Two-time WWE Hall Of Famer Scott Hall defined an entire generation of pro wrestling. He made a name for himself as Razor Ramon during the early 90s. Hall also helped change the course of pro wrestling for good after being part of the nWo. He also helped out The Undertaker a lot when he was still new to pro wrestling.

It was previously reported that Scott Hall suffered a hip injury after falling down. He was then rushed to the hospital and underwent hip surgery for his injury. After Hall was put on life support, all hope was lost.

Kevin Nash had revealed Hall would be taken off life support and that is what happened. Scott Hall had passed away at the age of 63 and the pro wrestling world continues to mourn him.

Triple H stated that he was gutted after Scott Hall’s demise and even Colby Covington paid tribute to Scott Hall. While speaking on Out of Character with Ryan Satin, The Undertaker talked about his relationship with Scott Hall. The Deadman revealed that Scott Hall showed him the ropes when he was new to pro wrestling, especially in Japan.


“Scott, we go way back. I went to Japan with Scott in 1988 or ’89, is where I met Scott. He kind of took me along and showed me the ropes, and it’s sad. Another one of our guys we’ve lost way too early. He was just a tremendous in-ring performer, he was really a top-flight guy. I hate it for him, I hate it for his family. It’s just another sad day in our industry.”

Scott Hall will forever live on in the hearts of his loved ones and fans and that is something that is never going to change.

h/t to Wrestling Inc for the quotes

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