WWE star Scott Hall (“Razor Ramon”) on Life Support aftert Three Heart Attacks

Former WWE star Scott Hall suffered three heart attacks on Saturday night and is now on life support, according to a report from PWTorch.

LATE-BREAKING UPDATE:

WWE legend Scott Hall died on Monday. He was 63.

 

Hall reportedly had hip replacement surgery last week but suffered a serious complication due to a loose blood clot. He is at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, Georgia. Hall was originally hospitalized after suffering a broken hip just over a week ago.

A Hall of Famer of the WWE where he was known by the name Razor Ramon, Hall had been scheduled to appear in Dallas during WrestleMania this week.

Hall has dealt with health problems, including cardiac issues that resulted in him getting a defibrillator and pacemaker implanted in his chest, as well as drug abuse.

Scott Oliver Hall was born October 20, 1958, in n St. Mary’s County, Maryland, 70 miles south of Washington, D.C. He grew up as an army brat and moved once every year before he was fifteen. He attended high school in Munich, West Germany.

Hall was a founding member of WCW’s New World Order along with Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash.

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