Scott Hall, WWE Hall of Famer, passes away at the age of 63

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

Sad news struck the professional wrestling industry on Monday with the news of Scott Hall’s death.

Since Sunday, Hall’s condition was on the mind of his peers, fans, and media members. He was on life support due to complications with blood clots after a hip replacement surgery. WWE confirmed his passing Monday evening.

“WWE is saddened to learn that two-time WWE Fall of Famer, Scott Hall has passed away,” WWE posted on its social media outlets. “WWE extends its condolences to Hall’s family, friends, and fans.”

Sean Waltman, known as X-Pac and the 1-2-3 Kid, confirmed the news as well, simply posting “He’s gone.”

On Monday morning, Kevin Nash announced that the plans were to take Hall off life support. Hall and Nash were closely linked throughout their career, known collectively as The Outsiders and for kicking off the Monday Night Wars when they “invaded” WCW after their departure from the WWF/WWE.

Multiple individuals across the professional wrestling space expressed their sorrow for the loss of Hall, sharing memories and other stories about his impact on their lives and career.

Hall, also known as Razor Ramon, is a two-time inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame. He held gold multiple times, including being a seven-time WCW Tag Team Champion, four-time Intercontinental Champion, and even holding the TNA World Tag Team Championships toward the end of his career. Hall’s last match was against Chuck Taylor in June of 2016.

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