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Ted DiBiase, Jr.
A dark haired young man wearing dark sunglasses poses for cameras with his arms outstretched. He is wearing a red t-shirt, with a pattern on both shoulders and the top part of the chest, and jeans.
Ring name(s) Ted DiBiase
Ted DiBiase Jr.[1]
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)[2]
Weight 210 lb (95 kg)[2]
Billed height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)[3]
Billed weight 235 lb (107 kg)[3]
Born November 8, 1982 (1982-11-08) (age 27)[2]
Baton Rouge, Louisiana[4]
Resides Tampa, Florida[2]
Billed from West Palm Beach, Florida[3]
Trained by Chris Youngblood[5]
Harley Race's Wrestling Academy[6]
Debut July 8, 2006[7]

Theodore Marvin "Ted" DiBiase, Jr.[1][2] (born November 8, 1982)[2] is an American professional wrestler and actor signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), where he appears on its Raw brand.[3] He is a former two time World Tag Team Champion with his tag team partner, Cody Rhodes.

After being trained by Chris Youngblood and undergoing further training at Harley Race's Wrestling Academy, DiBiase made his professional wrestling debut on July 8, 2006. He won the Fusion Pro Tag Team Championship with his half brother, Mike DiBiase, in February 2007, and also toured Japan briefly with Pro Wrestling Noah. He signed a developmental contract with WWE in July 2007, and was assigned to their developmental facility, Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). He joined the Next Generation Hart Foundation faction for a short time, before winning the FCW Southern Heavyweight Championship in December 2007. Due to injury, he relinquished the championship in January 2008.

He made his WWE television debut on May 26, 2008, and in his first match as a member of the Raw roster, he won the World Tag Team Championship with Cody Rhodes. They dropped the championship in August, before winning it again a week later. Rhodes and DiBiase were joined by Manu shortly afterwards, forming a faction of multi-generation wrestlers, although shortly afterwards DiBiase was taken off television to film a movie. Upon his return, he formed The Legacy faction alongside Rhodes and Randy Orton.

Aside from professional wrestling, DiBiase is also an actor, making his film debut in The Marine 2, a direct-to-DVD movie that was released on December 29, 2009.

Contents

Professional wrestling career

Training and early career

Both DiBiase and his older brother Mike DiBiase, received professional wrestling training from Chris Youngblood in Amarillo, Texas, before going to train at Harley Race's Wrestling Academy.[5][8] The DiBiase brothers made their professional wrestling debut on July 8, 2006 for World League Wrestling (WLW), the promotion run by Harley Race in Eldon, Missouri in conjunction with the Wrestling Academy.[7] On February 17, 2007, they won the Fusion Pro Tag Team Championship by defeating Raheem Rashaad and Juntsi.[1][9] In early 2007, DiBiase also wrestled on tours in Japan for Pro Wrestling Noah, where he competed against wrestlers including the former GHC Junior Heavyweight Champion, KENTA.[1][9]

In July 2007, DiBiase signed a development deal with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and debuted in their training territory Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW).[1][9] He made his FCW debut on August 4 in a tag team match, in which he and Jake Hager defeated Keith Walker and Heath Miller.[10] In October, DiBiase became a member of the Next Generation Hart Foundation faction alongside Harry Smith, TJ Wilson, Nattie Neidhart, and Teddy Hart.[1][9] He quickly separated from the group, however, and gained Maryse as a valet.[11][12] On December 18, 2007, DiBiase defeated TJ Wilson to win the FCW Southern Heavyweight Championship in New Port Richey, Florida.[9][13] DiBiase, however, was unable to defend it due to an injury sustained, so he awarded the championship to his partner Heath Miller on January 19, 2008.[13] As of March 2008, DiBiase had suffered from a multitude of injuries including sciatica, a fractured left knee, separated ribs, broken finger, and bone spurs in his elbow.[14] Due to these injuries, DiBiase competed sporadically in FCW for the next few months, competing in both tag team and singles competition.[15][16]

World Wrestling Entertainment (2008–present)

Three dark-haired men stand side-by-side in a wrestling ring with red ropes. The man in the center has tattoos on both his arms which are being raised in the air by the two men on either side of him. All three are wearing black wrestling tights.
DiBiase (right) as a member of The Legacy with Orton (center) and Rhodes (left)

DiBiase made his WWE television debut as a villain on May 26, 2008, where he cut a promo about his intent to become a champion like his father, Ted DiBiase, challenging the World Tag Team Champions, Cody Rhodes and Hardcore Holly.[17] At the Night of Champions pay-per-view, DiBiase won the World Tag Team Championship in his first match in WWE, after Rhodes betrayed Holly, revealing himself to be DiBiase's partner.[18][19] After holding the title for just over a month, they dropped them to John Cena and Batista on the August 4 episode of Raw.[20] The following week, DiBiase and Rhodes used their rematch clause to regain the title.[21][22]

