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WWE, wrestling world pay tribute to Scott Hall

Tributes from friends and colleagues poured in on Monday following Hall's passing.

Tributes to Scott Hall poured in on Monday following the WWE Hall of Famer's passing at the age of 63. 

During Monday's Raw, Kevin Owens opened the show with a "Hey, yo," one of Hall's trademark catchphrases. Owens made another Hall reference in a backstage segment with Seth Rollins, calling back to Hall's first WWE Hall of Fame induction speech. 

Damian Priest used Hall's Razor's Edge finisher in the first match on Raw, sending Finn Balor onto the announce table. 

WWE aired a tribute video to Hall in the show's third hour. 

Hall's longtime friend and tag team partner Kevin Nash shared an image of the duo on Instagram prior to word of Hall's passing broke. 

Fellow Kliq member Sean "x-Pac" Waltman shared a photo of Hall with the late Curt Hennig, and spoke of how Hall looked out for him while he was out injured when both were in WCW. 

Paul "Triple H" Levesque issued a rare public statement on Twitter: 

Tributes also came from talent and promotions around the world, from AEW's official Twitter account, NWA, former WCW and current AEW talent Sting and Tony Schiavone, as well as NJPW's Satoshi Kojima and NJPW president Takami Ohbari. 

Diamond Dallas Page, who played a large part in Hall's personal life in helping him battle addiction, posted: 

Other wrestling legends and current talent also chimed in and paid their own respects: