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Renee Paquette on Jon Moxley doing deathmatches and AEW

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Former WWE on-air personality and backstage interviewer Renee Paquette recently appeared on SiriusXM’s Busted Open Radio.

Paquette discussed several topics during her time on the show, including her husband Jon Moxley, who is not only a performer in AEW, but he also still takes part in deathmatches, such as the one for GCW this past weekend against Nick Gage.

‘Obviously it’s really hard to watch. I don’t even really know how to put it into words” Renee Paquette began, describing what it is like watching Jon Moxley in these situations.

“You’re watching your loved one, my husband, doing this insane s**t. You see him bleeding that much, you see his back torn up. It looked like ground beef. He walked in the door yesterday. By the time he got home, I’d never seen him look worse” Paquette continued. So it’s hard to watch, it’s hard to see him go through that.

“Also, he retained the championship. So what does that mean, does that mean there’s more of this? That’s kind of where my head goes. It’s stressful, it’s really hard to watch” the former WWE personality concluded.

Renee Paquette on Jon Moxley deathmatches

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