WWE Hall of Famer, Scott Hall, on life support after surgery complications

Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Razor Ramon AKA Scott Hall. Photo Credit: WWE.com
Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Razor Ramon AKA Scott Hall. Photo Credit: WWE.com /

WWE Hall of Famer, Scott Hall is on life support as reported by Wade Keller of PWTorch.

News broke early Sunday morning that Hall suffered three heart attacks and is currently at the WellStar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, Georgia. The situation is reportedly due to complications that occurred from a blood clot after receiving hip replacement surgery.

Hall is best known for his two biggest runs in professional wrestling. First as Razor Ramon in the WWE/WWF, then as a member of the Outsiders and NWO in WCW. He is a multiple-time champion across both promotions, although he would never reach the main title in either company. He’s widely regarded as one of the best wrestlers to never reach the top championship.

Hall’s matches with Shawn Michaels for the WWF Intercontinental Championship, specifically the ladder match at SummerSlam in 1995 were regarded as some of the best in that area, helping set the stage for what is seen in professional wrestling today. When he and Kevin Nash made the jump to WCW in 1996, that would be the catalyst that would jump-start the momentum for WCW to overtake the WWF and begin The Monday Night Wars.

The latter portions of Hall’s career were marred with substance abuse issues, but many colleagues and even the WWE helped during those hard times. Up until 2016 Hall was still performing, with his last match being for the DDT Iron Man Heavy Metal Championship where he picked up a win over Chuck Taylor.

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