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Flashback: Scott Hall Reveals Which WWE Diva He Would Love To Give A “Rim Job”

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• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (February 24, 2002) – WWF Sunday Night HEAT

On this day in 2002, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Sunday Night HEAT’.

It was broadcasted from the Metro Center in Rockford, Illinois and featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF WrestleMania X8’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

1. WWF Cruiserweight Title: Tajiri vs. The Hurricane

2. Test vs. The Godfather

3. Booker T vs. Val Venis

4. WWF Intercontinental Title: William Regal vs. Rikishi

• Flashback: Scott Hall Reveals Which WWE Diva He Would Love To Give A “Rim Job”

In this flashback article, we take a look at an old shoot interview with WWE Hall of Famer “Razor Ramon” Scott Hall, where Hall answered fan questions about ring rats, life on the road & more.

Below are the highlights:

Fan Question: I’m a pretty good-looking guy but even I still have to try when it comes to getting women to have $ex with me. You’re more handsome than ten movie stars, built like a Greek god and famous. So, did you even have to try when it came to getting women or did they just throw themselves pu$$y first at you? Seriously, when was the last time you even had to try?

Scott Hall: I have been blessed, man. I remember I just wanted to get in wrestling because I loved the lifestyle. I just wanted to be Dusty Rhodes, you know, having spent a lot of time in Florida. I just wanted to be on TV, so I could meet girls. I had no idea it was gonna go global and stuff. But I’m happy it did. And bro you’re right that the TV helps a lot. Because then women can approach you and they don’t feel like such a whore, you know.

Fan Question: What were the rats like in territories like Kansas City or AWA in its fledgling years?

Scott Hall: The first encounter I ever had with the rat was in Kansas City when I was wrestling there. And (Ric) Flair was in town. We’re at Memorial Hall in Kansas City. I think it was on the Kansas side of the river. And this girl came up to me. There was a heel entrance and a babyface entrance. It had adjoining tunnel. You could talk at the back but we made separate entrances. So I’m peeking out the heel door watching the matches and this girl comes up and goes, “Can you get me Ric Flair’s autograph, man?” And just because I’ve seen other guys do it. I was so shy. I went like, “But you gotta take care of me after the show.” And she went, “Okay.” And then later on, she blew me in the car.

Fan Question: Best territory for rats?

Scott Hall: For me, when business was slow in the WWF days, we ran Europe all the time. And I liked Europe because it’s like some of the different markets in the U.S., the fans are hip. They treat you like you’re a TV star not a wrestler. And the girls were hip. I just found like European women are just cooler. I mean in Europe in the newspaper there are topless women. To them $ex is no big deal. $ex is good. I will say Europe. And I’ll say Germany. Well, the UK is pretty hot too. I love that accent. I’ll just say Europe.

Fan Question: Did you bang any rats while staying in character (keeping kayfabe alive)?

Scott Hall: It’s crazy now like apparently this internet age has created so many dudes who can’t communicate face-to-face. I have so many young girls hitting me up online because they know that I’m not like tech savvy guy, I’m more like sit-across-the-bar-from-you-and-charm-you. A lot of girls hit me up, “I want to be your bad girl.”

Fan Question: How was the home life while on the road? Was it hard for the boys to stay faithful to their wives when surrounded by ring rats? You ever had thoughts of her being unfaithful because you’re never home for her?

Scott Hall: Yeah, I remember at one time that I prided myself. I was hanging out with Shawn Michaels a lot and we were working together, travelling together and partying together and sharing rooms. I mean we’re together 24/7 at that time. And I remember thinking like we kind of had this deal that we’re gonna party because we’re not womanizer at least because some guys are doing both. So it was really rare at that time when I first married and I loved being married but it was really hard. I mean, you spend your whole life entertaining other people’s kids while your kids don’t know you.

But as far as that being unfaithful thing, yeah, at the same time my wife was no angel when I met her, my now ex-wife. I met her when she danced around a pole. I’ve never really been a jealous guy. It didn’t sweat me. But I kind of prided myself that I’m the dude drinking and taking pills because I’m not whoring around as much as I could. For some reason, that made me feel better.

Fan Question: Scott, tell me you cool motherf***er, who’s the biggest ladies man back in the day? Who did the ring rats flocked to like melted chocolate to a fat kids face?

Scott Hall: I guess everybody has their Road stories. I was hanging with who was hanging with and we came to be called “The Kliq” and we embrace that. And I guess we were getting a lot of b*tches’ attention. I never really looked at it like any kind of competition but yeah it’s a lot of girls coming our way. We were all young single guys, successful.

Fan Question: Scott, have you ever had $exual relations with a fat woman? If not, do you know any wrestlers in the past that got out in the bed with a chunky woman?

Scott Hall: I’ve never been with a big girl. I don’t have anything against them. Do I know any guys who particularly like big girls? No.

Fan Question: If you had to give a rim job to one WWE Diva in history, who would it be?

Scott Hall: I gotta say Paige. Rim job means eating her a$$. I’m gonna say Paige.

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