Scott Hall On Life Support After Suffering Multiple Heart Attacks

Thoughts and best wishes go out to the Bad Guy at this time.

Scott Hall

In some awful news, Scott Hall is on life support after suffering multiple heart attacks.

As per Wade Keller at the PWTorch, Hall is on life support at Marietta, Georgia's Wellstar Kennestone Hospital. It's believed the WWE Hall of Famer suffered three heart attacks last night. The nWo founder underwent hip replacement surgery last week, but major complications arose when a blood clot got loose.

Having made his in-ring bow in 1984, the Hiro Matsuda-trained Scott Hall made a name for himself in the AWA as 'Magnum' Scott Hall and 'Big' Scott Hall before landing in WCW on a full-time basis in 1991 as The Diamond Studd. Managed by real-life close friend Diamond Dallas Page during this spell, Hall would spend a year signed to WCW and then jump ship to the then-WWF and become Razor Ramon.


Four Intercontinental Championship reigns would follow in WWF for Razor, with him being one of the most despised villains in the company and then later being one of the most popular babyfaces. Famously, Hall would return to WCW in 1996 and usher in what would become the New World Order.

A brief WWE return would happen once WCW was purchased by Vince McMahon, and Scott would also haves stints in TNA, New Japan Pro Wrestling and World Wrestling Council during his in-ring days. Since hanging up his boots in 2010, the 63-year-old has been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on two occasions - once as Razor Ramon, once as part of the nWo.


The thoughts and best wishes of all of us here at WhatCulture Wrestling go out to the legendary Scott Hall at this time.

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