WWE, WCW legend Scott Hall dies at age 63

The world of professional wrestling has lost another wrestling legend.

Scott Hall, who was also known as Razor Ramon, passed away on Monday at the age of 63.

Hall is a double member of the WWE Hall of Fame for his time in WWE as Razor Ramon, who had four Intercontinental Championship reigns, as well as being in the Hall of Fame for being part of the nWo group in WCW, which was one of the most iconic factions and storylines ever.

Hall’s debut in WCW that jump started the nWo story is one of the most significant things in wrestling history.

Hall had a lot of health issues after wrestling; Diamond Dallas Page helped him in his recovery from personal demons.

Hall unfortunately suffered three heart attacks during surgery on his hip and had to be placed on life support; which he was taken off of on Monday.

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