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Renee Paquette On Bully Ray / Jon Moxley Situation: "There's no payoff. This isn't an angle."

Posted By: Joe West on Jan 25, 2022

Renee Paquette On Bully Ray / Jon Moxley Situation: "There's no payoff. This isn't an angle."

During the latest episode of her Throwing Down show, Renee Paquette spoke about Jon Moxley's return to AEW and how it made her feel getting to see it.

"He looked so good. His music hit and I honestly got a little teary-eyed, 'look at him.' He's just doing his thing and he's so damn good at it and he loves it. I love seeing him do that. I wasn't sure what he was going to say or what he was going to do. We kind of talked about it at home before he left to go on the road, 'what are you going to say?' 'I don't know,'"

"It definitely got me a bit emotional, watching him do this, talking about the things. A lot of the stuff that went on was obviously, incredibly personal, and a bunch of people know what happened, they don't really know anything about it. To see him out there and doing his thing and to know how much the words that he had to say touched so many people. My Twitter was blowing up with so many people that could relate and have been where he's been or been where I've been. It was really cool to see that and have that vulnerability. The guy is a special guy and has such a way with words. He's obviously an incredible wrestler, but he's an incredible person and incredible man. I could not be more proud of him or love this guy anymore. To see him out there doing that was so great."

Renee spoke about Bully Ray's comments that Moxley owes the fans an apology.

"I hate even having to talk about this because it's stupid and annoying. I don't even want to pay it any more attention. The whole thing with Bully Ray, I saw it all over my Twitter and was like, 'do I even want to address this?' It's that thing with, people can talk shit about me all day long and whatever, it's fine. You talk shit about my husband, my family, that become more personal to me and bothers me more. It also bothers me because Bully is somebody who I've always really enjoyed and had a good relationship with him, despite other people not having a good relationship with him or him having burned bridges other places and leaving a bad taste in other people's mouths. I've never had that situation with him. To be on the receiving end of it, sucks. I have not talked to him since this has all gone down. He certainly has my phone number and my husband's phone number. He was at Northeast Wrestling over the weekend with [Moxley]. It sucks."

"There could not be a more bullshit, trash take, than that. He took time off to take care of himself. Him being there and having longevity in this business is plenty. The guy put his body through the ring with the job that he does and the style of wrestling he works. He loves wrestling and loves this business. For Bully to think he also needs to apologize on top of that...my first reaction to it was like, I thought it was some shock jock shit where he doesn't actually think that. There's no way he actually believes that Jon needs to apologize for taking time off to better himself. Three months is also nothing, in the scope of what wrestling is and the scope of his life. Three months is nothing. For him to go and do the things he needed to do for himself and our family and our daughter, that's for us and not anybody else. I could not be more proud of him for doing that, in a business that is notorious with addiction issues, we've seen the untimely passing of so many wrestlers, it's been a thing that has affected the business for a long time and it's a stigma that comes with the business. The fact that Jon is one of those guys, in the spot that he's in and he's going against the grain and doing the things he needs to do speaks volumes to the fans. Not just the fans, but people inside the business, the boys and girls in the back, who might be going through a similar thing. It happens to so many people and is unfortunately so common. He went and did what he had to do. No apologies necessary."

Renee followed up:

"I don't need Bully to apologize for it. I assure you, Jon couldn't give a shit."

When asked if there was going to be any payoff for this, Renee said:

"There's no payoff. This isn't an angle. There is no payoff with a match or anything like that. It's just a shitty take. He's just being a shit head."

Source: fightful.com
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