Scott Hall Tributes Flood In Following His Passing

Scott Hall
Credit: WWE

The likes of Triple H and Diamond Dallas page have led the tributes to Scott Hall, who passed away at the age of 63 on 14th March 2022 following multiple heart attacks which came about as a result of hip surgery.

Wade Keller of Pro Wrestling Torch reported on 13th March that ‘The Bad Guy’ had suffered three heart attacks and was on life support, seemingly caused by blood clots which were the result of a complication of his surgery the week before.

It was confirmed later that day by Kevin Nash that once Scott Hall’s family were around him, the life support would be removed. It is then reported that the two-time WWE Hall Of Famer lived for a further six hours before passing away, in what was described by Diamond Dallas Page as his friend not putting death “over clean”.

My brother has gone on to Valhalla to raise some hell with Dusty, Macho and all to many of our other brothers & sisters.
You shook up the world Bad Guy!
Thank you so much for driving & teaching me all that you did in this crazy business we loved so much!
Thank you for letting me drive the last decade. So we all could enjoy your presence, your wit and your charm.
Scott was taken off the ventilator at 12pm today BUT he didn’t leave this earth till after 6ish pm…
The bad guy till the end.
“YO Death, what’s your finisher? Can’t wait to kick out”
He may not have kicked out,
but he wasn’t gonna put that MF’er over clean❤️
You were one tough SOB I Love you & miss you with all my heart! @realkevinnash
RIP
Dally

My brother has gone on to Valhalla to raise some hell with Dusty, Macho and all to many of our other brothers & sisters!…

Posted by Diamond Dallas Page on Monday, March 14, 2022

It was clear before that Scott Hall was respected by the wrestling industry, however the outpouring in his passing flooded social media, with many friends and fellow superstars posting tributes.

Triple H posted on Twitter with his own personal message.

I’m gutted…Lost a brother
I love you Scott!!
I’ll see you down the road…
#BuddySystem

Kevin Owens had a unique opportunity to pay tribute to ‘The Bad Guy’, opening the edition of Monday Night Raw after Hall’s passing using his signature ‘Hey yo’ catchphrase.

Below is just a selection of the tributes which have been paid to the late Scott Hall. Everyone at Hooked On Sport sends our thoughts and sincere condolences to his family and friends.