Funniest Moments Of R-Truth
WWE is not all heels and baby faces fighting it out in the ring. Every once in a while, there comes a character which provides comic relief to the audiences. R-Truth, the character played by Ron Killings is one of them. From his engaging entrance to his witty promos and his entertaining histrionics inside he ring, everything is cherished by the audiences. Currently, he may not be a major player in the WWE ( if you exclude his Golden Truth storyline ), but, over the years he has provided the viewers with some hilarious moments. Lets look at the top 5 funniest moments of R-Truths' career:
5. Conspiracy theory against Truth
It was 2011 and CM Punk had just dropped the "pipe bomb" two weeks ago and it had …show more content…
So what does Truth do? In spur of the moment, he decides that he has both. Not only the audience, even the announcing team was in splits. His explanation of his irrational fears about on ladders and in the MITB briefcase was even more amusing. Truth even nailed the expressions during the promo which made him seem even more delusional.
4. Truth goes to Disneyland
Just before the Royal Rumble 2012, Truth was cutting a promo when Wade Barrett decided to interrupt him and boasted about how he will win the Royal Rumble.
Little Jimmy then questioned why doesn't Barrett smile? And to bring back his smile, Truth showed him some badly photoshoped images himself with Mickey, Minnie and Donald Duck ( a sitting duck according to Truth). But, the best of the lot was his picture with Pinocchio after Pinocchio had said that Wade Barrett would win the Royal Rumble. R-Truth's response to Pinocchio's elongated nose " I don't even know if that's PG!" is what elevated the promo from being a run-of-the-mill promo to a one which brought brazen laughter to the audiences watching.
3. R-Truth runs for President
WWE can come up with some crazy ideas to promote matches at their Pay-Per-Views. One such idea was the Presidential style debate between all the participants - CM Punk, R-Truth, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, Chris Jericho and Kofi