Scott Hall has been very successful during his road to recovery, losing a considerable amount of weight, being inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame, and doing some coaching in NXT. However, during his recovery process, there have been some major setbacks.
In addition to alcohol relapses, it was recently reported that Hall no-showed a scheduled a indy show appearance, and was missing. His son, Cody, is also clueless about where his father is.
No I haven't heard from my dad, last I heard he was going to the UK two weeks ago. He always says how great it is, I assume he just stayed.— Cody Hall (@Cody_Hall1) November 7, 2016
DDP posted a status of the concern for Hall regarding his whereabouts via Twitter.
Scott Hall has experienced a very tough time during his life as an adult, and especially during his career as a professional wrestler. In 2013, Hall was documented by “Diamond” Dallas Page during an incredibly low time in his life, which was almost at the point of death. Along with Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Scott Hall moved in to DDP’s home to receive DDPYoga lessons and life coaching from the former WCW World Champion.
Hall had a brief stint in what was named the “Accountability Crib”, and reformed his relationship with his son Cody by moving in with him to make up for lost time, as well as help train him as he is started a career in pro wrestling.
Recovery from alcohol addition can be extremely difficult. In fact, the temptation of it affected Hall so much that he refused to attend the 2011 WWE Hall of Fame induction of Shawn Michaels, according to an interview with Wrestling News Live.
“I want to announce right now that I wanted to be in Atlanta to see Shawn (Michaels) get inducted into the hall of fame but I had to change my mind because I’m not strong enough to be in that situation right now. All I wanted to be was around all my old buddies in Atlanta where we were over like rover with the NWO stuff, such a fun city… but being with the boys is such a heavy trigger for me to party like that. I’m not ready for that atmosphere, I’m just going to sit at home and watch it on pay-per-view.”
Hall has been receiving a great amount of support on social media regarding his absence.
@SCOTTHALLNWO hope you're ok Scott.— Richard Broughton (@Richardjb1986) November 7, 2016
Also, he has another scheduled wrestling appearance next weekend on 11/19.
Hopefully, Hall can rebound from this situation and realize how far he has come from battling his demons.
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