Scott Hall

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Scott Hall

Born

10/20/1958, Miami, Florida, USA

Birth Name

Scott Oliver Hall

Gender

Male

Also Known As

Big Scott Hall, The Bad Guy, The Diamond Stud, The Diamond Studd, Last Call Scott Hall, The Lone Wolf, Magnum Scott Hall, Starsh, Too Sweet, Coyote, Starship Coyote, 'Big' Scott Hall, Texas Scott, Razor Ramon
9.0
out of 10
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18 votes

Biography

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Born on October 20th, 1958, the infamous Scott Hall took his first steps down the long and twisted road of wrestling in 1986, in the same year, he captured the AWA Championship. His Spectacular Performances in the division propelled him to superstardom. In 1989, The Now-Defunct WCW Promotion…more

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Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • At a show in Madison Square Garden in 1996, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels and Triple H all broke their kayfabe characters by celebrating in the ring after the main event between Nash aka Diesel and Shawn Michaels. This was Hall and Nash's final appearance before leaving for WCW.

    • Scott Hall and Kevin Nash were named Tag Team of the Year by PWI in 1997.

    • The Outsiders, Hall and Nash, defeated Harlem Heat at Halloween Havoc 1996 to win the WCW Tag Team Titles for the first time.

    • Scott lost to Jeff Hardy at TNA's Final Resolution 2005.

    • At Ringsidefest.com's 2006 event in New York City, Scott Hall signed a WWE Legends deal.

    • The original nWo, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan appeared on WWF programming for the first time ever at No Way Out 2002 on February 17, 2002.

    • Razor Ramon defeated Jeff Jarrett by disqualification at Wrestlemania 11. Because the match ended with a disqualification, Razor failed to win the Intercontinental Championship.

    • At Royal Rumble 1993, Razor Ramon failed to win the WWF Championship from Bret Hart.

    • Scott was named Most Improved Wrestler of the Year by PWI in 1992.

    • In December of 1999, Scott Hall joined the group nWo 2000.

    • Razor Ramon defeated Irwin R. Schyster at the 1994 Royal Rumble to retain the IC Title.

    • On the Oct. 10, 1993 edition of Raw, Razor Ramon defeated Rick Martel to win the WWF Intercontinental Championship. This was Scott Hall's first singles title in the WWF.

    • On the Jan. 10, 1994 edition of Raw, Razor Ramon and the 1-2-3 Kid defeated the Quebecers to win the WWF Tag Team Championships.

    • Scott, as Razor Ramon, won his first Wrestlemania match by defeating Bob Backlund at Wrestlemania 9.

    • Scott Hall's first WWF PPV match came at Survivior Series 1992. Scott, wrestling under the name Razor Ramon, teamed with Ric Flair and lost by disqualification to Randy Savage and Mr. Perfect.

    • Scott Hall defeated Roddy Piper at Superbrawl IX to win the WCW United States Championship for the first time.

    • Scott Hall lost to Stone Cold Steve Austin at Wrestlemania 18.

    • At Starrcade 1998, Scott Hall disguised himself as a security staff member and used a stun gun on Goldberg during his title match with Kevin Nash. Nash covered Goldberg to become the WCW World Heavyweight Champion.

    • Scott got his shot at the WCW World Heavyweight Title at Uncensored 1998. He was defeated by Sting.

    • Scott won the 60 man battle royal at World War 3 1997 on Nov. 23, 1997. This victory would later give him a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.

    • Scott Hall's first appearance on WCW television after leaving the WWF was an unannounced interview on May 27, 1996 on WCW Monday Night Nitro.

    • Scott Hall was ranked as the #72 greatest wrestler in the PWI years by PWI in 2003.

    • Scott wrestled his last match for WCW at Superbrawl 2000 on Feb. 20, 2000. He lost a triple threat match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.

    • In TNA in late 2004, the group of Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Jeff Jarrett were known as the Kings of Wrestling.

    • Scott wrestled at TNA's first PPV.

    • Scott has won the WCW World Television Championship once.

    • Scott Hall has two children with his ex-wife Dana. They married in 1989 and got divorced in 2000.

