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WWE Superstar R-Truth Explains What's Up With His Video Game Skills

Ronnie Aaron Killings is better known to millions of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) fans as R-Truth, the superstar rapper with a personality as big as his 6’2” 220 pound frame. The former WWE United States Champion and WWE Tag Team Champion (with Kofi Kingston) is returning home (sort of) with his match at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina at WWE Smackdown on May 7.

The Charlotte, NC native has emerged as one of the more popular wrestlers out there today. He’s also one of the bigger video game players in the WWE, which recently held the first-ever 2K Sports Superstar Challenge in New Jersey as part of WrestleMania 29. R-Truth gets his game on in this exclusive interview, where he talks about his old school gaming cred, offers tips on how to play his character in WWE 13 and explains why WWE superstars are excited about 2K Sports WWE 2K14 in this exclusive interview.

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jagiii1173d ago

It's good to see these guys love to play the video games they're in.

TheUndertaker851172d ago (Edited 1172d ago )

Oddly enough quite a few do. I hope 2K uses that to their advantage in the future also.

WWE superstars that are more into games could provide insight into both the wrestling world and the games that are being created for wrestling plus how 2K might look to better the WWE series beyond what THQ has delivered this gen at least.

Too many of the WWE games have been disappointing to me this gen compared to previous gen entries. :-/