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    Posted: 03/October/2009 at 21:25

Quote In an interview with The Sun, Ted DiBiase says he would like to headline a future WrestleMania against Randy Orton. However, DiBiase said he "couldn't predict the future" on whether his dream come true. The two third generation grapplers had a match back in July when "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase hosted an episode of Raw and booked his son in a match against Orton. DiBiase hinted he wouldn't mind facing Orton again. "When Randy and I had the match, that was a really good reaction. I think people wanted to see Randy get his butt whipped," DiBiase said. "Headlining a WrestleMania with Randy Orton would not a bad deal. Whether we love or hate each other, are with each other or against each other, that would be a dream come true."

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sport/wrestling/2665898/Exclusive-interview-with-Ted-DiBiase-Jr.html

* A very good interview and Ted comes across as mature, focused and highly driven.

* You can see how much his career means to him and how much he wants to be the top star in WWE one day.

* He loves his dad who will give him plenty of advice and listening to Double A won't hinder him.

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that match he had with Orton was great.  these two are going to have some great matches when they tangle. 
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* The extra pressure to succeed is no surprise because look who is father is.
 
* Good old Ted mentioning Harry Smith as a possible BRITISH champion Big smile
 
* Lots of respect for his main peers that he's worked with (HHH, HBK and Randy Orton).
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MariaS Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25/October/2009 at 19:24
my favorite thing about him and Cody is they always speak highly of Orton.  It would be nice if others would do that.  
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from pwtorch.com:

WWE wrestler Ted DiBiase, Jr. was on ESPN Radio in Los Angeles for nearly 30 minutes on Wednesday promoting "The Marine 2," talking WWE Raw guest hosts, and sharing WWE stories. It's a good interview worth listening to, as DiBiase shows personality talking a number of interesting WWE subjects. ESPN Radio link.

-- One of the more notable items was DiBiase addressing speculation he'll turn babyface or Legacy will split up. ESPN Radio co-host Mychal Thompson, a former Lakers NBA player, is an avid wrestling fan and brought up the question.

DiBiase coyly said he's not aware of plans to turn babyface: "I've heard that. Fans always ask me. Right now, we got a good thing. Legacy is hot."

-- One of the more interesting stories DiBiase shared was a story on Beth Phoenix reading for a part in a WWE movie and having to cry for the role. DiBiase said she was the most-impressive diva who read for a role and showed range compared to her "Glamazon character" on TV. His recollection of the story is interesting to listen to on the podcast.

-- DiBiase talked at-length about "The Marine 2" compared to the first Marine, which starred John Cena. "John only had to save his wife. I took it a step further," he said dryly. "I had to save an entire resort from terrorists."

DiBiase said Randy Orton was high on the movie after he watched it. He said Orton is the type of guy who would tell you "if something sucked." He added that Orton told him it was probably the only time he's been jealous of DiBiase because he wanted the role. "I wouldn't be surprised to see Orton in a movie," DiBiase said.

DiBiase also recommended WWE needs to branch out beyond just doing action movies. "WWE needs to branch out and do more than just action. They do have some very talented individuals," he said. "I'd love to do a drama or some romantic comedies."

-- DiBiase was asked about the future of WWE if Vince McMahon were to ever step down after Shane McMahon left. (DiBiase didn't address Shane's departure.)
 
"Triple H is married to Stephanie. It's just like any marriage. You know who runs the show, it's Stephanie," DiBiase said with a chuckle. "But, Hunter's great, man. If Vince were to ever decide to step down, those two are like a power team."



no surprise on that comment about Orton. 
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* I hope he's right and that being an heel doesn't put the marks off buying the movie.
 
* People should buy it on merit but sadly so many people won't do.
 
* Nice bit about him maybe ending up released like the star of the last straight to DVD found himself to be LOL
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Originally posted by MariaS MariaS wrote:

from pwtorch.com:

WWE wrestler Ted DiBiase, Jr. was on ESPN Radio in Los Angeles for nearly 30 minutes on Wednesday promoting "The Marine 2," talking WWE Raw guest hosts, and sharing WWE stories. It's a good interview worth listening to, as DiBiase shows personality talking a number of interesting WWE subjects. ESPN Radio link.

-- One of the more notable items was DiBiase addressing speculation he'll turn babyface or Legacy will split up. ESPN Radio co-host Mychal Thompson, a former Lakers NBA player, is an avid wrestling fan and brought up the question.

DiBiase coyly said he's not aware of plans to turn babyface: "I've heard that. Fans always ask me. Right now, we got a good thing. Legacy is hot."

