her pregnancy with Jon Moxley.
Renee Young Happily Married to Jon Moxley
Renee Young has been blissfully married to an American professional wrestler Jonathan Good (Jon Moxley) for four years. The TV show host and Moxley tied a knot at their Las Vegas home in an impromptu ceremony on April 9, 2017. Young and her partner took their relationship to the next level after dating five years since 2013.
As the pair already crossed eight years together, they decided to add a family member. So, in November 2020, Paquette and Good announced they were expecting a baby. During an interview with People, Renee said her "maternal instinct is telling me it's a girl. We'll see if I'm right!".
The athlete also shared the good news with his fan followers regarding Renee's pregnancy via Instagram on November 19, 2020, with a heart and family emoji. At that time, Moxley was scheduled to defend the AEW World Title against Kenny Omega of AEW Dynamite. Meanwhile, his spouse Renee was gearing up to launch her further podcast.
Renee,35, and Jon,34, are so beyond excited to begin the new chapter, and now finally having the world know feels like a weight has been lifted off their chest. Naming a person is crazy and it requires a lot of pressure to get it right. However, the duo thinks they will surely lean towards something classic and timeless.
What is Renee Young's Net Worth in 2020?
Renee Young has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2020. She receives a payroll of at least which is the basic income of a TV show host.
Renee Young is releasing a cookbook this May 2021 titled Messy in the Kitchen: My Guide to Eating Deliciously, Hosting Fabulously, and Sipping Copiously. The book is available for preorder now on amazon.com.
The Canadian beauty started her television career in 2009 working for The Score Television Network on a show called Right AFter Wrestling, later renamed Aftermath. In October 2012, she was signed by WWE where she was given the ring name Renee Sterling.
Renee made her first appearance as a co-host on the 2012 Survivor Series pre-show opposite Scott Stanford. Later on, she starred on the January 23, 2013 episode of NXT as a backstage interviewer. On March 29 episode, Young interviewed Randy Orton, Big Show, and Sheamus.
Besides, Young started co-hosting the World Tour Segments showcasing various tourist attractions before being promoted as a third main presenter on the JBL and Cole Show. After 2015, she hosted WWE-Vintage Collection along with Gene Okerlund.
Young's other television show credits include Superstars, Unfiltered with Renee Young, sixth Season of Tough Enough, Smackdown on FOX, WWE BAckstage, Raw, The SCrore, Rippin' It-N-Lippin' It, Total Divas, and Regular Girls.
Renee Young's Quick facts
- Renee Young was born on September 19, 1985, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
- Renee Young has short blonde hair and alluring brown eyes.
- Renee Young stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches and weighs 55 kilograms.
- Renee Young applied at several colleges and started training in improv comedy.
- Renee Young flew to Los Angeles at age 19 to chase a career as a comedic actress.
- Renee Young traveled to Toronto and auditioned for films, music videos, and commercials there.
- Renee Young is fond of dogs; she owns a boxer and a chihuahua.
- Renee Young developed her interest in broadcasting instead of acting after being frustrated with rejections from auditions.
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