As Renee Young records her second day of commentary for the Mae Young Classic in Orlando on Thursday alongside Beth Phoenix as part of the first WWE commentary team with two women, she's set to make more history this coming Monday night.
With Jonathan Coachman out fulfilling another obligation, Young will serve as a guest commentator for the final episode of Monday Night Raw leading into SummerSlam.
Young will be part of the broadcast team for entirety of the three-hour broadcast, working alongside play-by-play announcer Michael Cole and color commentator Corey Graves.
"I believe this is the first time ever that we have had a woman in the booth for an entire episode of Monday Night RAW," Cole told ESPN.
"When Michael told me, I was like, 'This Monday?! What are you talking about?!'," Young said. "I am so excited for this opportunity. To be sitting with Cole, who has been such a great champion of mine since I've been working for WWE, it's going to be really cool."
Young has served in a variety of roles throughout her WWE career. For the past several years she's been one of the primary interviewers on Raw and SmackDown, as well as the primary anchor for pay-per-view Kickoff Shows and post-pay-per-view shows "Talking Smack" and "Raw Talk".
Young previously served as part of the NXT broadcast team alongside a variety of other commentators, which is also where Graves got his WWE start.
"Renee has broken barriers all over the place." Cole said. "She's reaching out and doing things that would have never been dreamed of 10 years ago."
Prior to joining WWE, Young worked for The Score Television Network in Canada and worked on pro wrestling-related content on a show called "Aftermath," which featured a variety of voices, including current NXT commentator Mauro Ranallo.