Scott Hall cause of death NEWS – Life support turned off after WWE wrestler 'Razor Ramon' had 'three heart attacks'

HALL of fame wrestler Scott Hall, who is professionally known as Razor Ramon, reportedly passed away after being taken off life support Monday afternoon.

WWE broke the news of the retired wrestler's death at the start of its show, Monday Night Raw, on March 14.

Earlier this month, Hall, 63, was rushed to the hospital after falling and breaking his hip.

He then suffered three heart attacks after a blood clot got loose, and was placed on life support.

Many of the former wrestler's friends took to Twitter to pay tribute to the star, including Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Paige.

Some of the well-wishers were Former WWE IC wrestling champ Marc Mero and Ten-times women's champion Mickie James-Aldis.

Read our Scott Hall live blog for the very latest news and updates…

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    WrestleMania and Monday Night Raw photos

    Musician Ethan Cramer shared photos he took of Scott Hall from the WrestleMania X ladder match vs Shawn Michaels, and Monday Night Raw 1994.

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    Scott Hall confirmed dead

    At the start of its Monday Night Raw program and in a tweet, WWE broke the news that Scott Hall passed away.

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    Calls to stop saying 'RIP'

    Scott Hall fans have taken to Twitter to ask others to stop saying their goodbyes to the WWE star because he is still alive.

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    Sean Waltman confirms report

    "The is accurate," wrote WWE Hall of Fame member Sean Waltman, in regards to Dave Meltzer's recent update on Scott Hall.

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    Hoping for a miracle

    As Scott Hall continues to fight for his life after being taken off life support, fans are hoping he pulls through on his own.

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    New World Order attire

    One fan shared that he is wearing a nWo shirt, as he keeps Scott Hall in his thoughts.

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    'Against the odds'

    Canadian wrestler LuFisto posted a tribute to Scott Hall:

    "Since noon, you've been breathing on your own against the odds. You are a fighter, a bad ass."

    "They say there needs to be a miracle. If someone can get out of this, it's you Scott Hall."

    "Prayers and love to you, your family and friends."

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    Fans asked to leave the hospital

    Wrestling News said in a tweet for people to "stay away from the hospital where Scott Hall is staying."

    "STOP IT!"

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    WWF and WWE name dispute

    The World Wrestling Federation (WWF) announced in the spring of 2002 that it was changing its company name to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

    The switch came after the company lost a lawsuit by the World Wildlife Fund over the WWF trademark.

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    Scott Hall was hospitalized after fall

    Scott Hall was hospitalized after a bad fall and reportedly suffered a broken hip.

    Jerry Jarrett broke the news about Hall via Facebook.

    He said: “Just got off the phone with my friend Scott Hall.

    “He fell and broke his hip and he’s in the hospital. Prayers will help him recover.”

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    Tributes pour in from fans

    Many fans are expressing hope for the WWE star to recover.

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    Scott Hall 'taken off life support'

    Dave Meltzer said in a tweet that Scott Hall was taken off life support hours ago.

    He is reportedly still alive.

    "Miracles have happened but this would need to be one of them," said Meltzer.

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    WWE Hall of Fame

    Scott Hall was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014 as a singles competitor.

    He was inducted again in 2020 as a member of the nWo.

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    Has Scott Hall passed away?

    Scott Hall was reportedly on life support as of Sunday night, having suffered three heart attacks.

    His family may "discontinue" his life support on Monday, according to his friend Kevin Nash.

    "Scott's on life support. Once his family is in place they will discontinue life support," he wrote on Instagram on Sunday.

    There has been no additional news about his condition as of Monday afternoon.

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    Scott Hall's ring names

    Scott Hall went by a variety of ring names as a wrestler.

    They included The Diamond Studd, Razor Ramon, American Starship Coyote, Texas Scot, and his real name, Scott Hall.

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    Eddie Kingston's tribute to Scott Hall

    Edward Moore, also known by his ring name Eddie Kingston, paid tribute to Scott Hall on social media on Monday.

    "Prayers and thoughts to Scott Hall and his family and friends," he wrote.

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    Who is Scott Hall?

    Scott Oliver Hall, 63, is a well-known, retired professional wrestler.

    Better known to WWE fans as Razor Ramon, Hall has won a total of four WWF Intercontinental Championships, two WCW United States Heavyweight Championships, one WCW World Television Championship, and nine WCW World Tag Team Championships.

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    'The world loves you Scott Hall'

    Saraya-Jade Bevis, better known by the ring name Paige, a former professional wrestler, also shared a short tribute to Scott Hall on Twitter.

    "The world loves you Scott Hall, hero to many including myself ❤️" she shared alongside photos of the wrestler.

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    Tyson Kidd's touching words

    TJ Wilson, also known as Tyson Kidd in the wrestling world, shared a touching tribute to Scott Hall on Monday on Twitter.

    "They say don’t meet your heroes or you’ll be let down. That’s not true. 99% of my heroes have been better in person-Scott is one of them," he wrote.

    "Everyone loves the Wrestlemania 10 ladder match, easily one of my favorites. I chew on toothpicks to this day because of Razor Ramon #BadGuy."

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    Mickie James shares tribute

    Ten-times women's champion Mickie James-Aldis posted on Twitter: "Our thoughts and prayers are with Scott Hall and his family. Thinking of you all right now."

    "Sending so much health, healing, love and strength your way."

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    How tall is Scott Hall?

    The WWE wrestler stands at a towering six feet, seven inches, and his billed weight is 287 lbs.

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    Bully Ray's tribute

    Bully Ray also paid tribute to Scott Hall on Twitter, writing, "We love you bad guy," and dedicating a wrestling SiriusXM radio show episode to him.

    He also included a screenshot of Kevin Nash's heartbreaking Instagram statement.

    Bully Ray is a professional wrestler whose legal name is Mark LoMonaco.

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    Where is Scott Hall from?

    The former WWE wrestler is from St Mary's County, Maryland.

    He moved around every year when he was a child, and went to high school in West Germany.

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    The Iron Sheik pays tribute

    On Monday, Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri, also known as The Iron Sheik in the wrestling world, paid tribute to Scott Hall on Twitter.

    "SCOTT HALL BUBBA I LOVE YOU FOREVER. I MISS YOU FOREVER," he wrote.

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    'See ya down the road Scott'

    "Scott always felt he wasn't worthy of the afterlife," Kevin Nash continued.

    "Well God please have some gold plated toothpicks for my brother. My life was enriched with his take on life. He wasn't perfect but as he always said 'The last perfect person to walk the planet they nailed to a cross.'"

    "As we prepare for life without him just remember there goes a great guy you ain't going to see another one like him again," he added.

    "See Ya down the road Scott. I couldn't love a human being any more than I do you."

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