I haven’t seen him around. A lot of stories take place in WWE every single year and some of them are a lot better than others. Just because something isn’t good doesn’t mean it is forgettable though as you can find a story that is rather out there and memorable, maybe for some bad reasons. One such story from several years ago has not been mentioned in a long time, but someone involved is changing that.
Back in 2011, as John Cena put it, R-Truth lost his mind. R-Truth started to act a little bit out there, which is saying a lot given R-Truth’s usual standards. He became rather paranoid and blamed a lot of his troubles on someone named Little Jimmy, which began as a collective name for the fans but ultimately became one person. That person happened to be invisible, meaning no one seemed to notice when he left. R-Truth has kept in touch with him though and has an update on his status.
R-Truth was a guest on this week’s edition of the Bump and revealed that Little Jimmy has been arrested and is currently being held in a juvenile camp. While R-Truth did not reveal why Little Jimmy was arrested, it involved being around the wrong people and falling to peer pressure. R-Truth also mentioned that he is collecting money for Little Jimmy’s legal expenses in an effort to get him back on the right path.
There is always a lot here. Check out this week’s edition of the Bump and some of Little Jimmy’s antics (R-Truth’s appearance begins at about 55:00):
Opinion: Sure why not. R-Truth’s antics back in 2011 and beyond were some of the most entertaining things that I have ever seen in WWE and the looks on his face are still some of the best things that took place in that era. He does so well with being completely out of his mind and it worked so well for him, with the Little Jimmy rants being some of the high points. If nothing else, points for coming up with an actual answer, especially if that was on the fly.
What did you think of the Little Jimmy idea? Will he ever return? Let us know in the comments below.
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