Ted DiBiase Sr. sent out the following statement in response to comments recently made by Paul Roma: In response to Paul Roma, I told many people about the wrong things I did, I even wrote a book about it. That's something everybody knows. I also have been very vocal about a lot of the WWE
programming in the past. And, yes, when I went back to work for them, they were well aware of my objections to some of the programming. But what I realized as a Christian is this, if I'm genuinely going to make a difference in the world and try to impact others with what I've found in Christ, then I can't do it sitting in church praying about it. I have to be visible in the market place. I went back to the WWE to show them the difference in who I am now and to try to make a difference. You can't promote change standing on the sidelines. So I went back. The truth is, the WWE has changed incredibly since my wrestling days. The work schedule is not as demanding overall, and the compensation is much better. Also, a state of the art drug testing policy brings accountability into the business that wasn't there before. People getting into the WWE now, know that there is zero tolerance for steroid and drug abuse. If I hadn't seen the changes I would never have given my son my blessing to go into the business. The programming, by the way, is once again, totally PG rated. The truth is, I'm still very much sold out to Jesus Christ. I don't think Vince McMahon
is evil or the devil. I think he's a very shrewd business man. He's also the guy responsible for the unbelievable fan base that professional wrestling enjoys today on a world wide scale. Please tell Paul Roma that's he's got it wrong all the way around, including how much I'm paid for going back and making an appearance. And the Million Dollar Man, well, that would be my son in the not so distant future!! Ted DiBiase
Jerry Lawler is not doing well in the Memphis Mayoral race. Lawler is currently in 5th place, with 4% of the vote. The candidate in the top spot has 53%.
Men's Fitness Magazine is currently running excerpts of Hulk Hogan's upcoming autobiography. The excerpts discuss steroid use, thoughts of suicide and battling injuries throughout his career.