R-Truth from "WWE SmackDown," whose real name is Ron Killings, is a professional wrester and one of the WWE Superstars featured on the program.

R-Truth knows all about hard times. Growing up in the rough neighborhoods of Charlotte, North Carolina, he admits he made some bad decisions in the past. But, R-Truth believes those choices have sculpted him into a much more formidable opponent in the ring.

For Truth, his talent is a blessing. He believes he has been given a second chance in life and has no intentions on wasting it. After spending some time in prison, Truth realized that a change was needed from within to get away from a life of crime—a change that has brought him to WWE and a much more positive life. Truth wanted to keep far away from the path he took growing up and WWE turned out to be his light at the end of the tunnel.

Truth calls WWE "a new struggle, but a welcome struggle." He has spent years working on his craft and is ready to open the eyes of the WWE Universe to "the Truth."

Since making his debut in WWE, Truth has electrified the members of the WWE Universe young and old, both with his high-octane style inside the ring and his explosive rap entrance that makes his fans stand up and shout "What's up!"

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Age: 44 years old
Birthday: February 12, 1973
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 228 lbs.
Nickname: The Truth
The Suntan Superman
Full Name / Real Name: Ron Killings
Birthplace: Atlanta, GA
Hometown: Charlotte, NC

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