Hulk Hogan said goodbye to Scott Hall with an emotional speech on Monday night … saying to a crowd of people, “I love him so much I can’t even explain it to you.”
The Hulkster delivered the tribute message at his restaurant in Florida just hours after the wrestling legend’s death … explaining in a three-minute chat exactly how much Hall meant to him.
Hulk told a group of fans gathered at his place that Hall — who co-founded the nWo with him and wrestled with him as “Razor Ramon” for years — helped change his career when he was at a low point.
“He took care of me when I was down and out,” Hulk said. “Everybody thought Hulkamania was dead. Scott Hall resurrected me. He put me back on the map.”
Hulk asked his audience to pray for Hall — and then in a nod to the wrestling legend’s “The Bad Guy” persona, he asked everyone to party their faces off.
As we reported, Hall died on Monday following complications from surgery to repair a broken hip. He was just 63 years old.
Wrestlers everywhere tipped their hats to the former star following the news … with The Rock also delivering an emotional tribute message on Tuesday morning.
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The former WWE star shared a video of one of his matches with Hall on his social media page, and wrote, “Go rest high.”