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Renee Paquette says AEW don’t treat fans “stupidly” like WWE

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Former WWE backstage personality and interviewer Renee Paquette recently discussed the difference in how WWE and AEW seemingly treat their fanbase.

With Renee’s husband Jon Moxley having worked for both companies, Paquette is in a unique position to see what happens backstage for both companies, and she had an interesting take on the situation during the latest episode of Oral Sessions.

‘They [AEW] don’t treat their fans stupid” Renee Paquette began on the podcast. “In terms of not knowing what this is and we’re going to beat you over the head to make sure you understand it.’

There are still ongoing rumors that Renee will be heading to All Elite, but as of right now these are unsubstantiated.

Renee Paquette on WWE vs AEW

‘I understand the reasoning of why they [WWE] do that obviously” Paquette continued. “But I think with smart fans, and the way that people have access to looking into information that they might not know and being able to connect the dots themselves, I think that there’s something really cool about that that people like to have that sense of discovery, rather than being talked to like they don’t understand’ Renee Paquette concluded.

This week’s episode of AEW Dynamite will be the Fight for The Fallen themed show. Several matches and segments have already been confirmed for the show and are as follows:

  • No DQ Match for the Trials of Jericho ’“ ‘The Painmaker’ Chris Jericho vs. Nick Gage
  • IWGP United States Championship Match ’“ Lance Archer (c) vs. Hikuleo
  • Tony Khan makes ‘a major new live event announcement.’
  • 10 Man Elimination Match ’“ Hangman Page, Evil Uno, Stu Grayson, John Silver, and Alex Reynolds vs. Kenny Omega, Matt and Nick Jackson (The Young Bucks), Karl Anderson, and Doc Gallows
  • Santana and Ortiz vs. ‘FTR’ Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood.
  • Christian Cage, Jungle Boy, and Luchasaurus vs. Angelico, Marq Quen, and Isiah Kassidy.
  • QT Marshall’s apology to Tony Schiavone
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