WWE Hall Of Famer Ted DiBiase Compares Shawn Michaels And Marty Jannetty

WWE Hall Of Famer Ted DiBiase Compares Shawn Michaels And Marty Jannetty
PHILADELPHIA, PA - MAY 18: Former professional wrestler, manager Ted DiBiase aka 'The Million Dollar Man' attends the 2018 Wizard World Comic Con at Pennsylvania Convention Center on May 18, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images)

Ted DiBiase, revered WWE Hall of Famer, recently into the contrasting paths taken by Rockers partners, Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty.

Ted DiBiase didn’t mince words when discussing Jannetty during an episode of his podcast, Everybody’s Got A Pod, acknowledging his exceptional wrestling prowess but candidly remarking on his tumultuous personal life. Describing Jannetty as “just crazy” and “out of control,” DiBiase emphasised the stark disparity between Jannetty’s in-ring talent and the chaos that enveloped his personal life.

Marty was just crazy I mean, legitimately. Had he kept his head together he was a good worker. He was a very good wrestler, but his personal life, you know, was just out of control,

In contrast, DiBiase highlighted Michaels’ transformative journey towards maturity, citing his embrace of Christianity and personal growth as evidence of his evolution.

Shawn [Michaels] grew up in a big way. Shawn became a Christian and a believer. To this day, he’s a great guy,

Expressing surprise at Jannetty’s impending leg amputation due to sustained injuries, DiBiase conveyed genuine warmth towards him, portraying him as a spirited individual who struggled to embrace maturity.

Marty’s, you know, he’s not a bad guy. He’s just this fun-loving spirit who never, you know, he’s like a little kid who never wants to grow up. Unfortunately, we all have to grow up.

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