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, R-Truth has also revealed why he can’t bring Lil Jimmy into the faction.

R-Truth has been actively involved in the ongoing Judgment Day storyline on Monday Night RAW, making efforts to insert himself into the fold one way or the other.

For those who don’t know, Lil Jimmy is an imaginary character that originated during R-Truth’s heel run in the early 2010s. Initially, the gimmick was a term for fans in the crowd who would boo Truth. However, it evolved into an imaginary singular child named Jimmy.

While speaking to Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp, R-Truth discussed the possibility of Lil Jimmy being added to Judgment Day. Truth mentioned that he would need to have a discussion about it, adding that he can’t just bring someone else with problems into the group.

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“We have to have a talk about that. I can’t just bring other—even though I’m his care keeper—I can’t just be bringing someone else with problems into the group. It was hard enough for me to get in there and getting JD out.We have to have a talk about that. I can’t just bring other—even though I’m his care keeper—I can’t just be bringing someone else with problems into the group. It was hard enough for me to get in there and getting JD out.”

R-Truth also unintentionally cost Damian Priest his match against Drew McIntyre on this past week’s episode of Monday Night RAW. Thankfully, the two would patch things up after the show.

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 what R-Truth had to say? Do you enjoy his current run with The Judgment Day? Let us know in the comments section below!

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