WWE Fatal 4-Way: 10 Most Brutal and Bloody Battles in WWE History

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WWE Fatal 4-Way: 10 Most Brutal and Bloody Battles in WWE History

WARNING: The following list contains graphic images that may contain blood.

The new PG era in the WWE has brought a high volume of criticism from fans all over the world. Many changes have taken place that fans have rebelled against. As recently as last Friday night, WWE decided to let go one of the brightest stars in wrestling, Bryan Danielson, because of a PG violation.

Apparently it is not okay to choke someone with his own tie.

But I digress. WWE is treading a thin line on the PG rule. It seems that every time there is a Pay-Per-View, someone gets busted wide open and a match is forced to be stopped. A cut man then enters the ring and works feverishly to stop the bleeding. Only then can the match be restarted.

This defies all the psychology that is needed to create a good professional wrestling match. Another new rule is blatant shots to the head of a wrestler with a chair are now banned. Now, I understand the dangers of a direct chair shot to the head. My problem with this rule is that I just recently witnessed Sheamus brutalize Triple H with repeated shots to the head with a lead pipe. A lead pipe is fine, but a chair is off limits.

Going into "Fatal 4-Way", it got me thinking about how the WWE has taken steps in reinventing their pay-per-views, but are bound to PG restrictions. Last month at "Over The Limit", numerous matches had to be stopped mid-match because of blood or injuries.

With that in mind, this list is going to dive into the Top 10 Most Brutal and Bloody Battles in WWE History. Each and every one of these matches would not fit under the current PG rules of WWE. There were a lot to choose from and it was extremely hard to narrow it down, but here we go!

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