Renee Young has been a main part of the RAW commentary team alongside Corey Graves and Michael Cole on two separate occasions now since Jonathan Coachman has been called away to commentate on other sports that his ESPN contract pulls him into.
Renee did a fantastic job on the final RAW before SummerSlam when she had the best seat in the house to watch her husband Dean Ambrose make his return to WWE.
She then returned to that familiar position last week on RAW when Drew McIntyre decided to drag Ambrose over to the commentary desk and beat him down in front of his wife.
Young herself said that she gained good feedback from WWE concerning her position on the commentary team and this could be why she has been called back once again but this time WWE has announced that she will take up the position full-time.
— WWE (@WWE) September 10, 2018
It is unknown as to what this means for Jonathan Coachman but given the Women’s Revolution and the fact that Renee has worked her way up through the company over the past few years ever since she was first hired back in 2012 proves that she is deserving of a place on the panel and it shows that WWE is open to equality and diversity.
Renee is the first female to ever be given this kind of opportunity but she has stood out ever since she first appeared in a backstage role and has continued to shine with every role that she has been given. Renee will begin her new role full-time as part of tonight’s go-home episode of RAW ahead of Hell In A Cell and will continue to be a consistent presence in the coming months.