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Triple H, Mick Foley and Shane McMahon have paid tribute to WWE legend Scott Hall.
The late Hall of Famer – who made his name as Razor Ramon – died on Monday (14.03.22) aged 63 after being taken off life support days after he suffered three heart attacks, and now the wrestling world is mourning his death.
His friend Triple H shared pictures of them together, and wrote: “I’m gutted… Lost a brother.
“I love you Scott!! I’ll see you down the road… #BuddySystem (sic)”
Foley added: “Scott Hall was a towering figure among his contemporaries – a legend inside and outside the ring.
“My deepest condolences to his friends, family and everyone who loved him. #RIPScottHall”
While McMahon tweeted: “I am so deeply saddened by the loss of Scott Hall, a singular talent and in my view, perhaps the greatest to ever perform in the squared circle.
“I will miss you, my friend. God speed. ‘Hey yo’ “
Actor Ken Jeong shared a clip from Scott’s 2014 Hall of Fame induction and added: “RIP to the Bad Guy.”
Former WWE and current AEW star Malakai Black recalled the experiences he had learning from Scott at the Performance Center.
he wrote: “I had the utmost pleasure of sitting in class with Shawn and Scott while watching back their infamous ladder match at the request of @JohnnyGargano and hear them explain why and how they did what they did, a valuable memory that will remain a life time. Travel easy, Scott.”
Ric Flair said: “Scott, you had an incredible career! As you know, we all respected you so much! Thank you for our friendship and for the greatest Survivor Series I was ever in! Rest In Peace!”
And former United States Champion Damian Priest added: “Idol. Inspiration. hero. I always wanted to be cool like Scott Hall.
“From being a fan and seeing him perform at MSG to having him give me advice, critique my work, and give his blessings to use the surfer walk and razors edge will always be a highlight of my life.
“I, like many others, will miss him. I’m so sorry and my deepest condolences to his friends and family. We will miss Scott dearly, but I will enver forget the road he paved.”