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We Want Blood: What Happened At Wwe Bragging Rights

BURBANK, CA - NOVEMBER 30:  Pro-wrestler John Cena arrives at the Inagural 'Arby's Action Sports Awards' held at Center Staging on November 30, 2006 in Burbank, California.  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
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Aadhya ShivakumarContributor IOctober 31, 2009

WWE Bragging Rights. The 60 minute Iron man match for the WWE Championship.

John Cena vs. Randy Orton.

Orton hit Cena with the corner of a mic and Cena started bleeding.

The WWE had been under a strict 'no blood' rule because they had become PG.

For weeks fans like me had yearned for a little blood at least.

Not like Ric Flair, but something To make us happy.

And at Bragging Rights, Cena started bleeding.

By accident, of course. WWE wouldn't want to give fans what they wanted, would they?

After Cena bled, Vinnie Mac ordered trainers to go to the ring and glue it shut. So much for bleeding. 

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