R-Truth returned during the Survivor Series Premium Live Event and has been on a mission to join The Judgment Day. In pursuit of his Judgment Day status, his son’s basketball coach also acknowledged him as a member of The Judgment Day.
R-Truth has consistently attempted to insert himself into The Judgment Day storyline on Monday Night RAW. His efforts included teaming up with The Miz on RAW Day 1 to secure a victory over Dominik Mysterio and JD McDonagh.
R-Truth even got a new haircut after claiming that he became member of The Judgment Day. The former United States Champion was recently spotted at his son Chris Killing’s basketball game.
Truth’s son scored his 1000th point, which is why he came to celebrate with his son. His son’s basketball coach took to Twitter and gave a shoutout to Truth, acknowledging him as a member of The Judgment Day.
”Congratulations to Penn State University – Greater Allegheny junior guard @ChrisKillings1 scoring his 1000th point in a 107-85 @psugaathletics victory over PSU DuBois. Chris finished with 17 points and 6 assists. He was able to celebrate this great accomplishment with his dad in attendance @RonKillings of @wwe Judgment Day. Bryce Phillips, the @USCAA Player of the Week, added 24 points & 12 rebounds and Jeremiah Miller added 21 points & 11 rebounds and Devin Green had 12 & 7. Small College Men’s Basketball #1 Ranked team PSUGA goes to 10-0 in the @PSUAC Conference.”
In case you didn’t know, Damian Priest advocated for R-Truth to work with The Judgment Day in the first place. Nonetheless, it remains to be seen how WWE will continue to book the storyline as we approach the Royal Rumble Premium Live Event on January 27th.
What do you think of this story concerning R-Truth? Do you feel his story with The Judgment Day is the best thing on Monday Night RAW as of late? Sound off in the comments section below!