In the PG-13 era, there have been plenty of restrictions on what WWE performers can do in the ring.
In the opinion of long-time wrestling fans, it might have taken away from the product.
Sure, all the kids will get to see their hero John Cena fight The Rock in an epic encounter that will definitely have those restrictions, but when it comes to Triple H and The Undertaker, who knows what can happen.
Last year, we saw a chair shot to the skull. It was a hot topic with the Chris Benoit case that his brain was damaged by thousands of chair shots to the skull in the tenure of his career.
The end of an era is one thing but Triple H made this perfectly clear on Raw: "We do this, we go all out."
In saying that, we will see two performers give everything to this WrestleMania audience and it would be nice to see blood in this brutal environment.
When you think about the legacy both men have left inside Hell in a Cell, blood has made the matches more interesting and feel like a war has broken out.
We all know Triple H has donned the crimson mask on what seemed to be every PPV as a kid. Of course, even recently, I can still remember his match with Batista in 2005 inside the Cell, and the blood spilled in that one.
With The Undertaker, his career was made at the expense of the blood spilled by his opponents, more so than himself. You can even recall the first Hell in a Cell match with HBK and the amount of blood Michaels lost, including the puddle that was left in the ring by the end of it all.
Even First Blood Matches were a specialty of sorts for "The Deadman," but you wouldn't know it with his record in that type of match, losing to Stone Cold Steve Austin and Mr. Kennedy.
This slide defines hope and a link to the past. If it truly is the end of an era and both men are going to go all out, give the fans what they want, what they only remember seeing in the Attitude Era.
Give us some blood.