Vince McMahon is the Chairman of WWE and oversees everything that goes on in the company, right down to the most minute of details. McMahon is larger than life and is known to do the craziest of things, many of which are true. That includes his legendary midnight workouts.

The WWE locker room is full of talented Superstars who go out of their way to entertain fans. It also has veteran Superstars who have been working in the pro wrestling world for a long time and remain a highlight of the main roster shows.

R-Truth is one such Superstar, who has seen a career resurgence over the past few years. He is currently on his second run with the company, having first joined WWE twenty years ago.

While speaking to Bally Sports’ Brandon Robinson, R-Truth revealed which pro wrestling terms Vince McMahon is not a fan of. This includes the term ‘belt,’ which McMahon doesn’t like whatsoever.


I’ll take ANY belt and take it to the highest of beltstivity. That’s what I do. And it’s not called a belt. It’s called a championship or a title. Vince McMahon believes a belt is something you use to keep your pants up. So it’s a championship title. You see what I’m sayin’? I would take any of those championship titles because they’re all prestigious titles. It’s an accomplishment. If you win one of the Tag Team Titles, it’s an accomplishment. So I think that any one of ‘em would be honored to have.”

After his first WWE release, R-Truth had a short stint in TNA before signing with WWE again back in 2008. Since then he has had multiple title reigns, especially with the WWE 24/7 Championship as he has held the title over 50 times.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet is a professional wrestling fan for over 22 years. He got captivated by the sport during the Monday Night Wars and has a passion for it ever since. He also enjoys TV shows, movies, anime, novels and music, which broadens his perspective and appreciation for wrestling. He is a knowledgeable and respected voice in the industry.

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