This is indeed sad news to all fans and the WWE officials alike. The fact that wrestlers are known as superstars does not make them any different from the folks in the Universe.
It was reported during the week that WWE Hall Of Famer Scott Hall was advertised to appear on Saturday for DREAMWAVE Wrestling’s event in La Salle, Illinois, But apparently, he never made it to the show. Following this, Jay Repsel, the CEO of the promotion expressed his concern over Twitter by asking for someone to check on Hall.
According to Repsel, Hall missed the flight for the event and did not return his texts or calls.
Hall has always been a figure who has never shied away from controversy and that continues to this date. Last September, there were reports on Hall getting kicked out of a T.G.I Friday’s in Atlanta airport after he misbehaved with a waitress.
Hall apologised for the incident and also thanked the fans who were concerned about his state after his recent relapse. Hall was quoted during his interview with Sports Illustrated as saying:
“I’m not where I want to be, but I thank God I’m not where I used to be,” said Hall.
“It’s a slippery slope. I’ve fallen in the past, and I may fall again in the future, but I get up now. There were times in the past when I’d fall and I’d just stay there. Now, when I fall, I get up.”
See tweets below:
— xJenx (@ValkyrieJen) November 6, 2016
Sincerest apologies to @DWWrestling & it's fans for today's absence. Was really looking forward to seeing everyone in LaSalle.
— Sean Waltman (@TheRealXPac) November 6, 2016