Renee Young is currently undergoing the unique experience of motherhood with husband Jon Moxley fka Dean Ambrose from WWE. Within two months, the two would become new parents and they are making no gaps in preparations. As seen recently, the former WWE announcer and show host shared multiple photos from a recent shoot by People Magazine to show off the pregnancy carves.
Then Renee Young took to Instagram to point out that she is not someone who loves to post stripping photos of herself on the internet but this is a unique stage of her life which could perhaps also be once-in-a-lifetime. She is having tons of respect for her body despite the major gains in recent times. She is experiencing the journey of creating a new life to the fullest.
Check out the exact words posted by Renee Young on Instagram,
“I’ve never been one to post many stripped down photos, so leave it to me to wait til I’ve put on 30lbs with a baby (and snacks) to want to let it all quite literally hang out. It‘s really easy to become fascinated and filled with respect for what your body can do when you can see and feel it creating life. I love the growth in my body, the changes, the hormones, the bigger boobs haha! It’s not all sunny, but it’s all so so worth it. I’ve never felt more feminine.”
Renee Young is in touch with the pro-wrestling world
Renee Young might be feeling feminine and her baby might not be letting her journeying in the work front. But she is involved with a number of projects including her cookbook and podcast. Also, she is very much aware of what’s going on, in the pro wrestling world. As WWE’s spring cleaning continued this year, a top name like Samoa Joe was released from the company.
Over on Twitter, Renee Young mentioned that it was a huge mistake on WWE’s part by stating the following,
“How do you drop the ball on SAMOA JOE?!?!? How?! Injuries aside, what a mistake.”
How do you drop the ball on SAMOA JOE?!?!? How?! Injuries aside, what a mistake.
— Renee Paquette (@ReneePaquette) April 15, 2021
Joe was a former NXT Champion and a two-time WWE United States Champion in the WWE who earned the respect of the WWE Universe with his work ethic. He will not be able to work at any other pro wrestling promotion until his WWE non-compete clause ends on July 14.