WWE legend Scott Hall fighting for his life in hospital after hip operation

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WWE superstar Scott Hall is reportedly on life support in hospital following major complications after surgery on a broken hip.

Specialist Pro Westling site PW Torch, reports that the former wrestler – also known as Razor Ramon – is barely clinging to life at a Georgia hospital following a surgical procedure on his broken hip.

Early reports suggest that a blood clot from the incision may have affected Scott's vital organs, leading to three heart attacks overnight on Saturday.

Scott Hall began his career in the CWF in 1984, moving to the AWA a year later, before transferring his allegiance to WCW in 1989.

He then broke ties with WCW at the end of year, heading to a number of promotions including New Japan Pro Wrestling.

In WCW, he and Kevin Nash formed The Outsiders, providing WCW Nitro with a massive ratings boost. Hulk Hogan later joined the group which was called the NWO.

It was after a switch to the WWF in 1992, that gave Scott his biggest break – adopting a cartel boss persona and wrestling under the name "Razor Ramon" rose up the pecking order, enjoying numerous Intercontinental Championships.

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