KEY POINTS

  • WWE legend Scott Hall is on life support due to surgery complications
  • He was undergoing a procedure to address a broken him before a blood clot allegedly got loose
  • Hall was scheduled to be at WrestleMania 38 this year, according to sources

One of the biggest names in the wrestling entertainment industry, Scott Hall, is reportedly on life support.

In a report from PW Torch, the former WWE Intercontinental Champion is now clinging to life at the Wellstar Kennstone Hospital in Cobb County, Georgia after a procedure to address a broken hip garnered major complications.

The complication surfaced when a blood clot "got loose" during the operation.

The 63-year-old allegedly suffered three heart attacks on Saturday, March 12.

The retired American wrestler is considered one of the bonafide legends of the industry who remains to be loved by fans to this day.

He drew prominence in WWE when he performed under the ring name "Razor Ramon."

From there, he moved to WCW where he went by his real name.

Hall is also known to be one of the founding members of the New World Order (nWo) alongside fellow wrestling legends Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash.

Apart from holding the WWE Intercontinental Championship on four occasions, Hall also won several other titles, including the WCW United States Title twice, WCW World Television Championship, and WCW World Tag Team Championship.

Hall also appeared on several WrestleMania events through the years.

He was allegedly scheduled to make an appearance at this year’s WrestleMania 38.

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