The Judgment Day attacked R-Truth last Monday on WWE RAW, but it seems Truth believes he is still part of the heel faction.
After posting the definition of a gang initiation, Truth tried to calm his critics on Twitter.
He tweeted, “Calm down my peoples, I really appreciate your support and concerns, but it’s part of the gig… Live, Laugh & Love I’m DEFINITELY in The Judgement Day now #dontbelievethehype #imin”
Calm down my peoples, I really appreciate your support and concerns, but it’s part of the gig… Live, Laugh & Love 🏿 I’m DEFINITELY in The Judgement Day now🙌🏿🙏🏾 #dontbelievethehype #imin pic.twitter.com/XhcoJCzT5y
— Ron Killings (@RonKillings) February 4, 2024
During a recent appearance on the “NotSam Wrestling” podcast, Rhea Ripley revealed the origin of her ‘Mami’ nickname in WWE.
As it turns out, the ‘Mami’ nickname was actually Damian Priest’s idea. In fact, Ripley had a different nickname in mind. She said,
“[Mami] was a Priest thing. I went out there, came back after kneeing myself in the face and busting my front two teeth, I had braces for a week, it was great. I came back from that, and we came back on Rey’s anniversary. That’s where I decided to be a little menace, be myself, and I ordered an Eddie Guerrero shirt and I came out with ‘I’m Your Papi’ shirt, just to see what the hell was going to happen from that. That was a me call and just me doing something that I thought was right and I wanted to stir the pot a little bit. I started the whole Papi thing, I got told I couldn’t be Papi, so Priest was like, ‘Well, you’re Mami.’ I was like, ‘Damn straight I’m Mami. We’re going to roll with that.’ The Mami thing makes me feel comfortable. I just got out there and I’m a child version of myself. I go out there, have fun, do little menace things, make fun of people. Just going out there and having fun.”
The recent attack on R-Truth by The Judgment Day on WWE RAW has left fans questioning whether Truth is now a part of the heel faction. However, Truth took to Twitter to address the situation and reassure his supporters.
In a tweet, Truth wrote, “Calm down my peoples, I really appreciate your support and concerns, but it’s part of the gig… Live, Laugh & Love. I’m DEFINITELY in The Judgement Day now #dontbelievethehype #imin.” This statement suggests that Truth believes he is now a member of The Judgment Day.
While some fans may be skeptical about Truth’s involvement with the heel faction, it is important to remember that professional wrestling storylines often blur the lines between reality and fiction. Wrestlers often play characters and storylines are created to entertain the audience.
In a recent appearance on the “NotSam Wrestling” podcast, Rhea Ripley shed light on the origin of her ‘Mami’ nickname in WWE. Surprisingly, it was Damian Priest who came up with the nickname. Ripley had initially planned to go by a different nickname but Priest suggested ‘Mami’ instead.
Ripley explained that the nickname originated after she returned from an injury where she had kneed herself in the face and busted her front two teeth. She decided to embrace her mischievous side and wore an Eddie Guerrero shirt with the phrase ‘I’m Your Papi’ during Rey Mysterio’s anniversary. This move was intended to stir things up and see how people would react.
However, Ripley was told that she couldn’t use the ‘Papi’ nickname. That’s when Priest stepped in and suggested ‘Mami’ instead. Ripley embraced the new nickname and found it to be comfortable for her character. She described herself as a child version of herself when she goes out to perform, having fun and making fun of people.
This revelation from Ripley shows the creative process behind wrestling personas and how wrestlers often collaborate to develop their characters. It also highlights the importance of having fun and enjoying the performance aspect of professional wrestling.
In conclusion, R-Truth’s tweet suggests that he is now a member of The Judgment Day, despite the doubts of some fans. Meanwhile, Rhea Ripley’s explanation of her ‘Mami’ nickname sheds light on the creative process and the fun that wrestlers have in developing their characters. Wrestling fans can continue to enjoy the entertainment and excitement that these storylines bring to the WWE.