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Renee Paquette Talks About Her Husband Jon Moxley Wrestling In Bloody Brawls & More



Renee Paquette was a guest on Busted Open Radio as she spoke about her husband and AEW Superstar Jon Moxley competing in bloody brawls in his current AEW run and also in GCW. Moxley defended the GCW Championship against Gage in a Death Match at last Saturday’s Fight Club event in a brutal war. You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

Renee Paquette on Jon Moxley competing in death matches: “Obviously it’s really hard to watch. I don’t even really know how to put it into words. You’re watching your loved one, my husband, doing this insane s**t. You see him bleeding that much, you see his back torn up. It looked like ground beef. He walked in the door yesterday. By the time he got home, I’d never seen him look worse. So it’s hard to watch, it’s hard to see him go through that. Also, he retained the championship. So what does that mean, does that mean there’s more of this? That’s kind of where my head goes. It’s stressful, it’s really hard to watch. It’s hard to see him bleeding that much and the thick panes of glass. How many light tubes? Is it in his eyes, is it in his lungs? This is some of the stuff that just kind of goes through my mind while I’m watching him do this.”

Paquette on the experience of watching the match and getting messages from friends: “So I’m watching it from home and I’m getting the perspective from home. I’m hearing the commentary, I’m hearing Mick Foley, I’m kind of into the show, watching the entire card. But then seeing how much he was bleeding, how much glass there was everywhere and then having friends of mine that were there message me. That’s what kind of throws me over the edge, it’s when the people that are there that are messaging me saying, ‘I can’t watch this. This is a lot. Are you okay?’ That’s what stresses me out. Cause I can still watch it on TV and there’s still that barrier between me and actually being there that makes it a little bit more palpable to accept. But when friends of mine are there, sending me videos from the crowd and checking in on me, that’s when I’m like, ‘oh my god, is he okay?’ That’s when it gets stressful.”

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