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“Look what I’m making and you’re not” – 2 nWo Legends To The WCW Locker Room

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During a recent episode of his weekly ‘Everybody’s Got a Pod’ podcast, WWE Hall of Famer ‘The Million Dollar Man’ Ted DiBiase spoke about his time in WCW, where he used to be the manager of the nWo in 1996.

As such Ted talked about his nWo co-members, “The Outsiders” Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, and how they used to stir the pot backstage by rubbing it in everyone else’s face, that they were earning so much more money than them.

Here’s what DiBiase had to say:

“Well, I guess it wasn’t obvious to everybody, but yeah I knew about it, and it’s kind of like anybody that comes along. And again, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall are relatively newcomers in WCW and they’re looking to prove themselves and get the opportunity. And of course if you’re the guy at the top, there’s always somebody looking to knock you off the top.

And so I guess politically at that time, Hogan had been Hulk Hogan for the WWF forever and was the featured guy when Vince McMahon went national and global with his company, and yeah, it’s like everybody would want that spot. And of course, this is the time now where Hogan has left the WWF and gone over and I guess, yeah, I mean, Scott and Kevin are like, ‘Okay, when’s my opportunity?’.”

He then explained how Hall & Nash acted backstage:

“Oh, yeah. Like waving it in front of you, like ‘Look what I’m making and you’re not’. But for me though personally, by this time, I didn’t have to worry about that anymore because I was a manager. I’m in a managing role and so no, I wasn’t going to let that bother me.”

Ted DiBiase is mostly remembered for his time in Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Federation, where he became known as the evil ‘Million Dollar Man’.

He wrestled for them from May 1987 until August 1993 and retired from the sport of professional wrestling soon thereafter, but returned to the WWF in January 1994 and worked as an on-screen manager, who even had his own stable ‘The Million Dollar Corporation’ until he left the promotion in May 1996 to join Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling a few months later.

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