Scott Hall was a star in the WWE in the early 90’s, Razor Ramon, a character he originally started developing in the WCW as the Diamond Stud. At the time, he was managed by Diamond Dallas Page, who helped give him the persona and build it into a successful gimmick. He perfected it in the WWE, and as part of the Kliq, had some of the best matches of that era.
Soon, he went back to WCW as Scott Hall and was part of the nWo, one of the most popular factions in wrestling history. However, while in WCW, Hall started to slip up. He was drinking too much and doing a little too many drugs and ended up one step away from death.
That is when Dallas Page came back into his life, invited him to rehab at his home using his Yoga program, much like Jake “The Snake” Roberts, and helped him clean up. Now, Hall is talking about what he could do if he returned.
First, Hall said it is not up to him at all, but it would be a dream come true. When asked what he would want to do, he name dropped Bobby “The Brain” Heenan. Hall said he would love to be a heal commentator who wore a loud jacket and then also managed his own stable of wrestlers.
While the WWE doesn’t use managers much anymore outside of, Paul Heyman and Zeb Colter, Scott Hall as a Bobby Heenan-styled manager would be very cool.