AEW officially announced that Renee Paquette was All Elite during their debut show in Canada on October 12.
Since then, Renee has taken part in many interview segments with the company, including most recently with the Blackpool Combat Club and Jericho Appreciation Society.
Renee recently spoke to Richard Deitsch on the Sports Media Podcast,where she detailed her contract with AEW, confirming how long she is signed for.
“I’ve got a multiple year (deal). I have a three-year deal with AEW. Three years as talent and three-year producer contract. I have two different contracts.”
Renee continued, speaking about the potential of her role within AEW potentially expanding in the future.
“I would love for that role to evolve.
“The thing with AEW is it is a wrestling company, it is a matches heavy show, it’s not necessarily about the broadcast in the way that WWE was. It’s about great matches and showcasing talent in a different way.
“I love doing interviews and backstage interviews, especially working with younger talent that maybe has not been in that kind of situation before. There are so many people that I’m dying to do proper sit-down interviews with. I want to spend time with somebody and really unpeel those layers and figure out who some of these characters to push stories forward and give context to fans as to who some of these wrestlers are, even though some of these wrestlers are world renowned stars, if you’re a casual fan you might not know who they are.
“I would love to provide more context in who they are. To do that on the television side is something I would love to do. As well as, finding other ways to expand my role throughout the show.
“I have a couple ideas of things I want to do and I’m hoping to have those conversations and maybe execute those things in the new year. I do think I bring a lot more value than just doing….I could do backstage interviews in my sleep. That’s somewhere I would love to put on more of my producer hat and help get someone else brushed up to doing backstage interviews in their fullest capacity, whether on the wrestling or broadcasting side, to look at it from a different perspective is something I enjoy.”
Renee also recently confirmed the reports that she had talks with WWE prior to her AEW signing.
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