WWE legend Razor Ramon dies after family turned off life support

Hall was rushed to the hospital after falling and breaking his hip and he suffered three heart attacks.
Scot Hall (File)

Scot Hall (File)

WWE legend, Scot Hall - popularly known as Razor Ramon, passed away after being taken off life support Monday afternoon.

The HALL of fame wrestler's death was announced during Monday Night Raw, on March 14.

He was 63 years of age.

Hall was rushed to the hospital after falling and breaking his hip and according to The US Sun, he suffered three heart attacks after a blood clot got loose, and was placed on life support as a result.

The Hall of Famer previously revealed how he would use steroids to enhance his performance in the ring.

He would then take cocaine after a match and mix downers and booze, washing anti-anxiety med Xanax, down with beer, he had previously said.

His health had been much better since his retirement.

He began his career in 1984 but rose to fame after signing with WWF in 1992.

He left the company after four years and joined the WCW instead - becoming a member of the New World Order (NWO).

In 2000 he returned to the WWF.

Hall was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014, and again, in 2020, as a member of the NWO.

The likes of Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Sean Waltman, Sting, Matt Hardy and Paige have led the tributes to the late icon on social media.

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