Scott Oliver Hall is an American professional wrestler. He is best known for his time with the World Wrestling Federation
as Razor Ramon, as well as for his tenure with World Championship Wrestling under his real name. In recent years, however, Hall
has garnered attention for his much publicized battles with alcoholism and drug addiction, which he initially struggled
with in the late 1990s during his time in WCW.
After years of mediocrity, Hall struck gold in 1992 with the Razor Ramon character. During his introductory videos, Razor
Ramon proclaimed that he was the only real man in the World Wrestling Federation and that if you wanted to be like Razor, you
had to take whatever you want. Known as "The Bad Guy,", Ramon was both hated for his attitude and respected for his abilities
in the ring. (Continued Below)
Despite his impressive win-loss record, Razor Ramon may be best remembered for being the victim of one of the greatest
upsets in WWE history. The unknown Kid (who later became known as X-Pac) scored an improbable victory over Razor on Monday
Night Raw. Despite the loss, Razor and The Kid bonded and started to compete as a tag team, much to the delight of WWF
Over the rest of Razor Ramon's WWF tenure, he held the Intercontinental Championship multiple times and often faced against
Shawn Michaels. At WrestleMania X, "The Bad Guy" defeated "The Heartbreak Kid" in a legendary Ladder Match regarded
by many as one of the greatest moments in professional history.
Razor left the WWF in 1996 and signed with WCW. He appeared under his real name, Scott Hall, alongside Kevin Nash and
Hulk Hogan. The trio formed the nWo and changed the face of professional wrestling forever. After his time in WCW, Hall made
stops in ECW and Japan, then briefly reformed the nWo in the WWF in 2002. Whether the tooth-pick is being flicked from Razor
Ramon or Scott Hall, people know they just got hit with a little bit of his oozing machismo.