Scott Hall cause of death NEWS

HALL of fame wrestler Scott Hall, who is professionally known as Razor Ramon, passed away after being taken off life support Monday afternoon.

WWE broke the news of the retired wrestler’s death at the start of its show, Monday Night Raw, on March 14.

Earlier this month, Hall, 63, was rushed to the hospital after falling and breaking his hip.

He then suffered three heart attacks after a blood clot got loose, and was placed on life support.

Many of the former wrestler’s friends took to Twitter to pay tribute to the star, including Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Paige.

Some of the well-wishers were Former WWE IC wrestling champ Marc Mero and Ten-times women’s champion Mickie James-Aldis.

Read our Scott Hall live blog for the very latest news and updates…

  • Hall had spring appearances scheduled

    It’s unclear if Hall will be able to recover in order to attend WrestleMania this year in April.

    He was scheduled to hit Dallas, Texas for a number of appearances up until his accident.

  • Hall was hospitalized after fall

    After a bad fall earlier this month, Hall was hospitalized and reportedly suffered a broken hip.

    Jerry Jarrett broke the news about Hall via Facebook.

    He said: “Just got off the phone with my friend Scott Hall.

    “He fell and broke his hip and he’s in the hospital. Prayers will help him recover.”

  • What is Scott Hall’s net worth?

    Hall’s net worth is estimated to be around $3million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

    During his time at WCW, he and Hulk Hogan helped the program beat WWF’s TV ratings for 83 weeks straight.

  • What is Scott Hall’s net worth?

    Hall’s net worth is estimated to be around $3million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

    During his time at WCW, he and Hulk Hogan helped the program beat WWF’s TV ratings for 83 weeks straight.

  • Scott Hall’s wrestling career

    Hall began his career in 1984 but rose to fame after signing with WWF in 1992.

    He left the company after four years and joined the WCW instead – becoming a member of the New World Order (NWO).

    In 2000 he returned to the WWF.

    Hall was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014, and again, in 2020, as a member of the NWO.

  • Who is Scott Hall?

    Scott Oliver Hall, 63, is a well-known, retired professional wrestler.

    Better known to WWE fans as Razor Ramon, Hall has won a total of four WWF Intercontinental Championships, two WCW United States Heavyweight Championships, one WCW World Television Championship, and nine WCW World Tag Team Championships.

  • When was the WWE founded?

    WWE traces back to the early 1950s when it was created as Capitol Wrestling Corporation in 1953. (CWC).

    It changed its name from CWC to World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF) in 1963, then to World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in 1979, and finally to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2002.

    In 2011, it became only known as WWE.

  • Past health issues

    The famous wrestler Scott Hall has had a history of medical issues that may have been related to his struggles with addiction.

    In 2010, Hall had a pacemaker and a defibrillator implanted into his chest.

    He later battled double pneumonia and started having seizures until doctors eventually diagnosed him with epilepsy.

    In 2011, Hall was hospitalized for extremely low blood pressure which sparked rumors that he had overdosed, though his representative Geena Jivev Anec later denied these claims.

  • Hall threw away a championship belt

    Scott Hall did not treasure every title he was given in his career.

    He showed his lack of respect for the WCW Television Championship title by throwing the belt in the trash.

    Wrestler Jim Duggan later became the Television Champion by finding the belt in a trash bag.

  • Hall’s haunting last Instagram post

    Scott Hall’s last Instagram post was dedicated to his WWE “buddies” months before his death.

    In the post, Hall shared an image from the 2020 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony where he was inducted for the second time alongside close friends Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash.

    “WWE Hall of Fame 2020… going in once was Sweet. Going in with your Buddies. Everyone for a second time is just 2Sweet,” Hall wrote in the post.

  • Why ‘Razor Ramon?’

    Scott Hall said his wrestling character Razor Ramon was greatly influenced by Al Pacino’s portrayal of Tony Montano in “Scarface.”

    “Business was really gimmick driven and merch driven at that time. You had to have a hook,” Hall said in an interview.

    Hall based Razor Ramon off Tony Montano and implemented his signature wet, slicked back hair and ever present toothpick.

  • The Outsiders

    Scott Hall was also part of a tag-team duo with his close friend Kevin Nash called The Outsiders.

    Together Hall and Nash held the WCW World Tag Team Championships six times.

    They were occasionally joined by other wrestler and friend Sean Waltman in a trio known as The Wolfpac.

    Nash also helped to found the wrestling group called New World Order alongside Hall and Hulk Hogan.

  • Luke Hawx’s tribute to Scott Hall

    Professional wrestler Luke Hawx shared an intimate story to pay tribute to Hall after hearing of his health.

