Former WWE Superstar Ted DiBiase, Jr. DiBiase recently spoke with The Vicksburg Post to promote his work with the Warrior Bonfire Project to help heal wounded veterans.
During the interview, he was asked about leaving WWE in 2013. Here is what he had to say:
“There was a time in my career that I forgot what got me there, and I lost sight of my priorities, and my priorities shifted. All of a sudden I couldn’t make enough money, I couldn’t become famous enough, and I wanted more. I woke up one day and I hated the person I saw, because I had this moment staring in the mirror where I hated that guy. The Lord led me to 1 John 2:15 which says ‘Do not love the world or anything in the world for if you do, the love of the Father is not in you.'”
DiBiase went on to say…
“I left WWE without real security, and know that I serve a big God. It’s been the hardest, most trying, most amazing year or so of my life. I’ve grown as a man, as a father and as a husband.”
You can read the interview here.