A WWE Hall of Famer has commented on Vince McMahon’s retirement.
On July 22, the wrestling world was shocked when Vince McMahon announced his decision to retire at the age of 77.
“Million Dollar Man” Ted Dibiase was one of WWE’s top heels of the 1980s and a performer who spent plenty of time working for McMahon.
During an interview with Sportskeeda’s Bill Apter, Dibiase recalled his time with the WWE patriarch and how he came up with the Hall of Famer’s iconic character.
“Thank you. Thank you for the biggest break in my life. I’ve never known a man more dedicated to what he does, and passionate about what he does, than watching you. You are a man driven. I’ve heard you say it, He said, ‘I just absolutely love what I do and what he loves to do, I mean, he took wrestling to a plateau that I don’t think anybody ever could have. So thank you Vince, very, very much.”
Following McMahon’s departure, WWE named Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan as Co-CEOs. Also, Triple H was named EVP of Talent Relations and assumed all creative duties for the company’s main roster.
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