Scott Hall Involved In Drunken Fight With Fellow WWE Legend

During an appearance on Sean Mooney's podcast on MLW Radio, Brutus Beefcake and Mooney talked about how WWE great Scott Hall got into a fist fight with a fellow WWE legend.

The incident went down last month at a fan convention in Staten Island, New York and involved Hall and King Kong Bundy, according to sportskeeda.

The latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter confirmed the fight and even had more details on what went down.

"He (Scott Hall) was in a vodka rage and started messing with the wrong guy, King Kong Bundy, and things went bad for him," said Beefcake.

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While Hall has stated in the past that he's been sober for some time now after struggling with alcoholism; getting drunk led to his fight with Bundy.

Hall ended up arriving late to the event and was drunk. Once he saw Bundy he started to verbally abuse him.

Of course Bundy wasn't happy with the way Hall was talking to him, so he grabbed Hall by the throat, but the fight was broken up before it got too out of hand.

With the 59 year-old Hall's wrestling career already over, he currently works as a manager with a wrestling company in the United Kingdom.

The last time Hall made an appearance at a WWE event was in 2016 when he made an appearance on Raw, a day after he was in attendance at WrestleMania 32.

It was reported in the 1990s that Hall was battling a drug addiction and he ended up in rehab after TNA released him in 2010. WWE ended up going out of their way to make sure his expenses were covered for the treatment.

Hall has had many health issues as well over the years. He had a pacemaker and a defibrillator implanted in his chest in 2010. He also ended up in the hospital twice that year for double pneumonia. Hall also suffered a seizure in 2011.

Hall's friend Diamond Dallas Paige was a huge part of him getting clean. In 2013 he invited Hall to stay with him in his home in order to help him put his life back together.

Unfortunately it looks like Hall has regressed into the person he once was.

It's a shame that like Ric Flair, alcohol has been wreaking havoc on Hall's life. Hopefully he can get some help and get his life on track.

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