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WWE, Pro Wrestling World mourns the passing of Scott Hall at the age of 63

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The pro wrestling world loves and misses The Bad Guy.

Scott Hall, two-time WWE Hall of Famer and charter member of the New World Order, died on Monday at the age of 63. The pro-wrestling icon suffered three heart attacks over the weekend from complications from hip surgery and was taken off life support.

WWE announced the news of opening “Monday Night Raw” — a show Hall performed as Razor Ramon in the first episode of 1993 — and wrestler Kevin Owens kicked off the show with Hall’s signature catchphrase, “Hey yo.”

The company also aired a video commemorating Hall’s legendary career in WWE and WCW. It was the start of a flood of tributes pouring out from every corner of the industry to commemorate one of the greatest and most influential figures of all time.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/14/wwe-pro-wrestling-world-mourn-death-of-scott-hall-at-63/ WWE, Pro Wrestling World mourns the passing of Scott Hall at the age of 63

JOE HERNANDEZ

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