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Christian Devotions Speak UP! with "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase

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Christian Devotions SPEAK UP!
March 29 – Ted DiBiase “The Million Dollar Man”
6:00 p.m. EST
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as host Scott McCausey interviews Hall of Fame WWE Wrestling Legend, Ted DiBiase.
Ted DiBiase has been involved in the world of professional wrestling his entire life. His stepfather, wrestler "Iron Mike" DiBiase, began the tradition and had a strong influence on him as a child.
After wrestling in Amarillo, Texas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Ted moved to Atlanta to continue his wrestling career. While there he met his future wife Melanie and they were married in 1981. Ted's wrestling engagements kept him away from her, while ego, pride, and money took center stage. After the birth of their first son, Teddy, the DiBiase's moved to Mississippi where Ted continued wrestling for Mid-South Wrestling. He was hoping that the World Wrestling Federation (WWE) would take notice of his talent. The WWE did take notice. They had an idea for a new character and developed Ted into the "Million Dollar Man." Through hard work and much determination, he quickly rose to the top of his profession where he has remained for the past twenty years.
Ted's WCW contract expired in 1999 and since then, Ted has taken on new roles outside of professional wrestling. He is a spokesperson for the Sunshine Foundation, an organization that grants wishes for critically ill children, and has founded Heart of David Ministries (for which he travels the world as an evangelist furthering the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Also through Heart of David Ministries, Ted shares his prayer of hope all over America in motivational assemblies speaking out against the results of drug and alcohol abuse— warning America's youth about the trap of being addicted to drugs and alcohol.