Scott Hall

Scott Hall, famously known as Razor Ramon in WWE, is a legendary figure in professional wrestling. With his distinctive look, charismatic persona, and impressive in-ring skills, Hall made a significant impact in both WWE and WCW. He was a founding member of the influential New World Order (nWo) faction, which played a pivotal role in the Monday Night Wars and changed the landscape of professional wrestling.

  • Real Name: Scott Oliver Hall
  • Ring Names: Scott Hall, Razor Ramon
  • Nicknames: “The Bad Guy”
  • Birth Date: October 20, 1958
  • Birth Place: St. Mary’s County, Maryland, USA
  • Height: 6 ft 7 in (201 cm)
  • Weight: 287 lbs (130 kg)
  • Debut: 1984
  • Trained By: Hiro Matsuda

Championships and Accomplishments

  • WWF Intercontinental Championship (4 times)
  • WWF World Tag Team Championship (1 time)
  • WCW World Tag Team Championship (7 times)
  • WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (2 times)
  • WWE Hall of Fame (2014 as Razor Ramon, 2020 as part of the nWo)

Notable Rivalries

  • Shawn Michaels, particularly remembered for their iconic Ladder Match at WrestleMania X, which is considered one of the greatest matches in WWE history.
  • Bret “The Hitman” Hart, with memorable matches for the WWF Intercontinental Championship.
  • Kevin Nash, both as tag team partners and rivals, their dynamic played a significant role in both WWE and WCW.
  • Goldberg, featuring intense battles during the peak of WCW.
  • Jeff Jarrett, involving multiple confrontations in both WWE and WCW.

Legacy

Scott Hall’s legacy is marked by his groundbreaking contributions to professional wrestling and his ability to evolve his character over time. As Razor Ramon, Hall’s portrayal of the cool, tough-talking “Bad Guy” made him one of the most memorable characters of the early 1990s. His catchphrases, such as “Say hello to The Bad Guy,” and his toothpick flick became iconic elements of his persona.

Hall’s move to WCW and the formation of the nWo alongside Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan revolutionized professional wrestling. The nWo’s impact on the industry was profound, leading to increased viewership and intense competition between WCW and WWE.

Despite personal struggles, Hall’s contributions to wrestling were recognized with his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame, both individually and as a member of the nWo. His influence is seen in the careers of many wrestlers who followed, inspired by his charisma, in-ring ability, and dedication to the craft.

Scott Hall remains a beloved and influential figure in professional wrestling, celebrated for his role in some of the most significant moments in the industry’s history. His legacy as “The Bad Guy” endures, reminding fans of his remarkable career and impact on professional wrestling.

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