WWE Hall Of Famer Scott Hall aka Razor Ramone is in critical condition after he suffered three heart attacks on Saturday night according to Wade Keller of Pro Wrestling Torch.
Hall was originally hospitalized earlier this month due to him breaking his hip after falling. He underwent hip replacement surgery last week but suffered a serious complication when a blood clot got loose. After suffering the heart attacks, he was put on life support.
Scott Hall was a major star during the wrestling boom in the 90’s on television with the famed Monday Night War between the then WWF and WCW. He helped launch the widely popular NWO aka “New World Order Of Wrestling” after making a name for himself in the WWF as Razor Ramone. It was a significant moment and group that included Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, and Randy Savage to name a few. It helped propel WCW to ratings dominance over the WWE for the first time ever. He first started in the industry in 1982 and worked for numerous wrestling leagues including the famed AWA and WCW before jumping ship to the WWE in 1993. He was rebooted from Diamond Studd to Razor Ramone.
He received huge fan reactions and success as the WWE Intercontinental Championship four times. He then went to WCW in 1996 with Kevin Nash where they alongside Hulk Hogan changed the business with the nWo. During his tenure in WCW, he held the TV Title, Tag Team Championships, and United States Title.
WorldWide Entertainment TV is sending out prayers to the family in their trying time with their relative. Check out the social media support below.
3….3 consecutive heart attacks?
What the hell?
— Abracadabra! (@TomFPark) March 13, 2022
sending prayers to Scott Hall AKA Razor Ramon and his family and friends at this time🙏 pic.twitter.com/ViP8Qh7j6v
— Jenny Z 🦖🤙🏻 Dark order #92 #signkiddbandit❤ (@Queen_Of_TWD_92) March 13, 2022
They never forgot the day that Razor Ramon came to their neighborhood. Prayers up Scott Hall 🙏🏽 https://t.co/MClu17idRb
— Public Enemies Podcast (@TheEnemiesPE3) March 13, 2022
The final part of Scott Hall / Razor Ramon's amazing Hall of Fame speech. Something I still play back on occasion.
Wishing all the best to Scott Hall and his family right now. Get well soon, Scott. pic.twitter.com/JbkWF6mpgY
— NerdSoxx (@Kookaru15) March 13, 2022
Razor Ramon is forever
Wishing him the best ❤️ https://t.co/X7b2J762Ji
— James Bardolph (@jamesbardolph) March 14, 2022
This was always my favorite Razor Ramon moment https://t.co/auu5jyBskI
— Ken Ball (@KBall1971) March 13, 2022