The wrestling legend has had some complications after hip surgery. Fighting friend Nash: “The family has decided to disconnect the machines that keep him alive.” Condolences from colleagues and Hollywood stars.
Scott Oliver Hall, former wrestler and WWE legend, did not make it. The 63-year-old man suffered three heart attacks in recent days and, as reported this morning by the Gazzetta dello Sport, after being admitted to intensive care at a Georgia hospital, he has died. According to international media, Hall’s heart problems occurred after hip surgery last week. The wrestling website PWTorch explains that the champion “suffered serious complications from a blood clot.” Another WWE champion, Kevin Nash, a close friend of Hall, revealed that the former wrestler’s family has decided to disconnect the machines that keep him alive.
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On his Instagram profile, Nash wrote: “I will lose the person I have spent the most time with in my entire life. I love Scott with all my heart but now I have to prepare to live a life where he is not present. Nash concludes by saying, “As we prepare for a life without him, I ask you to remember how great he was and that you will never see someone like him again. See you Scott. He couldn’t have loved a human being more than I loved you.”
Condolences from the stars of wrestling and Hollywood
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Hall received many messages of support. Hollywood star and former WWE wrestler Dwayne Johnson tweeted: “Wait! We need to get the ‘bad guy’ back in the game.” Former WWE IC Wrestling Champion Marc Mero posted a photo of the couple together on his social media and wrote, “My thoughts and prayers go out to Scott Hall…we have spent many years together in WCW and WWE.”
Scott Hall’s career
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Hall was one of the most influential stars in the world of wrestling in the 1990s. He had entered the WWE Hall of Fame, he was a former partner of Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash in the NWO in WCW. He first wrestled under the ring name Razor Ramon, in what was then called the WWF, before joining the New World Order (nWo) in World Championship Wrestling (WCW), alongside fellow founders Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash. During his career he has won four WWF Intercontinental Championships, two WCW United States Heavyweight Championships, one WCW World Television Championship and nine WCW World Tag Team Championships.