Millionaire Scott Hall gave up his pride to help an independent wrestler survive just to teach him a key lesson

WWE and WCW legend Scott Hall has passed away. He was on life support after three heart attacks, but the miracle fans were hoping for never happened. It will forever be remembered as a dark day for the professional wrestling industry.

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There are several reasons why Hall will be remembered. It could be because of his portrayal of Razor Ramon or his work with The nWo or his overall personality. However, Indy Wrestler Luke Hawx remembers Scott Hall for the gentleman he was.

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Hawx took to social media to tell a story about Hall that is different from what fans usually hear. He revealed that he and Scott Hall met in 2006/2007.

The duo hit it off and Hall was one of the few superstars who paid attention to independent wrestlers. Hall and Hawx went out to dinner and hung out the whole time at Insane Clown Posse JCW

Now it was Hall who got the check for everything. Hawx was slightly embarrassed as he knew he couldn’t repay the WWE legend. When he told Hall that, the caption revealed he didn’t need a refund. But, a promise that he would seek out young talent as they rise through the ranks like he did for Hawx.

It was an important lesson in Hawx’s life, and he respected the words Scott Hall had left him.

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What happened to Scott Hall?

WWE’s Razor Ramon, aka Scott Hall, had broken his hip after a fall. He was rushed to surgery.

While the surgery went well, a loose blood clot created all the complications. This led to three heart attacks, and Hall was then put on life support.

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Hall’s family had to decide whether or not to pull the plug. Kevin Nash informed fans that his family will once they calm down.

Hall’s legacy will forever resonate in WWE and professional wrestling history. Even though he is no longer a fan, everyone will remember him fondly and admire him for his contributions to industry and business.

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WWE paid tribute to Scott Hall on WWE Raw: March 14, 2022.

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