One former WWE talent is considering a comeback
That star is Ted DiBiase Jr., who made his professional wrestling debut in 2006. He signed a developmental contract with WWE in July 2007, and was placed in FCW. During his time with the the brand, he won the FCW Southern Heavyweight Championship in December 2007.
Moving along to this main roster debut, which took place on May 26, 2008, and quickly formed a tag team with Cody Rhodes where they went on to win the World Tag Team Championship twice before forming The Legacy faction alongside former WWE Champion Randy Orton.
The group didn’t last long and eventually he moved into a singles role on WWE television. During that time he the Million Dollar Championship from his father Ted DiBiase. Fast forward, DiBiase left WWE in 2013 due to family commitments and other business pursuits. This is when his wrestling career ended.
His father, WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase Sr., tweeted out this video of his son promoting his new "Price of Fame" documentary on iTunes.
This leads us to the interesting part. In the video, DiBiase Jr. teased that he has some unfinished business with his legacy and noted that never say never about a potential return.
He also stated that there is a chance that he could make his WWE comeback in the future. He ended it by asking fans if they want to see him back in the squared circle.
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The Vicksburg Post had an article DiBiase, Jr back in 2015 where he was talking about working with the Warrior Bonfire Project to help heal wounded veterans. During the interview, DiBiase commented on leaving WWE in 2013. Here is what he had to say:
"There was a time in my career that I forgot what got me there, and I lost sight of my priorities, and my priorities shifted. All of a sudden I couldn't make enough money, I couldn't become famous enough, and I wanted more. I woke up one day and I hated the person I saw, because I had this moment staring in the mirror where I hated that guy. The Lord led me to 1 John 2:15 which says 'Do not love the world or anything in the world for if you do, the love of the Father is not in you.'"
"I left WWE without real security, and know that I serve a big God. It's been the hardest, most trying, most amazing year or so of my life. I've grown as a man, as a father and as a husband."
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