Million Dollar Championship

The Million Dollar Championship was a professional championship in WWE created by The "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase. The Million Dollar Belt was designed by Terry Betteridge of Betteridge Jewelers in Stamford, Connecticut. The belt is gold plated, made with cubic zirconia, and has three tiny diamonds that were inserted behind the belt. The belt cost around $125,000.

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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 Dollar ... The Million Dollar Man character was based on the type of wrestler that Vince McMahon would want to be ... 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 ...
Ted Di Biase, Jr. - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment - Million Dollar Champion (2010–2011)
... On the April 5 episode of Raw, DiBiase was given possession of the Million Dollar Championship and access to a trust fund by his father ... In September 2010, DiBiase entered in a feud with Goldust over the Million Dollar Championship, after Goldust stole the title from him ... On the November 15 episode of Raw, Goldust returned the Million Dollar Championship belt to DiBiase, Sr ...

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