Scott Hall Death Cause, Wife, Net Worth, Bio

Scott Hall, also known as Razor Ramon was a retired American wrestler who competed professionally in WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) and WCW (World Championship Wrestling) (World Wrestling Championship). Furthermore, Razor Ramon debuted in professional wrestling in 1984 and rose to a career after joining the WWF in May 1992.

Early Life of Scott Hall

Scott Oliver Hall, better known by his stage name Razor Ramon, was born on October 20, 1958, in St. Mary’s County, Maryland, USA. He was 63 years old and a citizen of the United States at the time of his death.

He was also a Christian and a Libra by religion. He was the son of an army officer. As a result, the family had to relocate every year. Aside from that, there is no more information about his parents or siblings.

In terms of academics, he attended the ‘All American High school in Munich, Germany. His family then returned to the United States, where he earned a pre-medical degree from ‘St. Mary’s College’ in Maryland. By the time he graduated from college, he had developed an interest in wrestling and had begun to train for it.

Death

In March 2022, he broke his hip and had hip replacement surgery. Following the surgery, a blood clot was dislodged, and he suffered three heart attacks as a result. He died on March 14, 2022, at the age of 63, at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, Georgia.

Net Worth of Scott Hall

His net worth was estimated to be around $4 million at the time of his death, and his annual salary was around $1.4 million in 2000.

Wife of Scott Hall

In 1990, he married Dana Lee Burgio. The couple had a son, Cody Taylor, and a daughter, Cassidy Lee. The couple divorced in 1998, remarried in 1999, and divorced again a year later. He married Jessica Hart, whom he met through a mutual friend, in 2006. However, the relationship did not work out this time, and they divorced in 2007.

According to reports, he was also rumored to be dating Lisa Howell in 2012. He is a single man in his early sixties who enjoys his newfound freedom.

Height of Scott Hall

He is 6 feet 7 inches tall and weighs approximately 130 kg. He also had an athletic build, green eyes and back, and grey hair. He also has a shoe size of 15.

Professional Career

In 1984, he made his pro wrestling debut in South Carolina, and he later competed for NWA in CWF (Championship Wrestling Florida) (National Wrestling Alliance). In 1985, the AWA (American Wrestling Association) noticed him and signed him up for their league. He wrestled in the NJPW (New Japan Pro-Wrestling) league in 1987. He left AWA to join NWA in 1989, just a year before the company went bankrupt.

In June of that year, he took part in a vignette and a house show as part of NWA’s new push to develop new talent. In July, he made his professional wrestling debut on WCW. In 1990, he attempted but failed to compete in a WWF Wrestling Challenge. He then re-enlisted with NJPW.

Furthermore, he competed in CWA’s ‘Catch Cup 90’ league in Germany under the alias ‘Texas Scott.’ In 1991, he was a part of the WCW’s Puerto Rico promotion. In April of that year, he returned to WCW under the alias ‘The Diamond Studd.’

In 1992, he was signed by the WWF and began wrestling as ‘Razor Ramon,’ portraying a flashy Cuban criminal from Miami. Furthermore, he joined WCW in 1996 and was a founding member of the infamous ‘New World Order’ group.

In October 2000, he was fired from WCW, allegedly for drunken behavior while on tour in Germany. Due to a neck injury, he had to retire from wrestling in 2000. He returned to Japan in 2001 and joined NJPW. He also competed in a few contests in Alabama and Florida.

He joined the WWF in 2002 on the condition that he and his friends Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash restore the ‘New World Order.’

He also competed in a TNA event that year, which was the promotion’s first pay-per-view event. In 2004, he and his friend Kevin Nash made a comeback in TNA. When he returned to WCW in 2007, he resurrected his Razor Ramon character. That same year, he appeared in JCW (Juggalo Championship Wrestling).

In May 2010, he competed in Continental Championship Wrestling. Furthermore, he left the company in June after working for TNA irregularly for nearly eight years due to personal and legal issues. Throughout 2011, and into 2012, he worked for independent promotions such as ‘Vintage Pro Wrestling,’ ‘I Believe in Wrestling,’ and others.

He was a member of GFW for a short time in 2015. (Global Force Wrestling). He also appeared in a WWE event called Raw that year. In 2016, he competed in televised World Association of Wrestling tournaments in England. In 2019, he returned to WWE for a RAW Reunion event.

In October 1993, he won his first ‘WWE Intercontinental Championship.’ From 1993 to 1996, he was the first WWE wrestler to become a four-time ‘WWE Intercontinental Champion.’ He was crowned champion of the ‘WCW World War 3’ tournament in 1997. In 2014, he was inducted into the ‘WWE Hall of Fame’ as ‘Razor Ramon.’

He was inducted into the ‘WWE Hall of Fame’ in 2020 as a member of the New World Order group. He held the ‘WCW United States Heavyweight Championship two times. He was a former ‘WCW Television Championship champion. He won the ‘World Tag Team Championship’ nine times, once with AWA, once with TNA, and once with WCW.