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Scott Hall & Son No Longer On Speaking Terms

Scott Hall’s reunion with his estranged son Cody at the conclusion of ESPN’s documentary on the wrestler was short-lived as the two are no longer on speaking terms. Sources tell TMZ that Hall’s ongoing drug problems have once again forced the two apart.

ESPN’s documentary last night chronicling the wrestler’s descent showed father and son reunited after not speaking for years. Scott’s ex-wife Dana tells TMZ that the reunion in May “barely lasted a month” and the two are no longer on speaking terms.

The documentary ended with Scott working with Cody to launch his wrestling career. Dana says Cody felt it was “too hard seeing his dad in that kind of state” and therefore has no current plans to pursue wrestling.

A representative for Scott offered no comment to TMZ.


  • Jefferson D’Arcy

    @ Seth

    Yeah, you’re pretty spot-on with that. When Hall said that about the fans no longer chanting his name, he was crying. He doesn’t know how to be anything other than Scott Hall, the persona. I think he’s afraid of life after wrestling because he doesn’t know anything else. That, plus his addictions, the man is hurting. Even X-Pac, one of his closest friends said he’s been preparing for Scott’s death for the past year. For any dumbass marks, hoping Hall gets better and has one last run in the ring, forget it. The man needs to get better for HIM, not for YOU. If he can repair things with his family, great. But he needs to not be wrestling or attempting. In an ideal world, Hall will be clean and sober and an agent in WWE, mentoring younger guys. I hope it happens for him, but after watching E:60, you fear for the worst.

  • Seth

    In the E:60 piece, it sounded like Scott didn’t want to be alive. I think this goes beyond the addictions. There is something else in there. He talks about what else is there once the fans stop chanting his name. More than once he asks “why am I still alive, I should’t be.” I might be paraphrasing, but I’m sure it was close to that.

  • tombstonepildriver

    @Jay—-Fuck you nobody is ever beyond saving unless they dead.

  • rko

    Let’s go Scott. Get on the wagon and get your family back.

  • venom

    Hopefully Cody won’t do drugs. Hope he learns from his father’s mistakes.

  • RoxanneConner

    Good for his son. It’s bad enough that Hall has ruined his own life. Cody needs to keep that poison out of his.

    I’ve had to turn my back on people close to me with drug problems, too, and it was very hard. Luckily, it was never a parent, but if one of my parents was as bad off as Scott, I’d hope to be that strong.

  • Yay

    I know how the kid feels as i have the same thing with my dad

  • TheProudRepublican

    And me sounds like a tree hugging hippie libtard.

  • me

    Jay sounds like a religious nutjob

  • ajak

    Cant someone just put him on cold turkey and lock him somewhere where he cant get access to drugs and booze. The law should do something. I am sure he is not the only one facing these problems.

  • Sean Mooney

    This really is sad… hopefully there can be one last turnaround for Scott.

  • Jonny

    Here’s to hoping that Scott Hall can help himself in this. Its terrible that his addiction has gotten this far but there is always hope. I don’t doubt that he can do it and I pray for him and his loves ones that he does.

  • HR

    Guys never say never as anything is possible. Hey yo!!!!

  • Freakzilla

    The only way Scott Hall can be saved is if he has a minder 24/7. I hope he recovers but like I said on a previous thread I doubt it. Now he’s in his 50s I don’t think he has many chances left to survive. Shame about him and his son.

  • Craig

    Jay it’s not that Scott chooses his demons over his family, his demons (addiction) chooses it for him. Recovery is a hard road and sometimes addiction has such a grasp on people that there isn’t any hope no matter how clean they want to be. I pray for Scott, his family and friends that he can shake this disease before it’s to late.

  • scsa852k

    That’s sad to hear.
    After watching the segment, I thought his son would be the only hope for Scott Hall’s life.

  • Jay

    I can’t believe Scott Hall chooses his demons over family. He’s beyond saving now.