Source: Wrestling Observer NewsletterThere is once again a negative Scott Hall story coming out after he made another wrestling convention appearance in Tucson, Arizona last weekend.
Last week we posted the video above of wrestling stars Bill Goldberg, Ric Flair, Edge, Bret Hart, Angelina Love, Candice Michelle, Christy Hemme, Lita, Sean Waltman, Maria Kanellis, Lisa Marie Varon, Taryn Terrell, Brooke Tessmacher and Zeus sending well wishes and signing a birthday card for 6 year old Danny Nickerson, who is battling brain cancer and may not have that much time left to live.
Hall reportedly refused to sign the card.
The reaction from a number of people in the know this past week was not just how incomprehensible this was, but it's even worse in Hall's case because of how he rallied fans to pay for a number of his surgeries through an online fundraiser.
The issues between Hall and Goldberg have been well documented over the years but it was reported that the two actually made peace at this same convention. Given how Goldberg feels about helping children and how he got choked up in the video for Danny Nickerson, you have to wonder if he made up with Hall before or after he got word of Hall refusing to sign the card.
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