I used to be a big wrestling fan when I was younger. My grandmother and I used to be locked in every weekend watching some of the popular names in wrestling during those times. I remember names like Junkyard Dog. Tony Atlas. Wildfire Tommy Rich, Ric Flair, and others. After my grandmother passed, I used to still be a fan and would often think of her while watching it. As I got older some newer names started to come to the forefront including Hulk Hogan, The Ultimate Warrior, and eventually, Razor Ramon who we would later find out was an alias to Scott Hall. I will talk more about that later.

Yesterday, the news came that he was on life support after a Hip Surgery and unfortunately things weren't looking very good for him. All I could do was think back to when Hulk Hogan recruited Kevin Nash and Scott Hall to join him to form NWO. There was no one that could beat them, and while many of them were former stars of WWE when they joined WCW, the competition was fierce. They became something that was untouchable Each member played their position in the NWO (New World Order) but there was just something about Scott Hall. His demeanor was second to none, and his rugged accent and attitude let everyone know that he was not one to be messed with.


I will always remember Scott "Razor Ramon" Hall as he was an inspiration to many of the children and young teenagers in the world. He was also very influential with many in the music world especially the Hip Hop community. Scott Hall will be missed by everyone but his legacy lives on.



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