Ted DiBiase Jr. Looks Back At His Legacy Days
Ted DiBiase
Ted DiBiase. Image Credits: Twitter
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Ted DiBiase Jr. Looks Back At His Legacy Days

Former two times WWE Tag Team Champion Ted DiBiase Jr. Recently talked about his Legacy days from the late 2010s. Legacy was a famous stable including three legendary professional wrestlers, one of them Randy Orton, the Other two were Cody Rhodes and of course, Ted DiBiase Jr.

DiBiase started his professional wrestling career back in 2006 and he worked for various promotions. In only one ear time he got the breakthrough in the biggest promotion of them all, World Wrestling Entertainment.

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Ted DiBiase Jr. Looks Back At His Legacy Days

DiBiase started his WWE career as a singles star. Soon he teamed up with Randy Orton and Cody Rhodes, together they were known as The Legacy. This stable was extremely popular back then. We do not hear the name of this stable very much now a days but it had great impact during its time.

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DiBiase won the WWE Tag Team Championship two times with Cody Rhodes. He was also one of the final four competitors in the Royal Rumble match of 2009. After Legacy split up, DiBiase had a single run for a while. He was released by WWE 2013. After that we went to the independent circuit. In 2017 he retired from Professional Wrestling.

Recently Ted DiBiase Jr. Spoke with Wrestlezone where the former professional wrestler talked about his time in Legacy. He said;

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Ted DiBiase. Image Credits: Twitter

“And so to be there [in WWE], Cody was amazing. That was such a blessing, we got to ride together and we instantly had a common bond and that dude, he showed me the ropes. It was like having a brother, and I already have two brothers and we had dreams of wrestling together, being tag team champions.

“That never happened because they both suffered injuries, but Cody was like having a brother on the road. And with Randy [Orton] joining him, that was—it just felt right. That Legacy run was so much fun and that—you couldn’t put your finger on it, but it was just good and it worked.”