René Goguen (born December 15, 1983) is a French Canadian professional wrestler, better known by his ring name René Duprée. Goguen is best known for his tenure in World Wrestling Entertainment, where he is a one-time World Tag Team Champion with Sylvain Grenier as the tag team La Résistance and a one time WWE Tag Team Champion with Kenzo Suzuki. Upon winning both titles, Goguen became the youngest wrestler in WWE history to win the World Tag Team Championship (at age 19) and the WWE Tag Team Championship (at age 20). His World Tag Team Championship win also made him the youngest man in WWE history to win any title. He is also the son of celebrated Canadian Maritimes wrestling promoter Emile Duprée.
René Emile Goguen (born December 15, 1983) is a Canadian professional wrestler, better Jump up to: Milner, John; Oliver, Greg. "René Dupre". Slam! Sports.
Billed weight: 250 lb (113 kg)
Residence: Tokyo, Japan
Family: Emile Duprée (father)
Debut: Sylvain Grenier · Emile Duprée · Kenzo Suzuki · La Résistance