Scott Hall Passes Away Aged 63

WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall has sadly passed away on Monday March 14th aged 63 years old.

Scott Hall suffered multiple heart attacks following hip replacement surgery and was placed on life support, as reported by PWTorch. Shortly after these events took place, Hall’s best friend Kevin Nash took to social media to provide the unfortunate news that once Scott Hall’s family were in attendance, the life support would be discontinued.

The news of the passing was first announced by WWE, who posted the following memorial graphic shortly before Monday Night Raw went on the air:

Scott Hall had a legendary and lengthy career across multiple promotions. Hall would be best known in WWE for portraying the character of Razor Ramon, debuting the character in 1992. Hall would capture the Intercontinental Championship 4 times before departing for WCW in 1996. Hall would be presented as an outsider in WCW, and would be later joined by Kevin Nash. Along with Hulk Hogan, the 3 men would be the first members of the iconic nWo faction, which would go on to dominate the promotion.

Scott Hall was recognised for his achievements by being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice. Hall was inducted in the 2014 class as Razor Ramon and the 2020 class as part of the nWo.

Many have taken to social media to send their condolences following the tragic news:

Features of Wrestling would like to send their condolences to the family and friends of Scott Hall during this sad time.

Featured image: WWE

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