The truth about R-Truth

Humble beginnings?

Believe it or not, R-Truth had a significant role in both the PG Era and the Attitude Era in the WWF as K-Kwik, serving as both a comedic face and a psychopath heel. R-Truth, whose actual name is Ron Killings, began competing for the famous National Wrestling Alliance in 1997 as a manager before making his wrestling debut in NWA Wildside in 1998. Killings, who was quickly becoming well-known on the independent circuit, sent a taped audition to the WWF offices and was later signed to a developmental contract. He joined Memphis Championship Wrestling, where one of his greatest matches was against Jerry Lawler in May 1999. K-Kwik made his television debut on WWF Raw Is War in November 2000. He attacked William Regal on behalf of Road Dogg and soon joined forces with the D O Double G to create a tag team. K-Kwik once collaborated with Degeneration-X, joining forces with Road Dogg, Billy Gunn, and Chyna to take on the Radicalz. Early in 2001, after Road Dogg was let go, K-Kwik struck out on his own and did well on the B-show WWF Jakked. Before fading, Killings even won the Hardcore Championship twice. It was surreptitiously published in late 2001 or early 2002.

TNA redemption

R-Truth became the first black person to ever win the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship in TNA, despite the fact that he was mostly employed as a humorous character in the WWE. Truth was always funny in his role as Ron Killings, but he was also much more of a serious force to be reckoned with. He talked quite seriously during promotions and had a much tougher edge to him. Even yet, he made remarks on how racism had been used against him by others. Ron Killings, the NWA Champion, and 24/7 Champion R-Truth is completely unrelated.

Return to WWE

Killings had a highly successful run with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling after leaving the WWF in 2002, winning the NWA World Championship twice. Killings returned to WWE in 2008 and made his in-ring debut as R-Truth by defeating the young former cheerleader Kenny Dykstra thanks to his impressive athleticism, strong charisma, and superb in-ring talents. The WWE has kept Killings’ prior involvement with the WWF quiet for at least two years, and they continue to do so. Before fading into the comedic persona he currently plays, Killings was able to have one more professional comeback as R-Truth, competing against the likes of John Cena, Alberto Del Rio, and CM Punk and even rising to the position of top contender for the WWE Championship.

24/7 Champion

He has a record of winning the 24/7 Championship, 54 times. Truth has been in the business since 1997 and is 50 years old, so for those who may not be aware, he has spent half of his life working in professional wrestling. He not only has shown the world how good he is as a performer inside the ring with his charisma and athleticism but also such a great comic relief with spot on jokes to make you laugh all the time.

Here’s a story of R-Truth on Vince McMahon

Music enthusiast and BMX/Mountain biker based out of Pune, who intends to traverse through various genres of film design and content curation. Hugely influenced by the underground culture, be it in terms of music, films and especially art. Always travelling across unexplored wilderness because it is now just a side hobby in a way, but trying to keep the main motivation line which is "every secret of a writing soul is that every experience is written in words of one's work".