Dibiase Defeated

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Ted DiBiase - Professional Wrestling Career - Return To The WWF (1987–1996) - The Million Dollar Man
... In the WWF, DiBiase was known as "The Million Dollar Man", a millionaire who wore a gold-studded, dollar-sign-covered suit and, in time, a custom-made, diamond-e ... DiBiase had a bodyguard by the name of Virgil, who was also by his side during his matches and vignettes ... The name of DiBiase's finishing move, the Million Dollar Dream (in which someone is put to sleep), was also meant to be an insult to Dusty Rhodes, who was named the ...
Professional Wrestling Career - Return To The WWF (1987–1996) - The Million Dollar Man
... In the WWF, DiBiase was known as "The Million Dollar Man", a millionaire who wore a gold-studded, dollar-sign-covered suit and, in time, a custom-made, diamond-encrusted and self-awarded "Million ... DiBiase had a bodyguard by the name of Virgil, who was also by his side during his matches and vignettes ... The name of DiBiase's finishing move, the Million Dollar Dream (in which someone is put to sleep), was also meant to be an insult to Dusty Rhodes, who was named the American Dream ...

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    I have defeated them all.... I was left with some money to battle with the world when quite young, and at the present time have much to feel proud of.... The Lord gave me talent, and I know I have done good with it.... For my brains have made me quite independent and without the help of any man.
    Harriet A. Brown, U.S. inventor and educator. As quoted in Feminine Ingenuity, ch. 8, by Anne L. MacDonald (1992)