WATCH: Scott Hall Details What It’s Like Partying With The Undertaker in Resurfaced Video

Spread the love

WWE legend Scott Hall aka Razor Ramon passed away recently. He was on life support for some time. Scott Hall wrestled as Razor Ramon in WWE in the early 90s. During that time, other wrestlers like Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, Kevin Nash, The Undertaker were just starting their careers in WWE.

A few years back, there was a documentary released based on the life of Scott Hall named Living in a Razor’s Edge: The Scott Hall Story. In the documentary, Hall tells the story of his life by himself.

Recently, a Twitter page JustRasslin shared a clip of Scott Hall from Living in a Razor’s Edge: The Scott Hall Story. The caption was, “Scott Hall Talks About Meeting The Undertaker “Big Smooth”.

In the Twitter, clip Hall talked about his time in WWE with The Undertaker. They both knew each other since the late 80s when Hall was rocking the mustache and The Phenom didn’t have any tattoos.


Hall said, “He would had his bathtub full of ice with beer and been just sitting back just being cool. Some guys like to hold the court. Guys like Ric Flair, great storytellers, they are like be the center of attention. Taker was kind of sit back, sip on his Jack Daniels and just kind of nod, laugh to himself. I always called him big smooth.”

WWE superstars wrestle three to four times a week. They get very little time to sit back and relax.

The Undertaker and Scott Hall faced each other in WWE

As Scott Hall said in his documentary, he knew The Undertaker since the late 80s. By the time Hall was in WWE, The Phenom was already a well-established superstar.

Scott Hall, known as Razor Ramon in WWE, had a small feud with The Undertaker in 1992. They had a match at WWE Superstars. The match ended when Ramon walked out of the match. The referee did the 10 counts and ended the match.

Their feud went on for some time on WWE Live Events. Scott Hall was one of the best heels in pro wrestling. He made being a bad guy look cool on WWE.

Spread the love

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *