WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase is certainly one of the most popular and hated heels during the late 80s and early 90s. DiBiase’s character work continues to be iconic and is the blueprint for many pro wrestlers even now. Now it appears that DiBiase revealed what he truly detests about modern-day WWE.
The Million Dollar Man excelled in his heel work and made sure to become one of the most memorable villains during his time in pro wrestling. He had numerous iconic feuds throughout his career.
The world of professional wrestling is an ever-changing landscape as nothing stays the same forever. While there are many improvements in WWE nowadays, one of the biggest criticism of the current product is the lack of improvised segments.
While speaking on Everybody’s Got Pod, the WWE Hall Of Famer talked about what he detests about modern-day WWE. DiBiase stated that he can’t stand scripted interviews nowadays. DiBiase also noted how he turned down doing scripted segments during his NXT program with Cameron Grimes and LA Knight.
“They do these scripted interviews nowadays and I can’t stand it!
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 also revealed the actual value of his Million Dollar Championship recently as well. We will have to wait and see whether DiBiase will return to WWE television eventually.
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