On an episode of his new weekly ‘Everybody’s Got a Pod’ podcast, WWF Legend “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase revealed what he can not stand about the current era of professional wrestling.
Here’s what the 2010 WWE Hall of Famer had to say:
“They do these scripted interviews nowadays and I can’t stand it!
(Back in my day) I said ‘Look, I’m going to look this over, and I’m going to say what the message is here, but it’s not going to be word-for-word what you’ve written’.
It’s gotta be me. The more me it is, the more real it is to the people.”
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.
However, he 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 WCW a few months later.
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