Wrestlers On Scott Hall Passing, Retired Superstar Open To Returning
As the wrestling world continues to mourn, wrestlers reflect on Scott Hall and his passing. Plus, a retired superstar ponders a return.
The sports entertainment world is still reeling from the passing of WWE Hall of Famer, Scott Hall. As family, friends, and fans mourn, many wrestlers have taken the time to pay their respects to the legend.
Wrestlers On Scott Hall Passing
Simply put, Scott Hall was a wrestling icon. He stormed into the WWE in the early 90s, oozing machismo, as Razor Ramon.
I love you my friend!!
— Shawn Michaels (@ShawnMichaels) March 15, 2022
He changed the face of sports entertainment when he and Kevin Nash jumped over to WCW, forming one of the biggest stables in wrestling history, nWo. He was one of the greatest Intercontinental Champions of all time and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, twice.
I’m gutted…Lost a brother
I love you Scott!!
I’ll see you down the road…#BuddySystem pic.twitter.com/Qx2he0TetS
— Triple H (@TripleH) March 15, 2022
As reported earlier on WNZ, Scott Hall fell down and suffered a hip injury, last week. He was rushed to the hospital and underwent surgery for the injury.
He wore that shirt every week & had the rest of the nWo(Hulk,Dusty, Macho Man) always shout me out on live TV while I was out with a broken neck. Just one example of what a good friend he was. #RIPScottHall pic.twitter.com/eBCg7FoOH6
— Sean Waltman (@TheRealXPac) March 15, 2022
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After a blood clot was extracted, Hall suffered from three heart attacks, this past Saturday. He was placed on life support at that point but taken off of it, yesterday.
Hall passed away hours later. The WWE announced Scott’s passing during Monday Night RAW.
Heart breaking, HUGE loss. He definitely made us all better – helped me with that one-of-a-kind Scott Hall insight. So many “Too Sweet” memories.
Scott – you will be missed. pic.twitter.com/Y2duSyrxlY
— Sting (@Sting) March 15, 2022
SCOTT HALL BUBBA I LOVE YOU FOREVER. I MISS YOU FOREVER
— The Iron Sheik (@the_ironsheik) March 14, 2022
Scott Hall Passing – Wrestlers Share Tributes
The outpouring of tributes from friends and colleagues of Scott Hall has surfaced on social media. From Triple H, Shawn Michaels, X-Pac, Kevin Nash, as well as Mick Foley, Nattie, Iron Sheik, and more, many within the business have taken the time to honor the legendary Hall.
RIP SCOTT HALL pic.twitter.com/Fl2MbW6dj0
— Matt Cardona (@TheMattCardona) March 15, 2022
A handful of these posts can be found sprinkled throughout this article. There’s also a special one from Matt Cardona (a.k.a. Zack Ryder) profiling when he met Hall as a kid (fan) and as an adult (colleague).
My family and I are saddened to hear of the passing of our friend, Scott Hall. I knew him most of my life and he will be very missed. Our prayers go out to his family and friends. #RIPScottHall pic.twitter.com/gBPwUw250T
— Joe Hennig (@JoeHennig) March 15, 2022
On behalf of WNZ our sincerest condolences go out to family, friends, colleagues, and fans of Scott Hall. The Bad Guy will forever live in our hearts and fond wrestling memories.
So many prayers for Scott Hall and his family right now. The wrestling community is a very strong family and near or far, we have each others backs. Times like these are never easy but I do know there are so many incredible people waiting for you on the other side, ‘Bad Guy.’ 💜 pic.twitter.com/KGTpWR44BR
— Nattie (@NatbyNature) March 15, 2022
It’s the question many fans ask themselves from time to time. Does any wrestler ever truly stay in retirement?
Retired Superstar Open To Returning
Sarah Logan has been away from the WWE for a while now. She was released from the company in April 2020 due to pandemic budget cuts and announced her pregnancy shortly after.
Married to Viking Kings’ Erik Rowe, the couple welcomed a beautiful baby boy named Cash, in February 2021. One only has to take a look at Sarah’s Instagram account to see that she’s enjoying motherhood to its fullest.
However, it does sound like Sarah’s looking forward to returning to the ring again at some point soon. She recently participated in the 2022 Royal Rumble.
Still, it seems that Logan wants more than just a small spot in a match. Sarah shed light on this during an East Coast Auctions online session.
It All Depends On Cash
As Sarah puts it, she is interested in wrestling again. She adds that a return depends on Cash.
As she puts it, she wants to return to the ring but may need more than “two hours” sleep at night. Babies just love to wake up in the middle of the night, whether it’s for a feeding, teething issues, or any number of other reasons.
Interestingly enough, Sarah makes it clear that she’s more interested in a part-time return. She notes that she really likes her farm and life, currently, and makes it clear that “one or two” shows, “here and there” would be best.
Logan also joked around that she could give a “surprise” appearance at the women’s AEW Owen Hart Cup. But that was only in jest … or was it?
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