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WWE Hall Of Famer Scott Hall on life support after suffering three heart attacks



Former WCW/WWE star Scott Hall is in critical condition after he suffered three heart attacks on Saturday night.

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, according to Wade Keller of PWTorch. After suffering the heart attacks, he was put on life support.

Hall broke into the business in 1982 where he worked for various promotions including the AWA before being signed by WWE in 1992 where he was given the Razor Ramon character. While with the promotion, he won 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.

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Our thoughts and prayers are with the Hall family at this time.