There are few redemption stories in the world of professional wrestling as moving as the story of Scott Hall - who turned his life around as he was on the brink of death just a few years ago to once again become happy and healthy, eventually returning to WWE as a Hall of Famer.
Back in 2011, Hall's life had completely unraveled as he struggled with addiction and his deteriorating health. He went viral on YouTube when he showed up at an independent promotion barely able to stand, slurring his words, in desperate need of help.
Hall eventually moved into the home of Diamond Dallas Page, who helped Hall crowdsource money to pay for a necessary hip surgery. Page, who also rehabilitated fellow WWE legend Jake Roberts, gave Hall the support system he needed.
As shown in the WWE special 'Living on a Razor's Edge,' Hall gradually regained his physical function, and slowly started to resemble the man he once was. By 2014, he was welcomed back to WWE and inducted into the Hall of Fame. The next year, Hall played a small role at WrestleMania 31 during the Triple H vs. Sting match.
A few years later, and Hall appears to be ready for a WWE comeback. Hall tweeted a mirror photo, and he's in mindblowing shape at the age of 58, especially considering how he looked just a few years ago.
Hall's not the only member of The Kliq in amazing shape, though, both Kevin Nash and X-Pac have been busy in the gym.