Ted DiBiase explains why “it’s so hard” for him to watch the modern wrestling product

During his podcast, WWE Hall of Famer “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase commented on modern wrestling…

“It’s so hard for me to watch today’s product because I watch them and it’s like, okay, I might as well be watching a tumbling match because all I see is them doing high spots. I used to take a bump, we call it an ass bump where the guy picks you up and it looks like he’s dropping your rear end right on his leg. I would take that and then I would bounce off of that and I knew how to hit the rope at just the right part of my body to where my legs would fly up and I would go over the top rope to the floor.”

DiBiase continued, “Now today, you do that, they bounce up like nothing happened. I would lay there and sell it. All you young wrestlers out there, learn how to sell. In other words, there’s got to be a reason for a babyface to make a comeback, and unless he sells, I mean, your comeback is only going to be as good as your sell-job.” (quotes courtesy of WrestlingNews.co)