Seems reasonable. The last I heard of him was in an NPR article about the WWE films (m.npr.org). And he has the leverage of a legacy performer (small and capital L) to take time off and return when he's ready.
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Originally posted by John OrquiolaYes, he was still around.
Beat me to it.
I wonder if someone woke up today and just now realized he was still on the roster? Who else will they notice is still on the payroll, despite not having done anything for years? Ezekiel Jackson? Hunico?
I liked Ted. I thought the Dibiase Posse idea was a really good way for him to connect with fans despite not being featured in any major way on TV, and from what I recall it was working fairly well until he got hurt.
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I think that was his finisher when he came in, until WCW re-re-re-re-re-reincarnated Ed Leslie as "The Disciple," and stuck him with the nWo. They gave him that finisher, and called it "The Apocalypse"...I think.