-- One of the more interesting stories DiBiase shared was a story on Beth Phoenix reading for a part in a WWE movie and having to cry for the role. DiBiase said she was the most-impressive diva who read for a role and showed range compared to her "Glamazon character" on TV. His recollection of the story is interesting to listen to on the podcast.

-- DiBiase talked at-length about "The Marine 2" compared to the first Marine, which starred John Cena. "John only had to save his wife. I took it a step further," he said dryly. "I had to save an entire resort from terrorists."

DiBiase said Randy Orton was high on the movie after he watched it. He said Orton is the type of guy who would tell you "if something sucked." He added that Orton told him it was probably the only time he's been jealous of DiBiase because he wanted the role. "I wouldn't be surprised to see Orton in a movie," DiBiase said.

DiBiase also recommended WWE needs to branch out beyond just doing action movies. "WWE needs to branch out and do more than just action. They do have some very talented individuals," he said. "I'd love to do a drama or some romantic comedies."

-- DiBiase was asked about the future of WWE if Vince McMahon were to ever step down after Shane McMahon left. (DiBiase didn't address Shane's departure.)
 
"Triple H is married to Stephanie. It's just like any marriage. You know who runs the show, it's Stephanie," DiBiase said with a chuckle. "But, Hunter's great, man. If Vince were to ever decide to step down, those two are like a power team."



no surprise on that comment about Orton. 


I liked that interview. The Beth Phoenix audition bit really surprised me but I gotta agree with Ted when he says that it definitely contrasts with her Glamazon character. Honestly, I think Beth's obvious babyface turn might give us an idea of how truly multiversed she can truly be. She started as a babyface but because of her broken jaw, we never had the chance to see how she would fare. And it kinda stirrs up the debate on exactly what Vince wants first and foremost when he hires Divas; talented workers or talented entertainers. Obviously, we've seen that Mickie James and Trish Stratus were great at doing both, now let's see if Beth Phoenix will do the same.

It's nice to see that there seems to be some genuine friendship between Dibiase and Randy Orton. Orton's always been portrayed as a selfish jerk but he's made some serious efforts to mentor guys like Dibiase and Cody Rhodes, which is great in my book.
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Quote RAW Superstar Ted DiBiase spoke with Valley24.com this weekend to promote the WWE live event on January 23rd in Youngstown, Ohio. Here are some highlights:

How often are you on the road?

Oh my gosh. I think the correct answer is a minimum of 257 days a year and I believe it's actually really more than that. It's most of the time.

Are there any more films [for you] planned right now?

Nothing right now. So, so, so busy. We do a branch of WWE Studios and I think they just filmed several movies this year. Randy Orton and John Cena made movies, The Edge and Big Show - but none of those films were as good as my movie. [Laugh] Mine was far superior, especially to John Cena who filmed the first "Marine." Mine was far better. Make sure you get that in there. [Laugh.]

Is there any chance we could see your brother on NXT at some point? It's the right area, the right level. I thought maybe there's a chance we'd see your brother on there.

You know, there's a possibility. That's actually out of my control. It very well could happen. If you see him there, you'll see him on RAW or Smackdown but we'll definitely see him soon, eventually, I would predict.

He's a talented and he's dying to get up here. He's ready.

I do want to get into the industry as far as injuries. I just wonder how you keep up with injuries.

I have a personal trainer and the way he constructs my workouts are to help prevent injuries, but they do still happen. What we do is certainly well-known that it's entertainment, but it's not ballet. We always take the opportunity when we can to say, 'Kids, don't try this at home. We're trained professionals. We trained for a long time before we started doing this.'

But it happens. People get hurt. If it's bad enough, usually, if you need to have surgery, you're off. If it's something you can work through, you usually just grit your teeth, tape it up real tight and try to go 'cause the show must go on.

WWE does an excellent job especially in the area of head injuries, as far as concussions. I know I was actually slapped in the face one night and it knocked me out. I had a mild concussion and they would not let me wrestle for three weeks to a month. I did other things in the show, but they wouldn't let me perform in the ring. That's the thing, as a company, we take very serious now. We go through a lot of steps, a lot of tests and stuff and we have our doctors who are certified to handle us and make the call.

We're taken care of.

 
On paper Dibiase gives a good interview, just cant seem to cut a promo though....I wonder if he wasnt supposed to say it was more when asked about how long hes on the road...Sounds like he knows a bit more about his brother coming up then he is letting on, I know he was giving the answer he was supposed to about WWE and injuries but it does seem that everyone is taking concussions more seriously these days, which is a good thing, no sense getting brain damage if it can be avoided with rest and recoup.
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