Multiple Sources are reporting that former WWE Star and Hall Of Famer Scott Hall was admitted to hospital on Saturday after suffering from chest pain.
Hall was in Lowestoft, England, attending an event of World Association of Wrestling and was hospitalised after suffering the pain backstage. Scott’s hospitalisation was confirmed by the owner of WAW through a Facebook post as seen below:
Although he was later released and flew back home, it’s being reported that the doctors didn’t clear him to get on a plane. It’s not known whether he was released after doctor’s orders or against it.
It’s worth noticing that the former WWE star has a history of heart-related problems. He had a defibrillator and a pacemaker implanted into his chest back in 2010.
Scott worked for WWE from 1992 to 1996 and joined WCW afterwards. He has wrestled for almost all other well-known companies as well such as TNA, NJPW and even ECW.
During his career, he won multiple championships including the WWE Intercontinental Championship 4 times and was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame on 2014.