In his most recent tweet, WWE Superstar R-Truth received high praise from Kevin Owens. During WWE’s most recent tour of Canada, Kevin Owens and R-Truth travelled by car to Toronto. It appears from a video Owens released from their road trip that the two had a great time.
Matt Camp, the presenter of WWE’s The Bump, commented on the video and stated he would like to see more of Owens and Truth. He continued by suggesting “Fight The Truth” as the duo’s team name. Owens expressed displeasure with the idea and pledged to “never fight the Truth.” He then offered up a another name for a potential alliance with the former 24/7 Champion.
Kevin Owens and R-Truth Relationship
According to their Twitter conversations, Kevin Owens and R-Truth appear to be fairly close in real life. The WWE Universe reacted amusingly to Owens’ tweet declaring that he would never fight Truth.
Kevin Owens and R-Truth in WWE
It’s noteworthy that Truth and Owens have only engaged in combat once on WWE TV thus far. The match in question was a dark match that occurred on the May 26, 2015, episode of WWE Main Event. Owens defeated Truth by pinfall to win the match.
Being a regular on WWE RAW and sticking with his “Prizefighter” persona, Owens is currently doing rather well for himself. His match against WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania 38 has been the highlight of his tremendously successful 2022 thus far. WrestleMania 38’s opening night featured the pair, and Austin defeated Owens in his first match in 19 years.
R-Truth: Life and Career
Rapper and semi-retired professional wrestler from the United States is named Ronnie Aaron Killings. He is presently signed to WWE and goes by the stage name R-Truth when appearing on the Raw brand.
From 1998 until 2002, Killings performed for the World Wrestling Federation as K-Kwik. He and “Road Dogg” Jesse James formed a partnership and twice won the WWF Hardcore Championship. He joined Jeff Jarrett’s new promotion Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in 2002 after being released from prison (TNA).
As Ron “The Truth” Killings, he served as the main attraction at many pay-per-view (PPV) events and became the first African-American to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship twice as well as the first world champion in TNA history. Along with BG James (formerly known as Road Dogg) and Konnan, he co-founded 3 Live Kru, which twice won the NWA World Tag Team Championship. Before departing from TNA in late 2007, Killings founded Team Pacman with football athlete Adam Jones and won the TNA World Tag Team Championship.