The Undertaker: "Scott Hall is an example of how choices pay off in life"

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The Undertaker: "Scott Hall is an example of how choices pay off in life"

Only a few days ago we unfortunately had to report the bad news of the death of WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall, who died after three cardiac arrests that were fatal to him, after breaking his hip, due to a fall he suffered a few days ago the former athlete.

A little more than 60 years old, therefore, one of the most important Bad Guys in the history of WWF / E has passed away, who had also made the history of WCW in his own way, passing to perform in the rings of the Turner family.

in the 90s, when he also allied himself with Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash, to form the historic NWO. Apparently, the death of the former WWE athlete had been in the air for some time now, with his condition having dramatically worsened during the covid-19 pandemic, as alleged by some of his best friends, such as Sean Waltman, friend and colleague of WWE.

In his latest interview, the legendary The Undertaker also wanted to talk about the difficult life and situation before the death of his colleague.cIn his last chat to the microphones of SHAK Wrestling, The Undertaker wanted to say about the late colleague: "Dude, one of the greatest in-ring workers.

He was truly blessed, he and Shawn in that Ladder match at Madison Square Garden, it was one of the iconic and legendary matches. This is just another sad example, we have lost too many kids like this, definitely at too young an age.

Some make choices when they are very young and then don't see the ramifications these choices have in their lives. You can't escape from all of this. But it's still sad to lose a guy you've been in the trenches with for years.

I was on my first Japan tour with Scott and Scott took me under his wing. He showed me the ropes in 1988 or 89 whatever year he was. You know, we went to eat together, it was a really sad day. And I knew it was sad for Nash, for Shawn and Triple H and X-Pac, all those guys.

They were all so close and I know how hard it is to walk away from guys you have so much fellowship with. I feel bad for them, I feel bad for Scott's family, it's just another big loss for our business, which everyone has suffered."