The wrestling entertainment world has lost a beloved figure with reports that Scott Hall (also known to most as Razor Ramon) passed away.

The 63-year-old underwent a medical procedure to address a broken hip, PW Torch reported. Unfortunately, complications cropped up stemming from a blood clot that reportedly got loose during the operation.

Hall suffered three heart attacks on Saturday, March 12.

The “Bad Guy” died on Monday, March 13, after he was reportedly placed on life support following the complications.

The bad news was revealed by his close friend and fellow wrestler Kevin Nash on Instagram.

"My heart is broken," Nash said. "I love Scott with all my heart but now I have to prepare my life without him in the present."

Hall is considered one of the well-known legends in the wrestling scene who rose to fame in the 1990s. He is a multi-time WWE Intercontinental Champion and also held several other titles in the WCW. He also appeared in several WrestleMania events.

Hall was allegedly set to appear at WrestleMania 38 this year.

From the WWE, 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.

Outside the squared circle, Hall has his share of struggles with alcohol and drug abuse. He went to get rehab on multiple occasions, also getting help from another known wrestler in Diamond Dallas Page.

Hall was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as “Razor Ramon” in 2014 and again in 2020 as a member of the New World Order.

“I learned that when I stepped through that curtain, that I could have a relationship as a performer with an audience,” Mr. Hall said during his 2014 induction speech. “And it was a powerful thing to me, whether I was the hated villain or the beloved hero. That was something that I’ve always treasured.”

“In my lifetime, I’ve learned hard work pays off, dreams come true, bad times don’t last, but bad guys do,” he stated.

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