A very special interview / Q&A evening with the French Phenom, Former WWE Superstar, René Duprée, here at Exit 7 in the Arena
Exposure Wrestling would like to invite you to share an evening with the French Phenom Rene Dupree. Dupree has worked for Exposure Wrestling in the past, in an in ring capacity, but Duprée who is known for his wrestling ability has also been known to be very outspoken in live interviews. Come and listen to the experiences of a man who spent half a decade within the WWE system before branching out to become a globally renowned superstar.
Various ticket packages available:
Entry & professional photograph with Rene Dupree complete with e-copy, downloadable from exposurewrestling.com.
Entry, professional photograph with Rene Dupree & an autograph on a glossy image supplied by Exposure Wrestling.
Entry, professional photograph with Rene Dupree, autograph on a glossy image supplied by Exposure Wrestling plus a one-of-a-kind custom event T-Shirt.
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More about René Duprée
Although he is now only 34, Dupree is a veteran with over 20 years wrestling experience. Dupree had been exposed to and wrestling at an extremely young age, his professional career beginning in 1997 when he was only 13. The French-Canadian’ superstar’s initial claim to fame was being signed to a WWE contract in 2002 at age 18, making him one of the youngest people to ever sign with the company.
Within a year of signing with the WWE, Duprée had been called up to the main roster, debuting as one half of the tag team La Resistance on RAW. Within three months Dupree had captured the World tag team championships from the team of Kane and Rob Van Dam. This made Dupree the first ever teenager to hold a WWE title and he is still the youngest in ring competitor to ever hold a championship. During his tenure as a tag team champion Dupree would feud with WCW legend Scott Steiner, British legend William Regal, and WWE Hall of Famers, Bubba Ray and D-Von, The Dudley Boyz.
Eventually Duprée would be traded to Smackdown, where he would embark on a solo run clashing with Rey Mysterio, Hall of Famer, Booker T, The Deadman, The Undertaker and having a rivalry with a young John Cena which would see the two battle for Cena’s United States championship. It was also during this time that he would become the youngest man to hold both sets of tag team belts in WWE as he won the WWE tag team championships with Japanese native Kendo Suzuki.
In 2007, after five years with the largest wrestling promotion in the US, Duprée was released from his WWE contract at his own request. Following this Dupree would head out to Japan, debuting for the HUSTLE promotion and defeating another former WWE superstar Tajiri. He would then spend the next 7 years competing for different Japanese promotions including All Japan Pro Wrestling, where he would become the Gaora TV Champion.
Duprée would return from Japan to the independent circuit in 2015, where he continues to wrestle for promotions all across Europe, Canada and the US. He would win 5 championships across these independent promotions and his career is still going strong to this day.
With two decades worth of experience, you just know that an evening with this man will be enlightening to prospective wrestlers and fans alike.