Marty Jannetty has one of the most controversial, and entertaining, names in pro wrestling history. He was also involved in a few real-life beatdowns along the way. One of those times Jannetty was on the losing side of things included WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall.

Click here for comprehensive history of Marty Jannetty’s insane social media posts. He has led quite a life, and those wild ways have been well-documented.

Dark Side of the Ring covered a few stories from Marty Jannetty’s past, but there could have been many more. The Rocker loved trashing hotel rooms, even if they weren’t his. Apparently, Scott Hall took exception to Jannetty running amok in his hotel.

During his Kliq This podcast, Kevin Nash remembered a time when Scott Hall beat Marty Jannetty up while he was sleeping. He did this as a receipt for trashing his hotel room when he wasn’t supposed to.


“My favorite story is Jannetty, somehow got in Scott Hall’s room in Minneapolis and destroyed it. Scott went in to get paid and Scott found out that they cut his pay because of his wrecked hotel, and he found out Marty did it. Marty was sleeping in the other room, and he was sound asleep on a training table, and Scott beat the f*ck out of him.”

Marty Jannetty isn’t really making towns and tearing things up like he used to. Since his career-ending ankle injury, he is mostly at home. That doesn’t mean the former WWE Superstar doesn’t love to party.

We will keep our eyes peeled for more Marty Jannetty updates. He’s usually good for a story or three as he continues rocking at 56-years-old.

What’s your take on Marty Jannetty partying like this? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

Felix Upton

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