Eric Bischoff posted the following on his Facebook account: "Just read Kevin Nash's latest update on Scott Hall. I agree with Kevin 100% on the real issues at the core of Scott's problems. God bless Kevin as well as Scott's family and friends. I hope they find a way to reach Scott before its too late. Scott really is a good man underneath all the scar tissue and pain."
The Wrestling Observer is reporting that Spinal Stenosis is ultimately what ended Edge's WWE wrestling career. Spinal Stenosis is a condition in which the spine narrows, putting pressure on the spinal cord. Wrestlers who suffer from Spinal Stenosis such as Edge and Steve Austin, can risk paralysis if they take one bad in-ring bump.
Additionally, it's being said that the condition is genetic, and typically doesn't cause issues for people until they reach there seventies, but with wrestlers the condition is obviously more easily developed. While their is a possibility the condition could worsen even after retirement, it's being said that Edge and Austin have a very good shot at recovering well and living comfortably.