Sometimes in pro wrestling, a score between two rivals isn't settled until there's blood drawn
Hence, today we look at six most bloodiest matches in WWE history
Ric Flair and Triple H collided inside a steel cage at Taboo Tuesday 2005. The intensity of the match was such that both men had crimson masks on their face
Stone Cold Steve Austin and Bret Hart stole the show with their 5-star classic at WrestleMania 13. During the match, Austin bled alot, and the sight cannot be forgotten!
Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker collided inside Hell in a Cell at No Mercy 2002. Lesnar hit Taker with the steel steps causing him to bleed like a stream of water
John Cena defeated JBL and retained his WWE Championship in a bloody 'I Quit' Match at Judgment Day 2005. This match set John Cena on the map to superstardom
Triple H and Cactus Jack took their rivalry to new extremes inside Hell in a Cell at No Way Out 2000. Both men bled profusely during the match, Foley a little more
Eddie Guerrero defended his WWE Championship against JBL at Judgment Day 2004. During the match Eddie bled profusely, and hence the PPV has a TV-MA rating