WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall has tragically passed away at the age of 63.
News of Hall’s passing was confirmed by WWE on Monday, March 14. “WWE is saddened to learn that two-time WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall has passed away,” the company said in a statement. “WWE extends its condolences to Hall’s family, friends and fans.”
Hall was hospitalized last week after falling and injuring his hip. The WWE Hall of Famer underwent surgery which caused a blood clot to be dislodged. Hall subsequently suffered three heart attacks and was on life support until Monday afternoon. On Sunday evening, Hall’s former nWo comrade Kevin Nash took to social media to reveal that Hall was due to be taken off of life support and would likely die as a result.
WWE paid tribute to the “Bad Guy” Scott Hall/Razor Ramon during last night’s RAW;
Scott Hall’s wrestling career began in 1994. He found megastardom during a four-year stint with WWE, where he performed under the name Razor Ramon from 1992 to 1996. Hall famously parted ways with WWE and jumped ship to WCW, giving Ted Turner’s promotion a major boost in its efforts to win the Monday Night Wars.
Hall struggled with addiction issues for much of his career but got sober with the help of Diamond Dallas Page back in 2013.