He is only 6' 7" tall. His height was increased by 1 inch for his WCW promotion.
Former member of the nWo
Former WCW US & Tag Team Champion & WWF Intercontinental Champion
"Invaded" the first-ever two hour broadcast of 'WCW Monday Nitro' in 1996.
In his first WWF match in Madison Square Garden, the arena was half-full. In his last WWF match, the arena was sold out.
One of the four people who broke kayfabe in the now infamous Madison Square Garden incident.
Often referred to WCW President Eric Bischoff as "Ken doll" due to Bischoff's uncanny resemblance to Ken, Barbie's boyfriend.
Was a member of a backstage group called the Clique that ran the shows along with Michael Hickenbottom, Kevin Nash, Sean Waltman and Paul Levesque.
1997 WCW World War 3 Winner.
Previous Managers: Ted DiBiase, Diamond Dallas Page, Dusty Rhodes.
Former WCW Television Champion.
At one time, he went by the name of "Razor Ramon".
Was briefly re-married to his wife Dana but ended up divorcing her again in 2001.
During his first tenure in the now WWE he was heavily pushed as a heel, or bad guy. However, his machismo, anti authority swagger almost immediately caught on with fans, and he was cheered hard. As a result, he was turned good guy, and was one of the leaders of the WWE's then "New Generation".
working at independent wrestling shows [January 2008]
WWE Hall of Famer.
One of the original three members of the New World Order (nWo). The other two are Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash.
A former 4 time WWE Intercontinental champion - the first time for any WWE wrestler.
Unlike his Razor Ramon character, Scott Hall speaks with a natural American accent.
Made his WWE debut in May 1992, via a series of vignettes which advertised his character.
Wrestled Vader in a match at a "In Your House" event in late April 1996 and left the company soon after.
Lost to Shawn Michaels in a ladder match at Summerslam '95.
Never participated in a Royal Rumble main event.
At the 1994 Survivor Series, Razor Ramon emerged as the sole survivor of his team after the entire opposition was counted out.
In 1996, Vince McMahon suspended Scott Hall indefinitely for reasons relating to the wrestler's alcohol problem.
Scott Hall said in a recent interview, that his eventual battle with alcohol stemmed from an incident back in the 1980s. The said incident, involved Hall having an argument with a man who pulled out a gun. After struggling, the gun went off and the man died from his wound. The wrestler couldn't hide his feelings of guilt over what happened, hence the reason he turned to drink.
Made his WWE P.P.V debut at the 1992 Survivor Series.
Defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match for the I.C title at Wrestlemania 10.
Won the WWE I.C title for the first time in a tournament in October 1993. This tournament resulted from former champion Shawn Michaels being stripped of the belt, after refusing to defend it.