Scott Hall, commonly known as Razor Ramon, died on Tuesday at the age of 63, according to the WWE. According to sources, Hall shattered his hip last month and suffered serious health issues following surgery.
On Monday, he suffered three heart attacks and died the next day.
“WWE is heartbroken to learn of the passing of Scott Hall, a two-time WWE Hall of Famer. WWE sends its sympathies to Hall’s family, friends, and fans,” the company said in a statement.
Was Scott Hall Vaccinated?
Whether Scott Hall was Vaccinated or not is not confirmed yet. Also, there is no such news report that proves his death due to the vaccine.
However, there are many rumors on the social handles like Reddit about his death cause as Vaccine but there’s no official report or research which proves this phenomenon.
Kevin Nash, a buddy of Hall’s, revealed the news about his condition on Instagram on Monday. According to Nash’s Instagram post, which was later removed, he was on life support.
Hall had hip replacement surgery last week, according to the New York Post. A leaky blood clot caused him major difficulties. In Marietta, Georgia, he was admitted to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital.
Scott Hall had a long and illustrious career in professional wrestling. Hall, also known as the “Bad Guy,” was a two-time WWE Hall of Fame inductee.
Fans, fans, and friends have expressed their sorrow at their idol’s passing.