“Million Dollar Man” Ted Dibiase
Dream opponent: Ted Dibiase Jr.
The elder Dibiase was best known for two things: cutting-edge hee promos and that gold, diamond-studded million-dollar belt. The WWE’s most “despised villain” viewed money as power and exploited his wealth by not only buying Andre the Giant’s services, but cashing out the rest of the competition to become one of the federation’s most revered grapplers. In-ring, he was a great wrestling technician, just like his son today. The addition of the “Million Dollar Man” fits perfect now that all the new and old stable names are available: including the Million Dollar Corporation. Imagine what that squad would look like. Plus WWE fans can never get enough of the father vs. son drama. It’s the magic soap operas are made of.
Dream opponent: Alberto Del Rio
It’s been long overdue, and you know it. Between spewing bragadocious one-liners on the microphone to revolutionizing the wrestling industry as one-third of the NWO, Scott Hall AKA Razor Ramon made a career out of being a total bad-ass, easily transforming himself into the coolest wrestler during his prime. Dude also had the greatest bout in the first ladder match at Wrestlemania X against Shawn Michaels. What? You know we’re right. Anyways, the rehab-bound grappler has cemented his legacy as one of the toughest in-ring performers and has heavily influenced other swagger jackers in the WWE, most noticeably Albert Del Rio. Pay homage.