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WWE's Ted DiBiase, Jr. promotes Guam Guard

by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Over the weekend, World Wrestling Entertainment star Ted DiBiase, Jr. paid a visit to Guam and met fans at the Agana Shopping Center while promoting the Guam Army Guard as part of his commitment with the National Guard.

He told KUAM News, "You can find life's tools with the National Guard and they can really instill abilities and leadership qualities, integrity, things that not only help you in the workplace but also help you as a family man, and helps you be a better person."

DiBiase has won world tag team titles alongside partner Cody Rhodes at the Night of Champions 2008 and eventually found himself among the prestigious company of Randy Orton and his legacy - a popular group familiar to WWE wrestling fans.

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