Last night, ESPN ran the highly anticipated mini-documentary "Scott Hall: The Wrestler."
And once you get past their obvious lack of in-depth understanding and condescending attitude about pro wrestling...
"Scott Hall was bigger than Hulk Hogan and Andre The Giant in the 1990's."
"Today's wrestlers are more addicted to PlayStation 2 than anything else"
(They still violate the WWE Wellness Policy like it's a going out of style. Most recently, Sin Cara Azul, Heath Slater, Darren Young and even referee Mike Chioda.)
"It's interesting because it's fake, yet this story's real."
(Yes, that was a necessary comment, for sure.)
...you actually get to one of the most saddening and shocking displays of what pro wrestling can do to an athlete possibly ever recorded.
This article is going to take a look at the eight most eye-opening revelations of that documentary, in no particular order.
We read the articles, and some of us read the books, about how life on the road was for the veterans of this sport and the repercussions that follow. But this is probably one of the most gut-wrenching forms ever presented from one of the saddest falls in all of sports.
Let's have a look...