It has been a busy week for Renee Young.
Last night the Mae Young Classic kicked off with Young joining Beth Phoenix and Michael Cole on commentary. While earlier in the week Young joined Lilian Garcia on the Chasing Glory podcast, where the topic of doing more commentary work for the WWE was brought up multiple times throughout the interview.
With all signs pointing to Young taking on more color commentary duties with the WWE, news broke this morning that Young would be joining Cole and Corey Graves behind the Raw announcer’s table this upcoming Monday night.
Today (Aug. 9) the pro wrestling world reacted to the news of Young becoming the first ever woman to part of the Monday Night Raw commentary booth.
I applaud @WWE for the decision to have @ReneeYoungWWE sit in this coming Monday as a guest commentator on #RAW. The entire program has just been handed an instant upgrade. Bravo! A most worthy recipient of this extraordinary opportunity! https://t.co/ct3xOXt6IO
— Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) August 9, 2018
Congrats to @ReneeYoungWWE on this wonderful achievement-commentary on @WWE Raw! Well deserved and I am so happy for you!!!! You deserve this and will do an outstanding job! Can’t wait to watch and listen. https://t.co/SQA4dC0aei
— John Layfield (@JCLayfield) August 9, 2018
I am absolutely thrilled for @ReneeYoungWWE who has EARNED this opportunity. No one takes lightly the honor of sitting in those chairs every Monday night and I can’t wait to hear the different dynamic in Greensboro. https://t.co/uGQbppYyTa
— Jonathan Coachman (@TheCoachrules) August 9, 2018
While Jonathan Coachman is working on outside obligations next week, Young will step into his spot on the Raw go home show for SummerSlam.
Having previously worked WWE commentary duties for NXT and Main Event, how will Renee Young do on Monday night working alongside Michael Cole and Corey Graves?
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