Scott Hall is a famous American professional wrestler and WWE legend. His estimated net worth was $3 million during his death.
He died at the age of 63 on 14th March Monday and was on life support due to one of the complications of hip replacement surgery.
He was also known by the name Razor Ramon. He was a multi-time WWE Intercontinental Champion at the peak of his career. WWE tweeted on social media and paid tribute to the legend. They also send condolences to the family, friends, and fans of Scott Hall.
Scott Hall Early Life and Career:
He was born in 1958 in Washington DC. His wrestling career started in 1984 but got highlighted in 1992. He signed the WWE name Razor Ramon in the same year. He soon became famous with the same name among fans. He also became the founding member of the New World Order (nWo) faction. The other members were his friends named Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash. He was the most charming wrestler the game has ever seen.
Scott Hall Achievements
He was a one-time world champion as he was a part of the WWC Universal Heavyweight Championship. He was also a part of the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014 and 2020. He won the WWF Intercontinental Championship four times. In his professional career, he received many awards and accomplishments. Some of his awards are mentioned below:
Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship
AWA World Tag Team Championship
WWE Hall of Fame
WWF Intercontinental Championship
Most Improved Wrestler of the Year
Tag Team of the Year
TNA World Tag Team Championship
WCW World Tag Team Championship, and many more.
Scott Hall Personal Life
Scott Hall tied the knot three times. He got married to Dana Lee Burgio in 1990. However, they got separated after eight years of relationship. They got remarried just after a year of separation and got divorced again in 2001. He married Jessica Hart in 2006. However, they got separated in 2007.
Scott’s addiction to Alcohol and Drugs
In the late 1990s, his issue with alcohol and drugs got highlighted. He also got arrested many times under various charges. He went for rehabilitation and also received many medications to cope with lung and heart-related problems.
Scott Hall’s Real Estate Investment
He resides in a 6000 square foot luxury mansion situated in San Francisco. He purchased the mansion for 10 million dollars.