WWE Hall Of Famer Reveals He Suffers From ‘Severe Brain Trauma’

WWE Hall Of Famer Reveals He Suffers From ‘Severe Brain Trauma’ WWE

A WWE Hall of Famer has revealed that he is dealing with the impact of what his doctor told him was ‘severe brain trauma’.

The Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase recently spoke out about what he described as ‘severe brain trauma’.

On the ‘Everybody Has A Pod’ podcast, DiBiase said:

‘I don’t have Alzheimer’s and I don’t have dementia. But they said, ‘Ted, you have something — we just simply call it severe brain trauma.'”

Going on to elaborate further, DiBiase said:

‘I only wrestled maybe almost 20 years, so I’m not surprised I might have a little brain trauma.

‘What it affects is my memory, and they say it’d be easier for [me] to remember something [I] did 40 or 50 years ago, but the short-term memory — some of the stuff like now — it’s bits and pieces.’

While there are a variety of medical conditions that can cause chronic and degenerative conditions in the brain leading the short term memory loss, DiBiase continues to create content for wrestling fans.

In only the third episode of his new ‘Everybody has a Pod’ podcast, Ted DiBiase surely has plenty of intriguing stories left to tell from the time during his career.

DiBiase also recently revealed that the same musical brain behind a new theme song for AEW star Sammy Guevara, Monteasy, also wrote the track for his podcast theme.

You can click here to read all about the new video that just dropped to go with the updated theme, including appearances by another AEW star!

Quotes via PWInsider

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