WWE legend Scott Hall seeking financial help for medical issues, funds managed by Dallas Page and his team

Mar 11, 2013 - 06:43 PM

WWE legend Scott Hall is seeking $80,000 in financial donations to fund a hip replacement surgery. "At the young age of 54, Scott has had a pacemaker, and defibrillator implanted for his heart, and he can barely walk due to extreme arthritis in his hip," reads a statement.

"Unless he gets a hip replacement, he will be unable to do the necessary exercise in order to get his health back.  Without medical insurance, Scott's inability to pay for the procedures he needs are a major hurdle to his physical recovery." You can help Hall's cause via

Powell's POV: The current donation total is north of $50,000. There are different tiers with rewards for various donation amounts. Hall is staying with Dallas Page and Jake Roberts, and the fundraising venture states that Page and his team will be in charge of the money donated to make sure it is "solely for the benefit of Scott Hall's process of recovery and physical rehabilitation." Hall looks like he's made real progress in the accompanying video. Here's hoping it's a lifelong, life prolonging change.

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