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Wrestling legend Scott Hall dies at 63, death details

Wrestling legend Scott Hall dies at 63, death details

Wrestling legend Scott Hall dies

Wrestling legend Scott Hall dies at 63, death details
Wrestling legend Scott Hall dies at 63, death details

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(Nexstar) — Scott Hall, the legendary professional wrestler who changed the wrestling industry when he left WWE and launched the New World Order in WCW, has died at the age of 63.

Hall recently suffered multiple heart attacks at a hospital in Marietta, Georgia while recovering from surgery to repair a hip fracture.
On Monday afternoon, friend and fellow wrestler Sean Waltman confirmed to TMZ Sports that Hall has been removed from life support.
His new death was confirmed by a sketch “In Memory” at the start of WWE RAW.

Scott Hall, former WWE star and wrestling legend, dead at 63

Hall reportedly suffered a broken hip in the fall earlier this month and underwent surgery.
Wade Keller of PWTorch reported that a blood clot problem led to Hall having three heart attacks and being placed on life support machines in Marietta, Georgia over the weekend.

He eventually joined the WWE (then the WWF) in 1992, and gained national pro wrestling fame under the name Razor Ramon with a Cuban “villain” gimmick partially inspired by the character Al Pacino from “Scarface”.

In a 2017 interview, Hall noted that Vince McMahon originally introduced the military gimmick because Hall’s father was in the military, but Hall responded with Razor Ramon’s gimmick — which had some similarities to his WCW “Diamond Stud” character — and McMahon signed him off. Although he claims he’s never seen Scarface.

He eventually joined the WWE (then the WWF) in 1992, and gained national pro wrestling fame under the name Razor Ramon with a Cuban “villain” gimmick partially inspired by the character Al Pacino from “Scarface”.

In a 2017 interview, Hall noted that Vince McMahon originally introduced the military gimmick because Hall’s father was in the military, but Hall responded with Razor Ramon’s gimmick — which had some similarities to his WCW “Diamond Stud” character — and McMahon signed him off. Although he claims he’s never seen Scarface.

Hall, born Scott Oliver Hall on October 20, 1958, rose to prominence in the 1990s, becoming one of the most recognized and popular personalities in both World Wrestling Entertainment (WWF) and World Championship Wrestling.

In addition to forming the industry-changing nWo, Hall and Nash have won WCW tag titles seven times.

Hall also holds one tag team title along with The Giant (Paul Wight, The Big Show), as well as two rounds as the WCW United States Champion and one as the WCW Television Champion.

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Hall, like many older artists in and out of the 20th century wrestling industry, lived a hard, fast lifestyle in his prime.

He has openly battled drug and alcohol addiction, and health issues that arose after the toll that narcotics and professional wrestling had taken on his body.

Hall changed his life in 2013 with the help of his friend Diamond Dallas Page in 2013.
He has appeared twice in the WWE Hall of Famer, after being recruited individually and later as a member of the nWo.

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