How much is Ted DiBiase worth?

Net Worth:$1 Million
Profession:Professional Wrestler
Date of Birth:January 18, 1954
Country:United States of America
Height:
1.9 m

Who Is Ted DiBiase

Ted DiBiase is an American former professional wrestler, manager, ordained minister, who has a net worth of $1 million dollars in 2020.

The following is a timeline for the Mid-South Wrestling, UWF, WCW, and WWE career of the “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBia. Here you can find every PPV match and title change he has been in, not counting battle royals in which he was not present in the ending. All bolded items are title victories; all italicized items are title losses.

1979
March – arrived in the WWE as the North American Heavyweight Champion
6/19 – lost the title to Pat Patterson

1980
2/1 – beat Mike George to win the Mid-South North American Heavyweight title
9/19 – lost the Mid-South North American Title to The Grappler

1981
11/1 – beat Paul Orndorff to win the Mid-South North American Heavyweight title

1982
3/17 – lost the Mid-South North American Title to Bob Roop
6/23 – beat Junkyard Dog to win the Mid-South North American Heavyweight title
10/27 – w/Matt Borne beat Mr. Olympia & Junkyard Dog to win the Mid-South Tag Team titles
11/25 – lost the Mid-South North American Title to Stagger Lee (Junkyard Dog)

1983
3/12 – w/Matt Borne lost the Mid-South Tag Team titles to Mr. Wrestling II and Tiger Conway Jr.
4/13 – w/Mr. Olympia beat Tiger Conway Jr. & Mr. Wrestling II to win the Mid-South Tag Team titles
7/24 – w/Mr. Olympia lost the Mid-South Tag Team titles to Magnum T.A. & Jim Duggan

1984
12/3 – w/Hercules Hernandez beat Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson to win the Mid-South Tag Team titles
12/25 – w/Hercules Hernandez lost the Mid-South Tag Team titles to Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson

1985
1/16 – beat Brad Armstrong to win the Mid-South North American Heavyweight title
3/13 – lost the Mid-South North American Title to Terry Taylor
5/3 – w/Steve Williams beat Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson to win the Mid-South Tag Team titles
8/28 – Wendell Cooley and Al Perez beat Steve Williams and Bob Sweetan (subbing for DiBiase) to win the titles
12/26 – w/Steve Williams beat Dick Murdoch & Eddie Gilbert to win the Mid-South Tag Team titles

1986
3/16 – lost the UWF Tag Team Championship (title was renamed a few months earlier) to the Sheepherders

1988
2/5 The Main Event 1 – Andre the Giant beat Hulk Hogan to win the WWE Championship. Andre then sold the title to Ted Dibiase. The sale was later deemed void by WWE President Jack Tunney who declared the title vacant.
3/12 Saturday Night’s Main Event # 15 – beat Randy Savage by count out
3/27 Wrestlemania IV – WWE Title Tournament Round 1: beat Jim Duggan
3/27 Wrestlemania IV – WWE Title Tournament Quarterfinals: beat Don Muraco
3/27 Wrestlemania IV – WWE Title Tournament Semifinals: received a bye into the finals
3/27 Wrestlemania IV – WWF Title Tournament Final: lost to Randy Savage
4/30 SNME # 16 – beat Don Muraco
8/29 SummerSlam – Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage beat Andre the Giant & Ted DiBiase with Jesse Ventura as referee
11/24 Survivor Series – WWE Champ Randy Savage, Hulk Hogan, Koko B. Ware, Hillbilly Jim & Hercules Hernandez beat Haku, Ted DiBiase, Akeem, Terry Taylor, & Big Bossman

1989
1/15 Royal Rumble – Big John Studd won the Royal Rumble match last eliminating Ted DiBiase
2/3 The Main Event 2 – beat Hercules
3/11 SNME # 20 – beat The Blue Blazer. This match featured the in-ring debut of the Million Dollar Belt he created for himself.
4/2 Wrestlemania V – Brutus Beefcake battled to a double-count out against Brutus Beefcake
8/2 SummerSlam – beat Jimmy Snuka via count out
10/14 SNME # 23 – lost to WWE Champion Hulk Hogan
11/23 Survivor Series – WWE Champ Hulk Hogan, Tag Team Champs Demolition, & Jake Roberts beat Ted DiBiase, Zeus, & The Powers of Pain

1990
4/1 WrestleMania VI – regained his “Million Dollar Belt” from Jake Roberts by count out
11/22 Survivor Series – Undertaker, Ted DiBiase, Honky Tonk Man & Greg Valentine beat Dusty Rhodes, Tag Team Champs The Hart Foundation, & Koko B. Ware

1991
1/19 Royal Rumble – w/Virgil beat Dusty & Dustin Rhodes
3/24 WrestleMania VII – lost to Virgil by count out
4/27 SNME # 29 – fought to a double count out against Bret Hart
8/26 SummerSlam – lost the Million Dollar Belt to Virgil
11/11 – regained the Million Dollar Belt from Virgil
11/27 Survivor Series – Ric Flair, The Mountie, Ted DiBiase & The Warlord beat Intercontinental Champ Bret Hart, Roddy Piper, Virgil, & Davey Boy Smith
12/3 Tuesday in Texas – w/Repo Man beat Virgil & Tito Santana

1992
2/7 – w/Irwin R. Schyster (Money Inc.) won the WWF Tag Team Championship from the Legion of Doom. Ted stopped coming to the ring with the Million Dollar Belt once he won the tag team titles.
4/5 WrestleMania VIII – Money Inc. lost to The Natural Disasters
7/20 – Money Inc. lost the tag team championship to the Natural Disasters
8/29 SummerSlam – Money Inc. lost to the Legion of Doom
10/13 – Money Inc. regained the tag team championship from the Natural Disasters
11/14 SNME # 31 – Money Inc. lost to Randy Savage & The Ultimate Warrior by count out
11/25 Survivor Series – The Nasty Boys & Natural Disasters beat Tag Team Champs Money Inc. & The Beverly Brothers

1993
4/4 WrestleMania IX – Money Inc. beat Brutus Beefcake & Hulk Hogan by DQ
6/13 King of the Ring – The Smokin’ Gunns & Steiner Brothers beat Ted Dibiase & IRS & The Headshrinkers
6/14 – Money Inc. lost the tag team championship to the Steiner Brothers
6/16 – Money Inc. regained the tag team championship from the Steiners
6/19 – Money Inc. lost the tag team championship to the Steiner Brothers
8/30 SummerSlam 93 – lost to Razor Ramon

1994 – 1996
After retirement, he became a manager of the Million Dollar Corporation. He was forced to leave the WWE when Steve Austin lost a match to Savio Vega.

1996 – 1997
He entered WCW as the financier of the new World order and was nicknamed Trillionaire Ted. In 1997, he turned into a good guy and left the company shortly afterwards.

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