Renee Paquette and Jon Moxley welcome their first child

By Jason Powell, Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Renee Paquette announced the arrival of her daughter on Tuesday. It’s the first child for Paquette and husband Jon Moxley.

Powell’s POV: Congratulations to the happy family. Paquette didn’t list the name of her daughter, though she previously announced that the child would be named Nora in honor of Paquette’s grandmother. WWE congratulated Paquette on the arrival of her daughter via social media while making no mention of Moxley. AEW has yet to address the baby’s arrival via their social media pages as of this update, though I assume it’s only a matter of time.


Readers Comments (5)

  1. WWE should not acknolwedge jon moxley after all of the nasty things he said when he left the company in 2019.

    jon should be grateful for wwe making him a star. He even met his wife in wwe.

    • A lot of people say bad things after leaving WWE. WWE is not always a good place to work.

      Also,WWE did not make him a star. They made Dean Ambrose a star, maybe, not Jon Moxley.

      • The fact is that jonathan good was not a BIG star until he reached wwe. wwe made GOOD famous by putting him on tv and investing time and money in him.

        GOOD said nasty things about wwe , so wwe should not have to congratulate him on becoming a father.

        wwe probably wishes renee married someone better so her child could have a decent person for a father.

        • Are you kidding me? Grow up or move on. This is pathetic.

        • WWE made him turn heel the very same night one of his best friends announced that his leukemia returned. The WWE couldn’t be bothered to move even a week or two later. He didn’t want to do it that night. The WWE doesn’t just make stars out of the goodness of WWEs heart. They do it to make money. They couldn’t respect a money maker like Moxley to even slightly delay his heel turn (a heel turn that didn’t even work, mind you). He had every right to say what he said about WWE.

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