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Wrestling By The Numbers: Scott ‘Razor Ramon’ Hall‏



Wrestling By The Numbers: Scott ‘Razor Ramon’ Hall

World Wrestling Entertainment has announced the final inductee joining the 2014 WWE Hall Of Fame Class will be former 4-Time WWE Intercontinental Champion Scott ‘Razor Ramon’ Hall. The 55-year-old St. Mary’s County Maryland native started his 28-year professional career back in 1984 after having been trained by the likes of Dusty Rhodes, Hiro Matsuda, Barry Windham, Rick Martel and Mike Rotundo. Hall started his career working for NWA: Championship Wrestling From Florida where he formed a tag-team known as American Starship with fellow competitor Danny Spivey. Hall was known as Starship Coyote and Spivey was known as Starship Eagle and the duo went on to team in organizations including NWA: Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling and NWA: Central States in Kansas City. Hall then joined the American Wrestling Association in 1985 and spent 4-years with the company becoming former 1-Time AWA Tag-Team Champion with new partner Curt Hennig. Late in his run he also had many matches for the AWA Championship against champions Stan Hansen and Rick Martel before returning to NWA: Jim Crockett Promotions for a short stint in 1989.

In 1990 Scott Hall then travelled to Puerto Rico and worked for the World Wrestling Council becoming a former 1-Time WWC Caribbean Champion. He then returned to North American and first worked for World Championship Wrestling from 1991-1992 as The Diamond Studd before signing with World Wrestling Entertainment in 1992. Competing as The Bad Guy Razor Ramon, Hall went on to have one of the best runs of his career over the next 4-years with WWE having memorable feuds with Shawn Michaels, Randy Savage, Bret Hart, The 1-2-3 Kid and others. In 1996 alongside Kevin Nash, he signed with World Championship Wrestling and formed the legendary nWo stable with Hulk Hogan. The trio went on to be one of the most influential factions in the history of the business and helped WCW pass WWE to become the top company in the industry at the time. WCW released Hall early in the year 2000 and after a short stint with Extreme Championship Wrestling he joined New Japan Pro Wrestling as apart of the nWo Japan faction with Masahiro Chono, Scott Norton and nWo Sting.

Scott Hall rejoined the WWE in 2002 as apart of the revival of the nWo and competed against Steve Austin in a match at Wrestlemania X8. After being released after only a few months with the company he then joined NWA: TNA in 2002 and was apart of the early weekly pay-per-view days of the company. He returned to TNA Wrestling from 2004-2005, 2007 and again in 2010 but continued to get released after numerous problems with substance abuse issues and legal troubles which had marred him throughout his career. Hall returned to the WWC in 2007 and over the next 5-years mostly worked for independent organizations including Juggalo Championship Wrestling, Continental Championship Wrestling and others. From late 2011 and into 2012 he mostly worked a manager notably being ringside with his son wrestler Cody Hall. Hall left the business in 2012 and joined Diamond Dallas Page’s sober living program and has found success with DDP’s Yoga based program. In addition to dealing with his drug and alcohol abuse issues Hall has undergone a hip replacement and numerous medical procedures paid for by online fundraising. The 2014 WWE Hall Of Fame Class includes Scott ‘Razor Ramon’ Hall, James ‘The Ultimate Warrior’ Helwig, Aurelian ‘Jake Roberts’ Smith Jr., Amy ‘Lita’ Dumas, William ‘Paul Bearer’ Moody, Carlos Colon Sr. and Laurence ‘Mr. T.’ Tureaud in this year’s class.

Below we look at the televised professional wrestling career of Scott ‘Razor Ramon’ Hall by the numbers…

World Wrestling Entertainment:

* 28 Matches on WWE Pay-Per-View.

* 3 Matches Managed on WWE Pay-Per-View.

* 52 Matches on WWE Raw.

* 16 Main Event Matches on WWE Raw.

* 2 Matches on WWE Smackdown.

* 1 Main Event Match on WWE Smackdown.