    “He had demons, he’s human, we all are….. But at the end of the day, he was a good person, a talented person, but he struggled with life just like the rest of us.”

  • Hall of Fame veteran

    Scott Hall was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice – once under his ring name “Razor Ramon” and again as himself.

    He was inducted for the first time in 2014 and the second time in 2020.

    The second time, he was inducted alongside the founding members of wrestling clique New World Order.

    The founding members of the group are Hall, Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash.

  • Hulk Hogan: ‘Scott Hall resurrected me’

    A video on Twitter shows professional wrestler Hulk Hogan giving a tribute to Scott Hall apparently at his bar in Tampa.

    “Thank you God for taking care of my brother,” Hogan says in the video. “He took care of me.”

    “Scott Hall resurrected me. He put me back on the map. I love him.”

    “Bad times don’t last. Bad guys do,” Hogan said, quoting his friend.

  • Fan shares personal video of Hall

    One fan tweeted a video that his father recorded when he was Hall’s Uber driver to remember the wrestler.

    “I’m here with your dad, and he told me you’ve been acting up a bit,” Hall joked in the video.

    “If I hear anymore about that, the bad guy’s gonna swing by your crib, and you aren’t gonna like that.”

  • The Iron Sheik: ‘I LOVE YOU FOREVER’

    Professional wrestler The Iron Sheik wrote a tribute to Scott Hall saying, “YOU ARE THE REAL OF REAL.”

    “YOU MAKE IT TO THE HALL OF FAME YOU ARE THE IRON SHEIK CLASS FOREVER.”

    “I LOVE YOU BUBBA.”

  • ESPN calls Hall ‘the most influential’

    ESPN wrote a post honoring Scott Hall calling him, “one of the most influential men in the history of professional wrestling.”

    “The pop culture impact of Hall is still felt today.”

  • ‘See ya down the road Scott’

    “Scott always felt he wasn’t worthy of the afterlife,” Kevin Nash continued.

    “Well God please have some gold plated toothpicks for my brother. My life was enriched with his take on life. He wasn’t perfect but as he always said ‘The last perfect person to walk the planet they nailed to a cross.'”

    “As we prepare for life without him just remember there goes a great guy you ain’t going to see another one like him again,” he added.

    “See Ya down the road Scott. I couldn’t love a human being any more than I do you.”

  • ‘My heart is broken’

    Kevin Nash wrote a heartfelt goodbye to his friend Scott Hall on Instagram after learning that Hall’s family was going to take him off of life support on Monday.

    “Scott’s on life support. Once his family is in place they will discontinue life support. I’m going to lose the one person on this planet I’ve spent more of my life with than anyone else,” his tribute began.

    “My heart is broken and I’m so very f*****g sad. I love Scott with all my heart but now I have to prepare my life without him in the present. I’ve been blessed to have a friend that took me at face value and I him.”

    “When we jumped to WCW we didn’t care who liked or hated us. We had each other and with the smooth Barry Bloom we changed wrestling both in content and pay for those……alot that disliked us,” he added.

    “We were the ‘Outsiders’ but we had each other.”

  • WWE obituary, conclusion

    “After retiring from the ring, Hall capped off a one-of-a-kind career by being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as Razor Ramon in 2014 and again as a member of the nWo in 2020,” the WWE obituary added.

    “WWE extends its condolences to Hall’s family, friends and fans.”

  • WWE obituary, continued

    “He participated in memorable rivalries against Kevin Nash, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels and countless others, with his two Ladder Matches against Michaels at WrestleMania X and SummerSlam 1995 both considered all-time classics by fans and industry insiders alike,” the obituary continued.

    “In 1996, Hall re-joined World Championship Wrestling and joined Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan as the founding members of the nWo (New World Order), revolutionizing the sports-entertainment industry and ushering in the ‘Monday Night Wars.'”

  • WWE obituary

    The WWE website shared a touching obituary for Scott Hall after his passing.

    “WWE is saddened to learn that two-time WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall has passed away,” it began.

    “A hugely influential Superstar, Hall began his career in 1984, performing with various organizations across the country before joining World Championship Wrestling in 1991 as The Diamond Studd.”

    “In 1992, Hall signed with WWE and introduced fans all over the world to the character of Razor Ramon, becoming a four-time Intercontinental Champion and one of the most enduring personas of WWE’s ‘New Generation.'”

  • Eddie Kingston’s tribute to Scott Hall

    Edward Moore, also known by his ring name Eddie Kingston, paid tribute to Scott Hall on social media on Monday.

    “Prayers and thoughts to Scott Hall and his family and friends,” he wrote.

  • Tributes pour in from fans

    Before his death was announced, many fans expressed hope for the WWE star to recover.

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