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Please join me in sending up prayers for Scott Hall, who is best known as former WWE star “Razor Ramon.”

The 63-year-old two-time WWE Hall of Famer reportedly suffered three heart attacks after complications from a hip placement surgery.

Scott underwent the surgery last week after a fall.

On Saturday (March 12), he suffered a blood clot that caused three heart attacks. 

He is currently on life support.

There has been an outpouring of love, support, and prayers for Scott.

Dwayne Johnson took to Twitter writing: 

Scott Hall, pulling for you my friend. 

Stay strong! 

We need the “bad guy” back in the game 

See his original tweet below. 

Via NY Daily News:

The Maryland native joined WWF, which later became WWE, in May 1992 under the name Razor Ramon, winning four Intercontinental Championship titles. He left in May 1996 for competitor WCW, where he formed The Outsiders with Nash. Shortly after, Hogan joined the stable and they became the New World Order.

In early 2000, he left WCW and jumped around to other promotions, including back to WWF, New Japan Pro-Wrestling and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.

Please join me in saying a prayer for Scott Hall to make a full and speedy recovery.