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WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall suffers broken hip

Hall, 63, has been hospitalized after a fall.

WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall has been hospitalized. 

PWInsider reports via Jerry Jarrett's Facebook page that Hall, 63, fell and broke his hip and is currently in the hospital. 

Hall has been announced for WrestleCon on WrestleMania weekend in Dallas, and it is unclear if his injury will force a change to that scheduled appearance. 

Under his Razor Ramon gimmick, Hall was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame for the first time in 2014. As Scott Hall, he was part of the nWo-headlined 2021 Hall of Fame ceremony, though officially a member of the 2020 class. The 2020 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony was postponed to the following year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hall's 1994 WrestleMania X ladder match against Shawn Michaels was voted Match of the Year in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards. His last high-profile run on the national stage came in 2010 as a member of the TNA roster in a short-lived reunion with Kevin Nash and X-Pac as The Band.