Renee making history herself.
The women's revolution in WWE is in full force as the women of the company are set to take center stage this Sunday when WWE presents their first-ever all-women's PPV 'Evolution'. The action will be impactful in the ring but the force of the evolution will not only be heard and felt in the ring, but on commentary as well. On the call for the show will be WWE Hall Of Famer Beth Phoenix, Monday Night RAW commentator Renee Young, Michael Cole and for a portion of the show SmackDown GM Paige.
In early September Renee Young joined the RAW commentary table full-time and has received tons of praise since the day she started. Heading into WWE 'Evolution' Renee was profiled by Bleacher Report and revealed that one of the most nerve-racking things she thought about heading into her RAW commentary debut was wondering when she would be able to use the bathroom.
"It was one of the things I was legit the most stressed out about doing commentary,” she reveals. “‘But when do I pee?!’ But I feel like I’ve overcome it.”
During the profiling, Renee shared that Paul Heyman has not only been an advocate of Brock Lesnar's, but an advocate of hers as well. Renee stated that Paul has had her back from the jump.
“He’s had my back from the get-go,” Young says. “He did not need to do that. For whatever reason, he and I have always been close when it comes to talking about being better and wanting to be the best.”
Renee Young also touched on her relationship with current RAW Tag Team Champion Dean Ambrose and explained why despite the offers, the two do not think their relationships fits the 'Total Divas' mold.
“I think [our relationship] was not something we wanted to pull the curtain back on,” Young says. “That made me uncomfortable as well, because the whole time I’m just saying he’s crazy and how do I deal with this crazy person [for story purposes], which is really not our dynamic. That was really odd to navigate as we were doing it.”
To take a look at the full profiling of Renee Young, head over to Bleacher Report. On a related note, Dean Ambrose turned his back on Seth Rollins this past Monday on RAW following their RAW Tag Team Titles victory. To read more in-depth about that, click here.