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The Undertaker Details How Scott Hall Helped Him Early In His Career

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Soon to be WWE Hall Of Famer The Undertaker has discussed his sadness at the loss of Scott Hall and explains how Hall helped early on in his wrestling career.

The wrestling world was heartbroken when WWE Hall Of Famer Scott Hall passed away on the 14th of March 2022 at the age of 63. Many from within the wrestling world paid tribute to the star on social media with his close friend Sean Waltman discussing more distressing details surrounding the end of Hall’s life.

Speaking on Out of Character with Ryan Satin, wrestling icon The Undertaker discussed his own relationship with Scott Hall and says it pre-dates both men’s careers in WWE:

“Scott, we go way back. I went to Japan with Scott in 1988 or ’89, is where I met Scott. He kind of took me along and showed me the ropes, and it’s sad. Another one of our guys we’ve lost way too early. He was just a tremendous in-ring performer, he was really a top-flight guy. I hate it for him, I hate it for his family. It’s just another sad day in our industry.”

Although both men were cornerstones of the New Generation in WWE, they never faced off with one another on WWE television. They formed a three-man team on Raw with X-Pac in 2002 however, losing a handicap match to Bradshaw and Stone Cold Steve Austin.

h/t Wrestling Inc.