John Cena has battled some of the greatest Superstars to ever step in the ring. In honor of Cena's upcoming 15-year anniversary, look back at six rivals of The Champ you may not remember.06/22/2017 - 17:45
The truth is this: WWE would probably not be nearly as entertaining without R-Truth in it.
The kookiest dude outside of a padded cell, WWE’s resident rapping Superstar has stuck and moved his way throughout sports-entertainment for the better part of two decades, making his mark on some of the most memorable moments in WWE history. Just when you think Truth has faded into the sunset, he comes back, and he comes back strong.
He was rowdy for a hot minute as K-Kwik during the Attitude Era. Then, after a WWE sabbatical, he came back stronger than ever as R-Truth. Then, when it seemed like he had his moment in the spotlight, Truth turned into a full-on maniac, ranting and raving against his invisible tormentor Little Jimmy and coming a hair away from a WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Then, Little Jimmy went away … only Truth came back again, winning a Tag Team Title with Kofi Kingston and heisting the Intercontinental Championship to set up a Ladder Match scramble at WrestleMania 31. Then, he attempted to steal the King of the Ring throne from Bad News Barrett. Then …
OK, you get the idea. Point is, you can never count R-Truth out. He’ll always come back, you’ll never expect it and you’ll certainly be glad that he did. Now that’s what’s up.