Adam wilkinson



I mean it doesn't necessarily have to be EVERY ppv or match. But how about the important ones eh? I mean it only makes sense.

When I see blood, I get excited. Not in a creepy way *laughs* but when it's on a PG show I can't help but jump up and down. I mean, just the little things such as that can help the WWE in many ways.

What ways you ask? Well for starters it makes a hard fought match more exciting and seem more real. What's the point of HIAC if there's no blood?. Think back to HHH vs Taker. Yeah there was a little but it was done on accident. Imagine if it was everywhere, that'd be cool.

Also, back to the first point, it doesn't have to be all the time. Not only would it become a bore but we'd expect when it would happen. I like for it to pop up out of no where.

When I think of blood, these PPV's and matches come to mind.

•Extreme Rules
•Hell in a Cell
•TLC
•Elimination Chamber
•Last Man Standing match
•Steel Cage match
•I Quit match
•Ironman Match
•Street Fight
And
•NO DQ.


They were built for blood, and the time frame of those PPV's are great. Not too close together and not to far apart. So you see some blood one PPV and two or three later it pops up a again.Not giving too much and not too little.

I believe this could work in a PG environment, If done correctly. I mean we're not asking for the guys to be swimming in a pool of their own blood ( which some of us would like) just a little bit to help get the flow of things going. We pay attention to things we like, and we like blood. WWE says they listen to us, well Vince, how about some blood?.


Well guys, just a thought that popped into my head. What do you think? Should WWE bring back blood for certain matches and PPV's, or keep it the way it is?.

tyre t
Best example is the HHH vs HBK match where it was everywhere!
  • October 11, 2012
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Adam Troy Brown
Flair was always one to spill blood in a lot of his classic matches back in the day. Him and HBK always are on the list of the ones who bled the most and the most often. Course behind all those who were part of old school ECW. Especially whoever had the unfortune to face New Jack or Sandman or To...
  • October 11, 2012
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Adam Troy Brown
I too get excited by blood spilling especially in a really good quality match. It doesn't make sense to do it otherwise. But I like to watch RoH to see if they will allow any blood to spill since they are the closest we are ever going to get to some old school ECW style action
  • October 11, 2012
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Yulia Simovic
I agree they should not be afraid this much of a little blood here and there, since that just adds towards the tension they could build up. But, therefore it is not necessary for them to bleed either. Its like getting a cheap pop from the crowd by calling out the hometowns name, an maybe too obvious...
  • October 12, 2012
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CMK17
Don't forget first blood
  • October 12, 2012
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Angela Arnold
I didn't, I was just naming the current onesthy have
  • October 12, 2012
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CMK17
Yeah, the last first blood I watched was Cena vs. JBL, forget what PPV though
  • October 12, 2012
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