Scott Hall Reportedly Removed From Wrestling Event Due To Intoxication


TMZ has acquired footage of WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall being removed from a wrestling show in New Jersey over the weekend. TMZ sources allege that intoxication is to blame for Hall's removal:

[...] People at the Skate and Surf Music Festival in Asbury Park, NJ were so disappointed Saturday when Hall appeared to be wasted ... hours before he was supposed to host a meet and greet with fans.

According to our sources, Hall was given multiple chances to sober up ... but never did. Organizers told Hall to leave ... but he refused, demanding to be paid.

Eventually, security stepped in and escorted Hall off the property.

The event promoter, Ricky Otazu, tells TMZ Sports, "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."

Footage of Hall's performance and subsequent removal from the event is embedded below:

Hall recently made headlines by joining the Global Force Wrestling roster. We'll have more on this as it develops.

Richard Reacts: I watched this video first thing and all I can say is that it's sad. Alcoholism is a disease and addiction is a life-long battle. I hope Scott gets the help he needs.

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