Scott Hall removed from wrestling event for being drunk

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He was a founding member of the NWO, a member of the infamous clique within the WWE in the 1990s and was one of two men who made arguably the biggest headline in the Monday Night Wars.

When Scott Hall and Kevin Nash left the WWE to go to WCW, it was arguably the most significant power shift between the two companies during their battle for ratings in the late 90's/ early 2000's.

Hall will forever be written into WWE history, from his days as Razor Ramon to his return following the demise of WCW under his real name with the NWO, he has always been at the top whenever he has worked with the company.

Less than two months ago, things were going great for Hall as he stepped out in front of over 76,000 people at WrestleMania XXXI.

Hall and the NWO were a part of the match between Sting and Triple H at WrestleMania and helped to give the fans one of the greatest WrestleMania moments ever.

However less than two months after that historic moment, Hall's life appears to have gone in a downward spiral once again.

Hall had scheduled for a public appearance this weekend at the skate and surf music festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey but showed up and was heavily intoxicated.

According to sources at the event, Hall was set to host a meet and greet session with fans which didn't happen despite the organisers offering him many different opportunities to sober up before his appearance.

"The event was too well run for us to make a fool of ourselves by allowing him to appear. We will no longer be associated with him until he gets his life in order." - Event organiser Ricky Otazu on Hall

Hall has had his issues with alcohol and drugs in the past but in recent years has joined with several wrestling legends and committed to getting himself clean.

Due to his efforts in recent years this latest development has understandably disappointed many fans and personal friends and clearly the future of the hall of famer is now shrouded in mystery and controversy.

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