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Ted Dibiase Jr. Doesn’t Resign With the WWE

Below, Ted Dibiase Jr announces that he did not re-sign a contract renewal for WWE. Dibiase said that the decision was personal, and that he wanted to pursue being a father and other opportunities.

Dibiase mentions in the video that he has had “amazing life experiences” with company, and notes that he will miss the company and the fans. He stated that this is not necessarily permanent, but that this was something he needed to do right now.

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  • Mrs. Ambrose

    It’s not surprise that he did not resign but he was not in a match in a while but best of luck to him

  • Bite Me You Loser

    They misused a potential star in Dibiase. Not surprised in his call to step back and refocus on priorites. Best of luck Ted!

  • Juanita N Jerome Cregg

    That’s wutsup atleast he ain’t trying 2 hold on to something that ain’t happening get your money and life right Then maybe make a come back. best luck to him.

  • Macho Man

    Long overdue! I’m surprised he was even offered a deal to re-sign! In a business that having charisma is as important or even a little bit more important than actually being able to sell your wrestling ability he has very little charisma. Not even close to his father’s charisma.

    • Mrs. Ambrose

      Because wwe never let him get that far to show that he had Charisma

      • Macho Man

        Charisma comes natural for those who have it. It’s not something WWE can manufacture for you! This is the same problem Curtis Axel has, famous pro wrestling father with lots of charisma and Mr.Axel seems to of not inherited any of it! Pro wrestling fans expect more out of guys who’s fathers were mainstays in the business like Mr. Perfect and The Millon Dollar Man. Randy Orton is the opposie of Axel and Dibiase, he has even more charisma than his dad Cowboy Bob Orton did.

        • Bite Me You Loser

          It took Daniel Bryan some time to find his voice too. Charisma can be built when given enough time.

          • http://www.facebook.com/Danny.Rocks.Mountain.Tops Daniel Vollmer

            actually Bryan always had it, just that the WWE kept him away from the mic on purpose….because they didn’t want the fans to know that he’s been around awhile…NXT was supposed to be all rookies being developed by them, not a guy like him that developed himself..he always had the charisma.

          • stevewiser

            Exactly. Daniel Bryan has always been charismatic, he was held back.

          • Macho Man

            Daniel Bryan actually in my opinion just found a goofy chant (Yes/ No) that people took hook, line and sinker. He’s a GREAT in ring performer but I don’t think he overly charismatic. He is getting better but it’s nowhere near natural for him like the Hogan’s,Savage’s, Flair’s, Austin’s,Cena’s, Punk’s, Rock’s, and those type guys. However people seem to love that chant of Yes/No so that might carry on the rest of his career like Stone Colds WHAT chant has still carried on even since he’s been gone.

          • stevewiser

            It took time for you to notice he had a voice, D Bry always had it and anybody who paid attention already knew he had it. Either way there was less than a year between Bryan’s return and his first world title run so that pretty much contradicts your whole ‘charisma needs time blah blah blah’

          • Bite Me You Loser

            Bryan ‘s NXT promos were terrible.

          • stevewiser

            Oh hey here’s some guy posting his opinion as if it were an objective fact! Yay! I loved the two promos I remember seeing in NXT, the debut one where he bashed The Miz and coined ‘you either tap or you snap’ and the one where he said he was going to go by Bryan Danielson were both excellent. Give me one example of a better promo on that season of NXT. If he did give any sh¡tty promos it was because of the way the show was structured. They used to march alltthe guys out to the ring and give them some random topic like ice cream or twitter to do a promo on, in that situation nobody is going to give a good promo and from what I can remember he’s the only guy who did. Remember when he would shoot on Michael Cole??? He said Cole was a poor man’s JR. That was killer stuff

            But alright for a second I’ll pretend his NXT promos sucked, what about his career before that? I’ve seen dozens of quality promos from DBdry throughout the years that were at least as good as the ones he’s been doing this year. D Bry has always had the charisma and anybody who paid attention already knew that.

      • stevewiser

        Lol what????? The guy was on TV non stop during the legacy angle and had a decent singles run afterwards. They brought back the million dollar belt for Christ sake AND made him the star of one of their movies! How many more opportunities to show his charisma did he need??????

        • Mrs. Ambrose

          I felt like they did not really give him a chance

  • Aleksi Vuori

    I can’t blame DiBiase Jr. for not resigning with WWE. After legacy broke and he became single wrestler, WWE dropped the ball with him and flushed him down from the toilet. I wish best of luck to him and hope that if he continues to wrestle, that the next company would see his true potential and push it within him.

    • mrlaw

      Actually, Ted had been injured for several months.. Before then, he was not over with the fans.. I don’t believe Ted didn’t resign with them because of how they treated him.. He wants to be a father and do other things outside of the business. So don’t try and blame WWE..

      • Aleksi Vuori

        For not trying to use DiBiase right, when he wasn’t injured… I can blame the WWE. :)

  • YM5

    sad, I rarely got to see Ted but he is a friend and I always wanted to see him succeed because he has the ability he was just never given the oppurtunity. hope to see him back in Japan though

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aMVlNPjpbI The Devourer of Dimensions

    Another great potential talent that they f*cked over.

    • stevewiser

      Yes because giving somebody a starring role in their movie and then paying him an obscene amount of money for over half a decade to do next to nothing is totally fu€king them over…..in case you can’t tell I’m being sarcastic. I wish you could see how dumb some of the things you say are. Tell me where else Ted Dibiase could have gotten all the money and opportunities WWE gave him.

      Not knowing what to do with a boring, one dimensional character is not fu€king somebody over, it’s a circumstance of performing as a boring one dimensional character.

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aMVlNPjpbI The Devourer of Dimensions

        You seem to misunderstand, being given a Z-list movie role and a healthy paycheck (which anyone from the top to bottom will earn) does not mean they treated him right. They completely took a big crap on him after his feud with Cody Rhodes ended and left in the dust.

        • Mrs. Ambrose

          I get what you are saying because it seems like that they just had a lack of faith in him, to do anything special

        • stevewiser

          You’re stupid lol. Not much else to say. Again I ask you where else was he going to get those opportunities??? Do you know how many wrestlers would have killed for those opportunities??? Even if you disregard the movie role, the guy was in the main event storylines for months and then had a prominent singles run. They dropped him after the Cody feud because he never had. He was one dimensional and did nothing to stand out unless you call skipping to the ring like a school girl standing out.

          If anything they were probably too good to him because of who his father is.

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aMVlNPjpbI The Devourer of Dimensions

            Main event storylines as Randy’s lackey and then that one DX story, that’s it really. His ‘million dollar’ title run and the silly Goldust feud, that wasn’t worthy of Ted’s time. Ted only started picking up steam in his feud with Cody, then completely dropped the ball with him. It was hardly prominent, if you call barely midcard single’s career prominent. So don’t call someone stupid, because they saw that they in fact lost all their taste for a talent and didn’t do anything with them afterwards.

          • stevewiser

            Wow you’re stupid lol. I wish I could just block you, please don’t respond to me anymore.

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aMVlNPjpbI The Devourer of Dimensions

            Ok.

  • stevewiser

    Honestly he’s just another underwear model looking guy without any charisma. WWE is better off without him and he might be better served going back to Japan where he won’t need to speak and he can rely on his heritage and impressive athletics. In WWE he really he is just a dime a dozen.

  • tt2000

    Goddamn it! It’s RE-SIGN not resign!

    As for the news, Ted DiBiase came off better in this video than he did in his entire WWE run.

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