    • Scott Hall briefly wrestled for ECW. He wrestled three non televised matches on November 10 and 11, 2000. He was later released from ECW after getting arrested.

    • In Scott Hall's last match in the WWF before heading to WCW in 1996, he was defeated by Vader at In Your House Good Friends, Better Enemies.

    • Razor Ramon lost to Shawn Michaels in their second Ladder Match at Summerslam 1995.

    • The Ladder Match that Scott Hall won at Wrestlemania 10 was the first WWF match to receive a five star rating from Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

    • When Scott Hall first wrestled for WCW in the early 1990s, he was known as The Diamond Studd.

    • Razor Ramon defeated Diesel at SummerSlam 1994 to win the WWF Intercontinental Championship.

    • The team of Scott Hall and Kevin Nash won the WCW World Tag Team Championship six times.

    • Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania 10 in the first televised Ladder Match in WWF history.

    • Scott Hall teamed with Curt Hennig to win the AWA World Tag Team Championship by defeating Jimmy Garvin & Steve Regal on January 18, 1986.

    • Scott Hall has wrestled for the American Wrestling Association (AWA), World Wrestling Federation (WWF), World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA).

    • Scott Hall is considered to be one of the greatest wrestlers to never win a major World Championship.

    • In WCW, Scott Hall's finishing move was known as The Outsider's Edge.

    • His WWF character, Razor Ramon, who was a Cuban-American from Miami, was modeled after Tony Montana, Al Pacino's character from the movie Scarface.

    • Scott Hall vs. Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania X, won the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Match of the Year in 1994.

    • Here is a list of his Signature Moves

      -Outsider's Edge / Razor's Edge
      -Snap-Ab Suplex (Fallaway slam)
      -Snap-Ab Superplex
      -Hall Buster (Bulldog)
      -Super belly to back suplex
      -Discus punch
      -Chokeslam
      -Neckbreaker
      -Sleeper hold
      -Abdominal stretch

    • Razor Ramon is a 4 Time WWE Intercontinental Champion

    • Scott Hall is most famous for being a member of one of the largest factions in wrestling history, the n.W.o

    • Scott was a member of The Kliq.

    • Scott was trained by Hiro Matsuda, Barry Windham and Mike Rotunda.

    • On Christmas Eve 2000, Scott was arrested for DUI.

    • Scott has held the WCW United States Heavyweight Champion twice.

    • Scott is a 7-Time WCW World Tag-Team Champion, once with the Giant and 6 times with Kevin Nash.

    • Scott's previous managers include; Diamond Dallas Page, Ted DiBiase, April Hunter, and Dusty Rhodes .

    • The Razors Edge is Scotts finishing move.

  • Quotes

    • Scott Hall: Hey Zbysko... we were watching old tapes of you wrestling in fast forward, and you still didn't move.

    • Scott Hall: We are coming down here and, like it or not, we are taking over!

    • Scott Hall: You tell billionaire Ted to break out the money and get anybody he can because the big man, and the medium sized man, and our surprise buddy are gonna carve them up!

    • Scott Hall: You want a war? You got one.

    • Scott Hall: It comes back to what Chief Jay Strongbow told us years ago, 'In this business you can make friends or you can make money'. And I remember lookin at Kev and X-Pac and going, I already got some friends, I'd like the money.

    • Scott Hall: You people, you know who I am... but you don't know why I'm here.

SUBMIT REVIEW
  • the WWE needs him back

    9.3
    scott hall aka razor ramon was one of my all time favourite wrestlers. i wish he would be included in a wwe gam as a legend because it would be sweet. i remember all of his matches and feuds with shawn michaels for the intercontinental belt- the best was the ladder match. although he came back for a while in the WWE with kevin nash i heard he had some personal problems and he left again. then he reappeared in tna with nash and wasn't there long enough to win a title or make an impact (pun intended)) bring him back. we miss you scott.moreless
  • What has he not done for the wrestling business

    9.7
    What has he not done for the wrestling business, I mean the guy went years and years, without ever becoming a Heavyweight Champion. I love watching his classic matches as the great Razor Ramon back in the old WWF. He also made a huge impact as a member of one of the greatest factions ever the nWo
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