DiBiase and Rhodes were soon joined by Manu, forming a stable of multi-generation superstars. On the October 27, 2008 episode of Raw, DiBiase and Rhodes lost their title to CM Punk and Kofi Kingston.[23] It was during this time that Randy Orton became linked to Rhodes, DiBiase, and Manu on television, criticizing them in a mentor-type role.[9] On the November 3 episode of Raw, DiBiase was attacked by Orton, after he interfered in Orton's match.[9] This storyline attack was to allow DiBiase to be written out of WWE storylines, so he could film the Direct-to-video movie, The Marine 2.[9][24][25]

On the January 12, 2009 episode of Raw, DiBiase returned to aid Manu and Sim Snuka in attacking Cody Rhodes and Randy Orton.[26] Instead, however, DiBiase turned on them and helped Rhodes and Orton assault Manu and Snuka, thus joining The Legacy faction.[26] As part of The Legacy, DiBiase entered the Royal Rumble match in order to help Orton win, and lasted until the final four, before being eliminated by Triple H.[27] Rhodes and DiBiase became involved in Orton's scripted rivalry with the McMahon family, helping him to attack Shane and Stephanie McMahon, and Stephanie's real-life husband, Triple H.[28][29] DiBiase was also elevated to main event status as a result of joining The Legacy, competing in handicap and six-man tag team matches, as well as the occasional singles match against Orton's opponents and rivals.[30][31][32] On April 26, at the Backlash pay-per-view, DiBiase, Rhodes, and Orton defeated Triple H, Batista, and Shane McMahon in a six-man tag team match, which, per the pre-match stipulation, resulted in Orton winning the WWE Championship.[33] During WWE's tour of Australia in early July, DiBiase suffered an arm injury, but did not miss any time because of it.[34] Throughout mid-2009, DiBiase and Rhodes continued to compete against and attack Orton's rivals, particularly Triple H, preventing him from earning a match for Orton's championship.[35][36] As a result, Triple H reformed D-Generation X (DX) with Shawn Michaels and they defeated DiBiase and Rhodes at SummerSlam.[37] DiBiase and Rhodes later defeated DX in a submissions count anywhere match at the Breaking Point pay-per-view, before losing to DX in a Hell in a Cell match at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view in October.[38][39]

Tension between the members of The Legacy began building in 2010, when Orton attacked DiBiase and Rhodes for accidentally costing him a chance to win the WWE Championship at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view.[40] In February 2010, DiBiase defeated Mark Henry in an Elimination Chamber qualifying match, earning a chance to win the WWE Championship.[41] At the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, he eliminated Orton from the Elimination Chamber match, but was eliminated by Kofi Kingston soon after.[42] On the February 22 episode of Raw, Orton turned on The Legacy, believing they had a plan to turn on him, and in retaliation, they attacked Orton the following week.[43][44]

Other media

In late 2008, DiBiase began filming the movie The Marine 2, in which he plays the main character, Joe Linwood.[25][45] The Marine 2 is a direct-to-DVD-and-Blu-ray project, and was released on December 29, 2009.[46][47] The film was DiBiase's first acting experience, and he spent six weeks in Thailand for filming.[48][49] For the movie, DiBiase performed all his own stunts, which resulted in him separating the cartilage between two of his ribs during a fight scene.[48][50]

On August 26, 2009, DiBiase appeared on the late-night talkshow The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien along with Cody Rhodes, The Great Khali, and The Big Show.[51]

Personal life

DiBiase is a third generation professional wrestler. His step-grandfather "Iron" Mike DiBiase, grandmother Helen Hild, and father "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase have been professional wrestlers.[8][14] Both DiBiase's elder half brother, Mike, and his younger full brother, Brett, are professional wrestlers.[5][14] DiBiase married his high school sweetheart Kristen Tynes, a nurse, on October 30, 2008.[52][53]

DiBiase was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and was raised in Clinton, Mississippi.[4] He knew fellow professional wrestler Christie Ricci as a child, as they attended a sunday school class together.[54] He graduated from Clinton High School in 2001.[55] At Clinton, DiBiase was the football team's starting quarterback. He enrolled at Mississippi College in Clinton and was a starting wide receiver for Mississippi College's football team before leaving the squad following his freshman season. He also played soccer in college, and received awards in both sports.[6] He graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Business Administration.[6] During his time in college, DiBiase considered becoming a minister.[14]

On February 15, 2008, DiBiase was arrested for DUI in Hillsborough County, Florida, after his Cadillac sport utility vehicle crashed into another vehicle.[2][56] No one was seriously injured in the crash, but DiBiase failed a field sobriety test, and when breathalysed, was found to have a blood alcohol level of 0.137–0.138.[56] He was released later that day on a US$500 bond.[2]

In wrestling

A dark-haired young man in a wrestling ring with black ropes. He is wearing black wrestling tights, with the name DiBiase written on them in red letters, and red kneepads with black wrestling boots. A referee wearing a blue shirt with thin black vertical stripes is in the corner.
DiBiase wrestling at a Florida Championship Wrestling show.

Championships and accomplishments

Two dark-haired men are both wearing black wrestling tights. One wears knee-high blue wrestling boots with blue knee-pads and a black elbow pad on his right arm, and the other wears black knee-high wrestling boots with black knee-pads, and white tape around his wrists. The two are wearing professional wrestling championship belts around their waists.
DiBiase (right) and Cody Rhodes (left) as World Tag Team Champions.


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