Source: TMZ-- TMZ.com has picked up the Scott Hall story, saying Hall was hospitalized following an appearance at a "low rent" wrestling show in Massachusetts on Friday. They've pretty much reported what we've posted here - the former wrestling champion was taken to a local hospital to be treated for "cardiac issues", according to his reps. As we reported, Hall's publicist says he will be hospitalized for at least three more days while doctors examine his health. TMZ also posted the "claim" that Hall is taking ten different medicines for "various ailments" and that is the reason for his deterioration in motor skills and speech. As you all know by now, Hall appeared for Top Rope Promotions Friday night in Fall River, Massachusetts and TMZ says he "looked clearly out of it" throughout his appearance and needed ten minutes to get out of the ring with assistance from police officers.
-- Here are four videos of Scott Hall at Friday night's Top Rope Promotions indy event in Fall River, MA. We posted three of them earlier today here on WrestlingINC.com but the top video is new. We will warn you that these are very tough to watch guys. Get well soon, Scott. Check out the videos below:
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