Ted DiBiase is a former WWE wrestler, who was inducted into their hall of fame in 2010.
Known as "The Million Dollar Man," DiBiase was regarded as one of the greatest villains in pro wrestling history.
In his 25 year career in the wrestling industry, Ted wrestled in some of the biggest venues in the world: Madison Square Garden, The Superdome, The Skydive, The Tokyo Dome and Wembley Stadium.
Today, Ted is a full-time evangelist and motivational speaker. Officially ordained into the ministry, he speaks to churches, youth groups, men's meetings, businesses and in public schools and universities all over the world. Ted is also a spokesman for THE SUNSHINE FOUNDATION, an organization that grants wishes to terminally ill and handicapped children
Ted is married to his wife Melanie and has three sons, Michael, Ted Jr, and Brett.
On November 7, Ted is releasing a documentary on his life, "THE PRICE OF FAME." It is available in theaters one night on November 7th. For more details, check out ThePriceofFame.com.
On this episode of the podcast, Ted shares his incredible journey to the WWE, living the lavish life of a celebrity, almost losing his wife and family, how he turned from selfish to selfless, and why he decided to share his flaws and sins to the world in a new documentary.
You can follow Ted on his twitter page @MDMTedDiBiase.
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