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Renee Young Will Change the Commentary Game This Week on Raw

Updated on August 9, 2018
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Former Los Angeles Lakers beat writer, future screenwriter, and currently enjoying writing about the WWE and its amazing superstars!

A Groundbreaking Announcement By WWE

In the midst of this incredible Women's Evolution, the WWE has made another giant step in the direction of their talented women gaining bigger opportunities.

The WWE has announced earlier today that a new face will be seen and heard on the commentary table with Michael Cole and Corey Graves during this week's episode of Monday Night Raw. Renee Young is making history as the first woman to commentate an entire Raw and will take the spot of Jonathan Coachman, who will be on assignment.

This news has spread all over the WWE Universe like wildfire and people could not be any more elated than they are right now. Fans adore Renee and have been itching for her to get this kind of opportunity for a very, very long time.

It's a week of great news for Renee Young fans as yesterday she was announced as one of the members of the Mae Young Classic commentary team alongside Michael Cole and WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix. If that wasn't enough of an excitement boost for the WWE Universe, the announcement today was the biggest cherry on top.

Renee's peers are just as excited for her as the fans are, and some have expressed their sentiments towards her following the announcement:

Renee Young Is A Trail-Blazer For Women

Everything that Renee Young has been asked to do by the WWE she has done better than anyone could have dreamed of. She has hosted a numerous amount of pre and post shows during all pay-per-view events, countless number of shows on the WWE Network, and has held important live interviews on Raw and SmackDown Live.

The mere fact that all of the hard work and dedication to her job has led her to this moment is truly inspirational. You can't help but respect the level of motivation that Renee carries with her every single day.

She loves her career, she loves the people she works with, and she loves the WWE.

This news is not only incredible for Renee, it's also hope for all the new and upcoming women who have been given some opportunities in the WWE such as Charly Caruso, Cathy Kelly, and Dasha Fuentes. Renee Young is a trail-blazer and she has now opened the door for opportunities for all aspiring women commentators.

Also, this move lets the younger generation of women know that if they want to have a career in broadcasting, especially in professional wrestling, it's absolutely possible. From this point forward, Renee Young will always be known as the first woman to ever commentate a Monday Night Raw, and that fact will always be cemented in WWE's history--which is truly groundbreaking.

This awe-inspiring Women's Evolution is continuing to dominate the entire wrestling world and this is just ANOTHER extraordinary accomplishment for them.

The level of respect Renee has garnered during her time with the WWE has reached its highest notch possible. Fans all around the world are ecstatic to see how Renee does in her new role this Monday night.

Although it's only for this one week, I'm confident that Renee will show the WWE Universe just how much she truly belongs on that commentary table. Knowing how talented and knowledgeable she is, I have zero doubt that she will do what she always does---bring it.

Once Monday night rolls around, I for one will be incredibly happy to see Renee keeping Coach's seat warm and excited to see how the chemistry flows between herself, Cole, and Graves. She deserves this opportunity more than anyone else, and I cannot think of a better person to be in her position right now.

With the women's pay-per-view coming up on October 28th, this might very well be practice round Renee needs to commentate that historic moment in history.

She's a role model, she's a trail-blazer, and she's the very best at what she does.

Congratulations to the amazingly talented Renee Young!

© 2018 Steve Smith

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