Scott Hall has made it to heaven, despite being the Bad Guy.
The professional wrestling legend has passed away at the age of 63.
Hall rose to prominence in the WWE (then known as WWF) as Razor Ramon, where he took part in the promotion’s first ladder match against Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania X. He would later go on to join World Championship Wrestling and form the iconic faction, the New World Order, alongside Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan.
“So yeah, he’s allowed in,” confirmed God.
“That’s one of the coolest men who ever lived. I don’t care if he’s “the bad guy”; when he gets to the Pearly Gates, you roll out red carpet. I REALLY want his autograph, but I’m going to play it cool.”
Stepping up to the Heaven’s entrance, Hall commented, “Save the carpet, I’m already here, mang,” before throwing his toothpick at Saint Peter.
“Hey yo…God, right?” smiled Hall, strutting through the gates, gold chains and a black leather waistcoat adorning his muscular frame.
God smiled, “Yeah that’s right, listen, can I have your… um… your autograph? It’s… uh… for my Son, he’s… he’s a big fan…”
Hall laughed, “Sure it is, Chico, sure it is,” before signing with a flourish and strutting into the light.