The Million Dollar Corporation was a heel stable in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) from April 1994 to May 1996 and was led and managed by the Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase.
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... DiBiase purchased the contracts of many wrestlers for his Million Dollar Corporation stable in the WWF, which over time included I.R.S ... Surrounding the ring were members of DiBiase's corporation to offset Taylor's entourage of NFL All-Pros on the opposite side ... This culminated in Bigelow quitting The Corporation after DiBiase fired him following a loss to Diesel in a WWF Championship match ...
... on the April 17 episode of Raw, Ted DiBiase announced Sid as the newest member of the Million Dollar Corporation after Bam Bam Bigelow left the Corporation ... After the match, the Kid turned heel and joined the Million Dollar Corporation ... In the first elimination match at Survivor Series, Sid and Corporation leader Ted DiBiase helped The 1-2-3 Kid pin Marty Jannetty to win and become the sole survivor for his team ...
... Luger was planning to join Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar Corporation in the summer of 1994 ... At the event, Tatanka defeated Luger and joined the Million Dollar Corporation ... Luger continued to feud with The Million Dollar Corporation, leading a Survivor Series team consisting of himself, Mabel, Adam Bomb, and The Smoking Gunns, dubbed "Guts Glory", to a loss against the ...
... World Wrestling Federation Million Dollar Championship (1 time) – The Ringmaster. ...
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