The two-time WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall recently passed away at the age of 63 and the pro-wrestling fraternity was devastated by the news. WWE and WCW legend Diamond Dallas Page (DDP) has had a fair share of encounters with ‘The Bad Guy’ during their careers. DDP helped bring Scott back from some serious health issues as well. Page welcomed The Bad Guy to his “accountability crib,” where they worked on all things mind, body, and spirit.
DDP had dinner with family members of Scott Hall
DDP recently took to his Instagram account and shared several photos from a visit with the Hall family, including Hall’s daughter Cassidy and son Cody, after Scott’s passing. Page said that they enjoyed a delicious steak dinner. All the while, the group shared stories about Scott.
“Had an awesome steak dinner last night with @realscotthall family
@cassastrudel @realcodyhall @manowarfan1 we sat around and told stories of the Bad Guy”
You can check it out below:
It was reported that he was on life support following complications from hip replacement surgery before being taken off. Last week he underwent surgery. He had serious complications following the surgery according to Pro Wrestling Torch. It was further noted that Hall reportedly had three heart attacks on Saturday. According to the report from the Torch, Hall was then hospitalized at Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, Georgia.
Many stars of the pro-wrestling fraternity paid tribute to the WWE Hall of Famer including Sting, who is currently signed with AEW. The former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley, who is currently sidelined with an injury also paid tribute to the WCW legend.
During an edition of his Hall of Fame podcast, five-time WCW Champion Booker T discussed the death of Scott Hall. Credit to WrestlingNews.co for the below.
“I tell you, man, he was a genuine dude. Of course, he had his flaws and whatnot, and we all do,” Booker said. But as far as guys in this business that I can call a friend, there’s very few. Scott Hall was one of my friends, and I’m going to miss that dude.” He continued, “But I swear, man, I’m still finding it hard to believe that he’s gone.”