Who is Rene Dupree's wife? Champion wrestler says Mandy Rose inspired him to become OnlyFans model
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY: Canadian professional wrestler René Emile Goguen revealed that Mandy Rose's rise to stardom has inspired him to become an OnlyFans model. Goguen, more popularly known by his ring name René Duprée, is well known for his involvement with Wrestle-1, Hustle, Pro Wrestling Noah, and All Japan Pro Wrestling.
In his Café de Rene podcast, René spoke about Mandy Rose's impressive stream of income via OnlyFans premium since her ouster from WWE and also elaborated on how she inspired him. Her racy content on the platform has made the former NXT Women's Champion a millionaire, as reported by Ringside News. During his podcast, Rene confirmed plans to open an OnlyFans account. “Yeah, yeah, just give me six weeks. I gotta get my washboard abs back and yeah, I’ll be pulling out the thong,” he said.
Who is René Duprée's wife?
On October 14, 2009, Dupree revealed that he had secretly wed Kanako in Japan. Dupree met Kanako while working for Japan's Hustle promotion. Goguen was a member of the tag team La Résistance with Sylvain Grenier and a former WWE Tag Team Champion alongside Kenzo Suzuki. He shot to fame after he became the youngest World Tag Team champion at the age of 19, as reported by Oldestorg.
René Duprée's career
Dupree was the first wrestler in WWE to have won a title while still a teenager and the youngest champion of any kind. Goguen defeated Manabu Soya in his All Japan Pro Wrestling debut on June 22, 2008 while using the ring name René Duprée. He joined the Voodoo Murders stable during his brief tenure in 2008, primarily working with TARU, according to Puroresu System Wiki.
Rene Dupree has won two WWE tag team championships with Sylvain Grenier and Kenzo Suzuki, besides two GHC Tag Team Championships in Pro Wrestling Noah, one Gaora TV Championship in All Japan Pro Wrestling, one Heavyweight Championship while competing for Southside Wrestling Entertainment, as well as a number of other titles in independent promotions. Rene Dupree's WWE career was cut short, but he has made a flourishing career from other ventures, the Sportster reports.
René Duprée's early life
Goguen was exposed to wrestling from an early age since his father, Emile, was a wrestling promoter. At the age of 14, Goguen began working for his father's Grand Prix Wrestling business as a professional wrestler. A few years later, he signed a deal with World Wrestling Entertainment for developmental purposes, and they sent him to Ohio Valley Wrestling to hone his abilities.