Ted Dibiase Jr. Talks Leaving WWE And If He'd Return, His New Documentary, Part Timers At 'Mania

Wrestling INC: Starting this documentary, has it changed your opinion on things from his career. Now looking back on it with his insight, does it change any of the stuff that he did back in the day?

Dibiase: Honestly, I respect my dad even more than I did and I didn't think that would be possible. A lot of that is due to my own personal experience being able to be on the road and experience that life myself and then understanding what he came from. Coming from absolutely nothing, not having his father there because his father died at age 15. His mother became an alcoholic and she died later. He had nobody. My dad didn't have a lot of friends. He had wrestling. That was his life. And to see how he turned out and the man he become even through all those trials, he made the right choice. He chose his family in the end.

Talking to George "The Animal" Steele and talking to Harley about it even more in depth, these guys are some tough guys. I knew my dad was tough, but I realized he's a giant teddy bear but I tell you what, he's a man's man. He's worked every single day of his life. That's why I have a personal vendetta just to make this story who he really is, what he really went through and I just want to do it justice. And I think a lot of people are really going to be inspired, encouraged, and really enjoy what they see.

Click here for part one of the interview, where Dibiase discussed his time with WWE, if he was pushed too quickly, his legendary father, Daniel Bryan's success and more.

You can follow Diabiase on Twitter @TedDiBiase. Also, you can help support The Price of Fame, which features both Ted Dibiase Jr. and Sr., on Kickstarter by clicking here. The film takes a look at Ted DiBiase Jr.'s journey to learn his father's road to redemption, while spotlighting Ted Dibiase Sr.'s life and wrestling career. The goal is to raise $30,000 by April 25th to fund the project.

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