WWE Hall Of Famer Scott Hall Laid To Rest On Friday

The legendary star passed away on 14 March.

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Following his passing last month, the legendary Scott Hall was laid to rest in Maryland on Friday.

Scott's son Cody took to Instagram to pay tribute to his father, posting a picture of Kevin Nash, Sean Waltman, Diamond Dallas Page, Triple H and Shawn Michaels at the two-time WWE Hall of Famer's funeral.

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At the age of 63, Scott Hall passed away on 14 March after suffering three heart attacks triggered by a blood clot becoming loose following hip surgery.


Trained by Hiro Matsuda, Scott made his in-ring debut in 1984 and first made a name for himself in Verne Gagne's AWA as 'Magnum' Scott Hall and later 'Big' Scott Hall. A full-time move to WCW came in 1991, where Hall took on the moniker of the Diamond Studd and was managed by DDP. The following year, Scott jumped to the then-WWF as Razor Ramon and became a true superstar of the business.

Of course, the Bad Guy headed back to WCW in 1996, formed the New World Order alongside Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan, and that group become the hottest act in the industry as the Monday Night Wars kickstarted.


After hanging up his boots in 2010, Scott Hall would be inducted into the WWE Hall of Famer on two different occasions - once as Razor Ramon, once as part of the nWo.

The full tribute to Scott from Cody Hall reads as follows:

We buried my father yesterday. And I guess it was the last step in the process, but it still feels like I’m going through a ton.Being my dads son wasn’t always easy, in fact it used to feel really hard sometimes, he was hard sometimes. But it feels different now, not my burden to bear but my torch to carry going forward.

A legacy from a legend. It feels like he’s with me now. The whole world feels different now. I feel so different now. Death is part of the circle of life, and my father lives through me.

And so many memories live in my head and my heart forever now, all the sayings he had, all the facial expressions, going fishing together, him blasting Shaggy -“ it wasn’t me “ every morning to wake us up for school, thinking George foreman turkey burgers are a delicacy, singing country songs on our drives, the spot on the side of the garage we’d both pee in to see how deep we could go, wearing our matching #HallGood shirts and color coordinating outfits, seeing him when he was ON how he could light up and flip a switch and be the best person you could ever meet.

He was my best friend, he taught me everything I know. And I’ll never ever forget it. I love you dad.
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