Scott Hall, WWE Hall of Fame Wrestler, Dead at 63

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WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Scott Hall has died at the age of 63, according to multiple reports. Hall is said to have suffered three heart attacked following complications stemming from hip replacement surgery that took earlier this month.

Hall, a native of Maryland, was placed on life support after a blood clot reportedly entered his blood stream and resulted in him having three heart attacks on Saturday. Hall was reportedly on life support, but the decision was made to have him taken off it on Monday.

Hall got into pro wrestling in 1984 and bounced around various promotions including the WCW and WWE before making himself a name in the WWE in the early-to-mid 90s, becoming a four-time Intercontinental Champion.

But Hall left WWE for WCW in 1996 and became a founder of the New World Order with Scott Hall and "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan. As part of the nWo, WCW vaulted up the television ratings and battled with WWE for years for the top spot.

Hall later appeared in the WWE, TNA, and WWC promotions. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice - in 2014 as his WWE persona Razor Ramon and again in 2020 as a member of the New World Order as Scott Hall.

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