WWE Wrestling Legend Scott Hall Is On Life Support After Three Heart Attacks.

Scott Hall, a WWE Hall of Famer who was known as Razon Ramon during his tenure in the WWF, is said to be on life support following three heart attacks.

Hall, who retired from professional wrestling in 2010, was hospitalised earlier this month after breaking his hip, and the new issue is said to be related to the hip replacement surgery he had last week. Scott Hall, according to reports, is on life support after a blood clot broke away, causing a significant complication. He’s been admitted to Marietta’s Wellstar Kennestone Hospital.

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The former WWE and WCW star was one of the most iconic performers in the early 1990s, especially after establishing the Outsiders with Kevin Nash and helping the organisation overcome WWE (WWF at the time) in the Mondy Night Wars.

Scott Hall’s Professional Life

Hall began his career in 1984 with the NWA (National Wrestling Alliance), rapidly rising through the ranks until signing with the WWF in 1992 as Razor Ramon, a Cuban-American billed from Miami, where he held the intercontinental championship three times. Nash, billed as the Outsiders and now performing under his real name, returned to WCW in 1996, stunning the fans. Hulk Hogan joined the partnership shortly after the NWO was formed (New World Order). In 2002, Hall returned to WWE. In 2014, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

“Hard work pays off, dreams come true. Bad times don’t last, but BAD GUYS do.”SCOTT HALL INTRODUCTION INTO THE WWE HALL OF FAME

With the help of Diamond Dallas Page, Hall, like Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, was able to clean up his act. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice since then, first as a member of the nWo and once as the legendary Razor Ramon.

Scott Hall and his family are in our thoughts and prayers. Right now, I’m thinking of all of you. I’m sending you lots of good health, healing, love, and strength. Xoxo,” Mickie James, the Impact Wrestling Knockout Champion, tweeted on Sunday afternoon.

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