“We lit the shit in the ring”; Dwayne Johnson remembers the legendary Scott Hall after the fall of the WWE Hall of Famer » FirstSportz
The wrestling fraternity was saddened by the news of the death of two-time WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall. The legend passed away on March 14, 2022 after some serious complications following surgery. Scott Hall recently had hip surgery which released a blood clot, causing the legend to suffer three heart attacks in a short space of time, leaving him on life support.
But shortly after his family was hospitalized, they decided to go off life support and let the legend die. But the WWE Hall of Famer still had the power to continue breathing for some time, but up to a certain limit, after which the “bad guy” entered the sky. The whole world was shocked and disheartened that the legend had left the world.
Dwayne Johnson shared a heartfelt story about Scott Hall after his death
In addition to responding to Scott Hall’s death, Hollywood megastar Dwayne Johnson shared a story that brought tears to all who knew. The People’s Champ took to Instagram and revealed a moment he had with Scott Hall during the Attitude Era. Here’s what he wrote on his Instagram handle:
“Pro wrestling just lost a legend at Scott Hall. Scott came from an era of pro wrestling where wrestlers were the tallest, toughest men on earth. Scott was a tall man who was athletic. hard as hell And in that ring he was an extraordinarily talented and intense athlete. Before my match here with Scott, I made sure to tell him how much his work in the ring had influenced me. When I was a beginner in wrestling, I studied Scott’s matches. His style, intensity, freshness and excellent ring IQ and psychology 🧠”
“I studied his matches frame by frame. He was shocked to hear this from me. We grew up in different eras. He knew I was a student of the game but had no idea he was one of those I was studying. He thought that was so cool and we went out that night and lit it in this ring 🔥 It was an honor bro. And “thanks for the house” 🙏🏾 Go upstairs to rest. #TheBadGuy #ScottHall #rip” — Johnson wrote on Instagram
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