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WWE Hall Of Famer Reveals He Has Severe Brain Trauma

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WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase is best 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 go to WCW a few months later.

During an episode of his new weekly ‘Everybody’s Got A Pod’ podcast, The Million Dollar Man revealed that he is living with severe brain trauma, originating from his pro wrestling career.

Here’s what Ted Sr. had to say:

“I don’t have Alzheimer’s and I don’t have dementia. But they said ‘Ted, you have something, we just simply call it severe brain trauma’.

I only wrestled maybe almost 20 years, so I’m not surprised I might have a little brain trauma.

What it affects is my memory, and they say it’d be easier for me to remember something I did 40 or 50 years ago, but the short-term memory, some of the stuff like now, it’s bits and pieces.”

His son, former WWE Superstar Ted DiBiase Jr., was recently charged with stealing millions of dollars, that was state money intended for low-income people and families in need (tap here to read more).

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