WWE 24: R-Truth to air after Super ShowDown on February 27

The next WWE 24 episode on the WWE Network will feature the incredible life story of R-Truth, one of the most popular WWE Superstars in front and behind cameras.

This episode, the second one of 2020 following the WWE 24: WrestleMania New York episode which aired after the Rumble, will be airing on Thursday, February 27 immediately following the conclusion of Super ShowDown from Saudi Arabia. The preview for WWE 24: R-Truth states, “Though the endlessly charismatic Truth is perhaps best known for providing some of the most riotously funny laugh-out-loud moments in WWE history, his path to Superstardom, as detailed in WWE 24, reveals the story of a man who had to overcome severe hardships to get where he is today. From humble beginnings and a stint behind bars, to discovering his passion for music and sports-entertainment and realizing his ability to inspire others, Truth’s life story – the good and the bad, the ugly and the beautiful – is laid out for the WWE Universe to see.”

Speaking of the WWE Network, The Big Show will be the next guest on Stone Cold’s Broken Skull Sessions. This one hour broadcast will air on Sunday, February 23 at 8PM ET. Show is the fourth guest on Austin’s series with the WWE Hall of Famer previously welcoming The Undertaker, Goldberg, and Kane.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


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