"I'll tell Tate exactly what my father told me, which is, 'You are your own man, and you can make your own choices, but you're not going to attempt being a wrestler until you finish your education first. Once you get your education, you're a grown man, you can do what you want, and I'll support you 110 percent.' I'll help Tate as much as I can, let him know it's going to be hard, probably harder, 'cause he is a DiBiase. When you're a DiBiase, that doesn't mean you're a shoe-in in WWE. I have two brothers that are not there. It's harder because those that have gone before you have, you're always gonna be compared to them. I'll be there to support him, be happy for him either way. As long as he follows through his commitment, and gives his 110 percent, I'll be a happy father."