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RENEE YOUNG: “THEY SAID ME NOT TO SPEAK TOO MUCH WHEN I AM AT THE COMMENT”

Renee Young

Last summer, Renee Young became the first woman to sit down steadily at a WWE comment table.

In recent times, however, fans have begun to show less interest in him and many have judged his performances as lacking in comment, no longer recognizing in her the eloquence that made her stand out in backstage interviews and above all in the role of hostess. by Talking Smack. According to some rumors, which we have already reported here, even some WWE executives would have hesitations about the presence of Renee Young to the comment and are thinking of replacing it. In this context, some statements made by Young herself during her Regular Girls podcast could be a source of debate.

“I work every week, usually with Tom Phillips, this week with Vic Joseph, we look at my comment after Raw or after a PPV and we analyze it, they give me directions and I get a lot of benefit from it. They tell me “You don’t have to talk as much as you think you should. Maybe relax and listen a little. ” And this is not an easy task for me. I’m used to being the one talking, keeping the conversation alive. If I don’t have a conversation to keep alive, it becomes uncomfortable and I end up having the logorrhoea (defined in English and by the same Young ‘diarrhea of the mouth’) because I can’t have a firm grip on what is happening. “

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