Professional wrestling has a colorful history of dastardly villains doing things a normal person wouldnt dare. To elicit a genuinely heated reaction from the crowd took a level of finesse that only a few have ever truly mastered. A role pioneered by the legendary Gorgeous George whose persona was later emulated by the likes of Muhammad Ali a true heel lives to be hated. We have seen our fair share of great examples over the years. The recently-departed Ox Baker caused riots in the 70s with his signature heart punch. The Nature Boy Ric Flair made a career out of being The Dirtiest Player in the Game. Mr. McMahon was the tyrannous corporate boss who made employees join his Kiss My Ass Club. Rowdy Roddy Piper would cross lines every chance he was given. But if you ask me, one guy leaves them all in the dust. The Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase could very well be the greatest antagonist the wrestling business has ever witnessed. A concept born in the brain of Vince McMahon, The Million Dollar Man was the alter ego the evil genius had dreamed of performing himself if his father hadnt steered him away from stepping into the ring as a wrestler. Instead, Ted DiBiase was given the golden ticket to stardom. To say he took the character and ran with it would be an understatement. Here are 11 Reasons Why The Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase was the Biggest Heel in Wrestling.
Eric Delgado has been writing about professional wrestling for five years and has been involved in the professional wrestling business as a performer for ten. He is also the former host of Steel Cage Radio and has an irrational love for The Ryback.