WWE stars are paying tribute to legendary wrestler Scott Hall, a “senior figure” in the industry.
Hall, also known as Razor Ramon, died Monday following complications from surgery. Wrestler Kevin Nash announced Sunday that his family planned to discontinue life support. “I love Scott with all my heart, but now I have to prepare my life without him in the present,” Nash wrote on Instagram.
Hall’s wrestling career began in the 1980s, when he performed with World Championship Wrestling, and signed with the World Wrestling Federation, later called WWE, in 1992. Known as “The Bad Guy”, Hall was a four-time Intercontinental Champion. .
“He engaged in memorable rivalries against Kevin Nash, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels and many others, with his two ladder matches against Michaels at WrestleMania X and SummerSlam 1995 both considered all-time classics,” WWE.com wrote in his obituary. Hall was also a founding member of the “New World Order” in World Championship Wrestling with Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice, first as Razor Ramon and second as a member of the nWo.
WWE Triple H wrestler and executive He said it was “gutted” for having “lost a brother”, while Shane McMahon, son of WWE CEO Vince McMahon, remembered hall as a “singular talent and, in my opinion, perhaps the greatest that ever existed”. [perform] in the square circle.” Sting called Hall’s death was a “great loss”, and he wrote that it “definitely made us all better”. Ric Flair said “We all respected you a lot,” and Matt Hardy noted he “was always great with my brother and me”.
Chris Jericho also remembered Hall as “so much fun” and “by far the BEST pro wrestler I’ve ever seen hold a world title”, while Mick Foley called him a “prominent figure among his contemporaries, a legend in and out of the ring”. WWE aired a tribute to Hall during monday night raw.
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