Scott Hall Reportedly In Critical Condition In Hospital, After Hip Surgery
It's reported by PWTorch.com that former WWE & WCW Star and WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall is in serious condition, after receiving hip replacement surgery last week, after Hall had suffered a serious fall. Hall had reportedly suffered three separate heart attacks, after a blood clot had got loose after the hip replacement surgery. Hall is currently on life support at the Wellstar Kennestone Hospital, in Marietta, GA.
Hall started off his career in the AWA, as a tag team partner with the late Curt Hennig (Mr. Perfect in WWE). But after a few lackluster years in WCW, Hall headed to the WWE, where he perfected the Razor Ramon persona and became a major star for the company. After a change in financial and personal priorities, Hall headed to WCW, with the promises of more pay with less time on the road. Hall, along with his close friend Kevin Nash, became the Outsiders and the foundation of the nWo, alongside group founder Hulk Hogan.
We here at Pro Wrestling Slam! wish Scott Hall a speedy recovery, and we hope he's out of the hospital very soon.
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