Renée Paquette has got a new show called Renée All Dey.
According to Fightful, WWE’s first female commentator Renée Parquette has landed a deal with the Cincinnati Bengals for a new show. On October 6th, the NFL team announced that the new Parquette-led show would be coming to fans later this month.
Showing she is excited to begin interviewing some of the Bengals’ biggest stars, Parquette took to Twitter to tell the world she has fully embraced the orange and black, maybe a little too much.
But this would not be the first time she has worked with the Bengals. Last month Renée quizzed cornerback Chidobe Awuzie, which is available to watch for free on the Bengals YouTube page.
Parquette made a name for herself as a WWE commentator. Joining the company in 2012, Renée became one of the leading voices of WWE commentating on Smackdown. Eventually, Parquette got her own show on Fox Sports 1 WWE Backstage. Parquette ultimately parted ways with WWE in 2020 after the cancellation of WWE Backstage.
Parquette now hosts her podcast and YouTube channel The Sessions with Renée Parquette. She is also the co-host of Throwing Down, featuring her and former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Miesha Tate. Parquette is married to current AEW World Champion Jon Moxley.