* 54 Matches ( 24th Most All-Time ) on WWE Superstars. (First Match: August 8th 1992 Vs Paul Van Dow Last Match: March 9th 1996 With Savio Vega Vs Tatanka & The 1-2-3 Kid)

* 11 Main Event Matches on WWE Superstars.

* 31 Matches on WWE Wrestling Challenge.

* 12 Main Event Matches on WWE Wrestling Challenge

* 3 Matches on WWE Prime Time Wrestling.

* 1 Match on WWE Heat.

* 3 Matches on WWE Action Zone.

* 3 Main Event Matches on WWE Action Zone.

* 1 Match on WWE Summerslam Spectacular.

TNA Wrestling:

* 14 Matches on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 4 Main Event Matches on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 1 Match Managed on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 7 Matches on TNA Impact Wrestling.

* 3 Main Event Matches on TNA Impact Wrestling.

World Championship Wrestling / Jim Crockett Promotions:

* 33 Matches ( 19th Most All-Time ) on WCW / JCP Pay-Per-View. (First Match: 1989 Great American Bash Vs Sid Vicious, Danny Spivey, Eddie Gilbert, Terry Gordy, Bill Irwin, Brian Pillman, Ranger Ross, Mike Rotundo, Ron Simmons, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, Steve Williams & Kevin Sullivan Last Match: 2000 Superbrawl Vs Sid Vicious & Jeff Jarrett)

* 9 Main Event Matches on WCW / JCP Pay-Per-View.

* 1 Match Managed on WCW / JCP Pay-Per-View.

* 70 Matches on WCW Monday Nitro.

* 30 Main Event Matches on WCW Monday Nitro.

* 2 Matches on WCW / JCP Clash Of The Champions.

* 2 Main Event Matches on WCW / JCP Clash Of The Champions.

* 32 Matches on WCW / JCP Saturday Night.

* 11 Main Event Matches on WCW / JCP Saturday Night.

* 2 Matches on WCW / JCP Power Hour.

* 9 Matches on WCW / JCP NWA World Championship Wrestling.

* 2 Main Event Matches on WCW / JCP NWA World Championship Wrestling.

* 5 Matches on WCW / JCP Worldwide.

* 2 Main Event Matches on WCW / JCP Worldwide.

* 18 Matches on WCW Thunder.

* 10 Main Event Matches on WCW Thunder.

* 1 Match on WCW Vs nWo Take Over Tour.

* 1 Main Event Match on WCW Vs nWo Take Over Tour.

American Wrestling Association:

* 7 Matches on AWA Championship Wrestling.

* 4 Main Event Matches on AWA Championship Wrestling.

* 2 Matches on American Wrestling Association Television.

NWA: Championship Wrestling From Florida:

* 1 Match on NWA: Championship Wrestling From Florida Television.

* 1 Main Event Match on NWA: Championship Wrestling From Florida Television.

NWA: Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling:

* 1 Match on NWA Worldwide.

New Japan Pro Wrestling:

* 5 Matches on NJPW IWGP Champion Series.

* 1 Main Event Match on NJPW IWGP Champion Series.

* 6 Matches on NJPW Sengoku Series.

* 4 Matches on NJPW Japan Cup Tag Team League.

* 5 Matches on NJPW Super Fight Series.

* 7 Matches on NJPW Japan Cup Series.

* 1 Main Event Match on NJPW Japan Cup Series.

* 5 Matches on NJPW Big Fight Series.

* 1 Match on NJPW Strong Style Evolution.

* 8 Matches on NJPW Hyper Battle.

* 4 Main Event Matches on NJPW Hyper Battle.

* 4 Matches on NJPW Strong Energy.

* 1 Main Event Match on NJPW Strong Energy.

* 5 Matches on WWE Summer Struggle.

* 4 Main Event Matches on NJPW Summer Struggle.

* 8 Matches on NJPW G1 World.

* 1 Main Event Match on NJPW G1 World.

Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion:

* 1 Match on AAA Sin Limite.

* 1 Main Event Match on AAA Sin Limite.



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