Legendary grappler Ted DiBiase could be set for a sensational return to wrestling.
The "Million Dollar Man" has been retired from active competition for 15 years, but hinted he could have one last bout in him.
His last match in the WWE was against Razor Ramon at Summerslam ’93, but the 55-year-old claims he would consider a comeback if it involved his son, 26-year-old Ted DiBiase, Jr.
DiBiase is promoting the company’s forthcoming Legends of Wrestlemania video game and made the shocking revelations to gaming site IGN.com.
Asked about his thoughts on the title, DiBiase said, "The only disappointment is my son is not in the game.
“He can't come and wrestle his dad," DiBiase went on. "But, you never know...People keep asking me, 'Are you ever going to get back in the ring?' And I go, 'There might be one match left.'"
DiBiase has played a big role in helping his son break into the wrestling business and he is keen to pass on his knowledge of the industry to other young grapplers.
He added, “I wish I could get in there and spend some time with younger wrestlers to help them along."
"I missed wrestling when I watched Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair last year at WrestleMania," DiBiase continued. In my opinion, they stole the show. A good old-school classic wrestling match. Moments like that make me miss wrestling."
With his son doing so well in Legacy, what role could the "Million Dollar Man" play?
The only thing I could think of is if Ted DiBiase, Dusty Rhodes, and "Cowboy" Bob Orton battle in a six-man tag match against Legacy.
I for one would love to see a father-son match.
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