Renee Young is one of the most talented broadcasters in WWE, and fans were recently disappointed when they learned that she would no longer be hosting Talking Smack on a weekly basis. Talking Smack now airs only after SmackDown Live exclusive pay-per-views, but Renee will have plenty of work to keep her busy.
Renee Young appeared on Raw this week, and she noted on Instagram that she’ll be working both Raw and SmackDown Live going forward. WWE confirmed her status as the following was posted on WWE.com:
“No, your eyes and ears weren’t deceiving you: Longtime SmackDown LIVE interviewer Renee Young appeared on Raw this week and continued her duties on Team Blue. And she will be a fixture on both brands for the foreseeable future, WWE.com can confirm. The intrepid Young embraced pulling double-duty this week, excitedly posting on Instagram that she was thrilled to reform her “dream team” with Raw’s Charly Caruso. Join WWE.com in congratulating Renee on this exciting new chapter in her career.”
WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels recently announced that he will be joining NXT for the July 27 show in Milwaukee, the July 28 show in Green Bay, and the July 29 show in Minneapolis. Michaels posted the following:
I think I'm gonna come along for that one!!! @WWENXT on the road!! #NXTMilwaukee #NXTGreenBay #NXTMinneapolis https://t.co/49aAdZqGvq
— Shawn Michaels (@ShawnMichaels) July 25, 2017
On this week’s episode we’re talking to Simon Grimm, aka Simon Gotch about what’s next for his career and more. In the episode Simon goes into some interesting ideas that he pitched to WWE creative, where he wants to wrestle next, and he also shares the story of how he found out The Vaudevillains were getting called up to the WWE main roster. We’re also sharing our predictions for the WWE Battleground pay-per-view and more. You can subscribe to Still Real Radio on iTunes, and you can also check out the latest episode below.