Scott Hall Biography

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Nick Name: Last Call Scott Hall

Birthday: October 20, 1958

Nationality: American

Age: 62 Years, 62 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Libra

Also Known As: Scott Oliver Hall

Born in: St. Mary's County, Maryland, United States

Famous as: Professional wrestler

Wrestlers American Men

Height: 6'7" (201 cm), 6'7" Males

Family:

Spouse/Ex-: Dana Lee Burgio (m. 1999–2001), Jessica Hart (m. 2006–2007)

children: Cassidy Hall, Cody Taylor Hall

U.S. State: Maryland

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education: Munich American High School

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Scott Hall is a retired American wrestler who has professionally wrestled in WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc., formerly WWF) and WCW (World Wrestling Championship). He is well-known by the moniker ‘Razor Ramon’ to wrestling fans the world over. With a career spanning over 25 years, he has wrestled under many other names like ‘The Diamond Studd’, ‘Texas Scott’, etc. in TNA, NWA and AWA. He was born into an armed forces family and lived abroad for most of his childhood. After returning to the U.S., he got interested in wrestling and started training for it. Initially, he performed in smaller promotions both in the U.S. and abroad before getting his break on WCW. Throughout his career, he has won many awards and championships. He has also been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, both as ‘Razor Ramon’ and as part of a group. His personal life has been very turbulent, where he has battled substance abuse, alcoholism and legal issues which became a part of his storyline on WCW. He has been married twice and has two children.

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Childhood & Early Life

Scott Hall was born on October 20, 1958, in St. Mary’s County, Maryland into a family that was employed by the U.S. armed forces.

Till 15 years of age, he spent most of his life on the move with his family. He attended the ‘All American High’ school in Munich, Germany. Thereafter, his family came back to the U.S., where he graduated with a pre-medical degree from ‘St. Mary’s College’ in Maryland.

By the time he left college, he had become interested in wrestling and began training for it.

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Career

In 1984, Scott Hall debuted as a professional wrestler in South Carolina and later participated in CWF (Championship Wrestling Florida) for NWA (National Wrestling Alliance).

In 1985, Scott Hall was noticed by AWA (American Wrestling Association), who signed him up for their league. In 1987, he wrestled in NJPW (New Japan Pro-Wrestling) league.

In 1989, he left AWA to join NWA, just a year before AWA became defunct. In June that year, as part of a new initiative by NWA to develop young talent, ‘he appeared in a vignette and a house show. In July, he made his television debut for WCW.

In 1990, he tried out for a WWF Wrestling Challenge but was not successful in the attempt. Thereafter, he signed up with NJPW again. He also competed under the moniker ‘Texas Scott’ in CWA’s ‘Catch Cup 90’ league in Germany.

In 1991, he was part of the WCW’s Puerto Rico promotion. In April that year, he returned to WCW under the nickname ‘The Diamond Studd.’

In 1992, he was signed on by WWF and started wrestling under the moniker ‘Razor Ramon’, styled as a flashy Cuban gangster from Miami.

In 1996, he joined WCW, and co-founded the famous ‘New World Order’ group. Scott was fired from WCW in October of 2000, allegedly due to drunken behavior on a German tour.

In 2000, he had to take a break from wrestling due to a neck injury. In 2001, he made a comeback in Japan by joining NJPW. He also competed in a few matches in Alabama and Florida.

In 2002, he signed up with WWF under the condition of re-establishing the ‘New World Order’ with his friends Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash. He also competed in a TNA event that year, which was the promotion’s first pay-per-view show.

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In 2004, he and his friend, Kevin Nash, made a comeback at TNA.

In 2007, Scott Hall resurrected his ‘Razor Ramon’ persona by returning to WCW. That year, he also appeared in JCW (Juggalo Championship Wrestling).

In May 2010, he made an appearance at Continental Championship Wrestling. In June, after sporadically working with TNA for about eight years, he left the promotion due to his personal and legal issues.

From 2011 to 2012, he continued making appearances on the independent circuit for promotions like ’Vintage Pro Wrestling’, ‘I Believe in Wrestling’, etc.

In 2015, he joined GFW (Global Force Wrestling) for a very short duration. He was also seen in a WWE event, Raw, that year.

In 2016, he participated in the televised events of ‘World Association of Wrestling’ in England.

In 2019, he came back to WWE for a RAW Reunion event.

Awards & Achievements

In October 1993, Scott Hall won his first ‘WWE Intercontinental Championship’.

From 1993 to 96, he was the first-ever WWE wrestler to become a four-time ‘WWE Intercontinental Champion’

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In 1997, he won the ‘WCW World War 3’ championship title.

In 2014, as ‘Razor Ramon’, he was inducted into the ‘WWE Hall of Fame’.

In 2020, he will be inducted into the ‘WWE Hall of Fame’ as part of the ‘New World Order’ group.

He has won ‘WCW United States Heavyweight Championship’ twice.

He is a former winner of ‘WCW Television Championship’.

He has won the ‘World Tag Team Championship’ nine times, once each with AWA and TNA and seven times with WCW.

Family & Personal Life

In the 1980s, Scott Hall is said to have accidentally killed a man during a struggle over a gun. This led to a lifelong guilt and the beginning of his alcohol addiction.

In 1990, he married Dana Lee Burgio. Their son, Cody Taylor, was born in 1991 and their daughter, Cassidy Lee, was born in 1995.

In 1998, Dana Lee Burgio divorced him on account of his drug issues. In 1999, he remarried Dana. In 2001, he and Dana got divorced again.

In 2006, Scott Hall married Jessica Hart. The marriage ended in a divorce in 2007.

Scott Hall now lives as a retired wrestler in the U.S.

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