Popular wrestling couple announce the birth of their first child
Paquette, then known to wrestling fans as’Renee Young ‘, started dating Moxley, formerly known as’Dean Ambroise‘, when both were employed by WWE in 2013.
The couple married at their Las Vegas home in an impromptu ceremony on April 9, 2017.
Moxley casually revealed his wife’s pregnancy during a promo on AEW Dynamite during his rivalry with the world champion AEW Kenny Omega.
“We knew we were about to announce that I was pregnant,” Paquette said during an appearance on The Bellas podcast. “And he was on the road, he was already in Jacksonville. And he was like, ‘So when are we going to tell people?’ And I was like, I thought of Thanksgiving or something. Literally the day before I went for one of my last ultrasounds. Everything looked good, and I was like, ‘Okay , we’re in the clear. I think we’re ‘good to let people know.’ And he said to me, ‘I think I’m going to say that in one of my promos.’ And I was like, ‘Huh? Are you ?!’ Because you know he’s so private. He stays for him. But then I was like, you know what? I like it because it takes the pressure off me.
“But I love that it wasn’t necessarily a promo to love, to announce that he was going to be a dad. He said, ‘My wife is pregnant at home anyway,’ she said. added. “Now I’m gonna get rid of that guy!” It was like, such a throwaway line that literally, right away, because he had it pre-taped, he was like, “It’s okay. be in any second. “And I was waiting for the stream of the show on the west coast, so I was just looking at my phone, and right away people were like,” Did I just go. ‘hear that okay? “My phone exploded instantly. Yeah, that was crazy.”
Paquette was one of WWE’s most prominent on-air personalities during his nearly eight years with the company, which included the role RAWfirst female commentator of, behind-the-scenes interviewer on numerous shows and host of several shows, including Behind the Scenes of WWE for FOX Sports.
Moxley was one of WWE’s top Superstars during his tenure with the company, making his debut as a member of “The Shield” – one of the most popular wrestling groups of the past decade – and winning numerous titles, including the WWE Championship in 2016.
The Cincinnati native announced his departure from WWE in 2019 and made his debut at AEW’s inauguration Double or nothing event several months later.
Moxley was AEW’s second world champion, beat the then champion Chris Jericho, and is currently the longest-serving AEW heavyweight world champion of all time, having held the title for 277 days before being defeated by Kenny Omega in December 2020.
Moxley is also the current IWGP United States Heavyweight Champion in his second reign for New Japan Pro Wrestling, while also appearing on the independent circuit.