Kevin Nash has posted a very intense and very compelling blog regarding Scott Hall, the person. Nash’s column is entitled, "Remember Wrestlers are People, JUST like YOU", and explains a lot about who Scott is as a human being. Earlier today, I posted a story on Dana Lee Hall, Scott’s ex-wife and the mother of his two children, starting a new Twitter account in an effort to reach Scott and confront those she feels has enabled him during a time of need. Nash explains how for the first 15 years of knowing Dana, he felt she was the enemy. However, after spending time with her, Kevin now feels she is a caring mother who is simply looking out for the best interest of hers and Scotts’ two children.
Here’s an excerpt from Kevin Nash’s blog:
"Over the last few weeks, since the horrifying New England appearance of Scott Hall, my Twitter page has blown up with plea’s to help Scott. First of all, nobody has to ASK me to help Scott Hall. I consider Scott like a brother. He’s much more than a friend. I have spent more time with Scott Hall in the last 18 years than I have with my wife in the 23 years we’ve been married. We have no secrets between each other. This is ‘real life’.
Nobody knows what Scott has gone thru since early childhood to what he has gone thru up unto this point, except for me. I can tell you Scott Hall has neither a drug or alcohol addiction, Scott’s problem is he suffer’s from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Drugs and alcohol aren’t the problem, to Scott they are the solution. He is a fragile and broken human being, not a race horse that you take a whip to to perform. Scott Hall is in bad shape and each time I talk to him I feel it may be the last. It’s gotten to the point where I save his voice mails, much like I would’ve saved Andrew’s (Test), because I knew sometimes when I heard his message it could be the last."
There hasn’t been much posted lately regarding Scott Hall’s condition since being admitted into a New England hospital last week, but Kevin Nash definitely reveals in his new blog just how serious the situation is with Hall’s health.
Kevin Nash’s blog is an open, honest look at a very tragic story and I encourage all wrestling fans to read it.