Fandango praises R-Truth for his energy.
R-Truth has been on the WWE roster since 2008 and prior to that, had a brief run with the promotion in 2001.
Behind the scenes, Ron Killings is beloved, for the positive energy he brings as well as his reliability and versatility as a performer.
Speaking on Felger & Massarotti, Fandango praised both R-Truth and The New Day for their ability to always be uplifting regardless of the circumstances faced in front of them.
"Ronnie, R-Truth, or Kofi, or anyone of The New Day guys, you know, you can be on the road, 250-300 days a year, and you'll run into them after a long European tour, and they're just in a good mood. They're just, they're just good, positive cats, and me, sometimes I could be a little negative and just being around Ronnie or Kofi or any of those guys, man that they're never in a bad mood. They can change the whole way to the locker room around and just uplift everybody. If you don't like R-Truth, there's probably something wrong with you, you know? Or if he doesn't like you, he just he's such a good guy, you know, brings a smile to your face, and that's what a good entertainer should do. That's why he's had a job for 40 years. He looks like he's 25 but he's probably 45."
Continuing on, Fandango would say that Vince McMahon loves R-Truth the and because of this, he will likely have a job for life.
"Vince loves Truth. I mean, it's what you want. You want a friendly guy like that, and, he just translates to the crowd when he comes out. If Ronnie and I would do a match, we worked with each other hundreds of times on live events, and people just genuinely love him. You know, and that's why he's had a job for so long and he'll have a job as long as he wants in professional wrestling."
Elsewhere in the interview, Fandango spoke about Road Dogg, the former tag team partner of R Truth, being a big proponent of his tag team with Tyler Breeze backstage. Learn more here.
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