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Ted DiBiase Accepts Executive Position With Website Following WWE Departure

After announcing his departure from WWE this week, Ted DiBiase will be working for an e-commerce website that targets college students.

According to Mississippi Business Journal, the son of WWE Hall of Famer “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase has accepted an executive position with, a subsidiary of Jackson, Missouri-based BFAC, LLC.

“I loved my career in the WWE and I will forever be thankful for the opportunity to work in that industry,” DiBiase said in a statement to Mississippi Business Journal. “Leaving a job you love is not easy, but I believe so strongly in the future of that I knew it was time to change my focus.”

The website allows people to purchase and sell items college students would use.

“Working with Teddy over the last year on a number of projects I can say we are truly blessed to have him on our team,” said BFAC CEO Brad McMullan in a released statement.

  • Will Henderson

    translation, looks like Ted just silently retired from pro wrestling while going public with announcing departure with the WWE. i wish him the best of luck with his post-wrestling life if this is a full blown retirement.

  • Patrick Keith Robinson

    Good Luck Ted. You always treated the fans like your friends and it was appreciated.