Renee Young made history on Monday Night when she became the first woman to commentate on an entire episode of RAW.
The former ESPN star was given the opportunity to sit behind the announce table after Jonathan Coachman was unable to make the show and by all accounts, she gained a lot of positive feedback for her performance.
Despite Vince McMahon only being forced to speak to Renee once to tell her to slow down with some of her calls, it appears that the company still has no immediate plans to bring the star back to the commentary desk in the future.
According to a report by PW Sheet, WWE officials were impressed with Young’s performance and she has garnered a lot of interest from some of their backstage crew but there are still no plans for her to return to the booth on either Raw or SmackDown Live in the near future.
The reports suggest that right now the company prefer Young to stay in her role as a backstage interviewer and Coachman will return to the desk next week.
Young has already done her duties at the upcoming Mae Young Classic alongside Beth Phoenix and Michael Cole, which will air on the WWE Network from September 5th and there are rumors that the company could be looking at Renee to be one of the commentators for the upcoming all-female pay-per-view Evolution.
Since Young, Phoenix, and Cole would be expected to call the final of the Mae Young Classic as part of the show, it would make sense if WWE allowed Renee to step back behind the booth and make history once again on October 28th.