Former WWE star Scott Hall dies aged 63
RIP Scott Hall
Former WWE and WCW star Scott Hall has died at the age of 63 after suffering three heart attacks while in hospital in Marietta, Georgia.
Hall had been admitted to hospital following complications after he had undergone hip surgery, leading to a blood clot coming loose, as reported by PW Torch.
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The 63-year-old made his name in wrestling during the 1980s as part of the WWE under the name 'Razor Ramon' after he first came onto the scene via the now-defunct Wrestling Association.
Hall went on to win the WWF Intercontinental Championships four times during the 90s before leaving to join WCW in 1996.
At WCW, Hall teamed up alongside the likes of Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan to form the New World Order group, before eventually retiring in 2010.
The two-time world champion also made brief appearances after he left the WWE in the early 2000s as well as after he retired from the sport, including a return in 2014 where his character was inducted into the hall of fame.
Hall was then inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2020 again for his contribution to the New World Order group alongside its fellow founding members.
Rest in peace, Scott Hall.