Wrestling star dies at 63
Mourning for wrestling star Scott Hall: He died at the age of 63. Apparently there had been complications after an operation.
Former wrestler Scott Hall is dead. The WWE legend, who rose to stardom in the 1990s as “Razor Ramon,” died at the age of 63. Via Twitter, the WWE “Hall’s family, friends and fans” expressed their condolences. As the US celebrity portal “TMZ” reports, Hall is said to have had complications after an operation.
According to WWE, Hall fought for various organizations throughout the 1980s before joining World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1991. Hall then signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 1992 and enjoyed numerous major successes as “Razor Ramon”. Above all, his matches against Shawn Michaels (56) in the mid-90s became a cult.
Colleague of Hulk Hogan
Scott Hall returned to WCW in 1996, performing under his real name as part of the popular wrestling group nWo (New World Order) alongside Hulk Hogan (68) and Kevin Nash (62). According to WWE, Hall was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as “Razor Ramon” in 2014 and again as a member of the nWo in 2020.