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    Scott Hall E60

    Anyone watch the Scott Hall segment on E60 last night? That footage from the show he did earlier this year in Massachusetts is crazy.

    The Wrestler: The Scott Hall Story - ESPN Video - ESPN



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    Quote Originally Posted by zarnold56 View Post
    Anyone watch the Scott Hall segment on E60 last night? That footage from the show he did earlier this year in Massachusetts is crazy.

    The Wrestler: The Scott Hall Story - ESPN Video - ESPN

    I was watching the beginning of it on ESPN.com this morning. Was he that drunk or is he that messed up in the head right now. He looks like a complete mess. Pretty sad.



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    What a train wreck. Between the roids, drugs and alcohol his body
    is wrecked. I hope that his son does not follow the same road if he
    makes it in wrestling.



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    Quote Originally Posted by Cybyassociation View Post
    I was watching the beginning of it on ESPN.com this morning. Was he that drunk or is he that messed up in the head right now. He looks like a complete mess. Pretty sad.
    He took a big mix of pills I believe for that April show, I don't think they mentioned alcohol being involved.

    Really sad to see where he is at in his life now, it wasn't that long ago he was on top of the world and now addiction has destroyed him. Rik Flair was still wrestling after 60 (granted, that's another sad story) and Hall is 53 and looks basically like a dead man walking now.



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    Sad. Very, very sad. He was one of my favorite wrestlers growing up and his ladder matches with Michaels are iconic. His and Kevin Nash's NWO gimmick was the greatest of all time. It's too bad it's come to that for him.



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    So pretty much if you become a professional wrestler your life will end badly, right?



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    So pretty much if you become a professional wrestler your life will end badly, right?
    It seems to be that way. I think it's about a 50/50 situation. Some of the stars are still around but many are not, and that's saying something considering how young the Vince McMahon era is.



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    A life of excess plus an alcoholic upbringing. Pretty sad story, as I remember Scott Hall as a total badass in the NWO.



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    I will always know him as Razor Ramon. He was oozing macheesmo. "Something happen to this gold man, something happen to you."






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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    "HEY YO"


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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    hall and nash and the nwo was awesome. I watched hall workout once when they were in CR. he and buff bagwell were at The Riveria which was in the basement of the Roosevelt Hotel downtown. they took time to talk to us to.



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    That was really hard to watch, it is amazing what happens to these guys once the lights go off.


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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    WOW. That was tough to watch. Sad.

    I stopped watching wrestling shortly after he came to the WWF as Razor Ramon back in the early 90's. But when the NWO formed and he came over to WCW with Nash and Hogan in the late 90's, I watched for about two years. I don't see wrestling EVER being as big as it was during that stretch. Anyway, after Sting, Hall was my favorite "character" on Nitro. I had no clue he had fallen this much, and this hard.



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    Found an article about it. It mentions that his life is basically like Mickey Rourke's character in "The Wrestler" and that's pretty close to the truth.

    Scott Hall: "I should have been dead 100 times" - Sports Blog - CBS News



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    Re: Scott Hall E60

    Wasn't Taylor Mansfield given the opportunity to join the WWE?



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