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5 bloodiest matches in WWE history

Thomas Lowson
Modified 17 Oct 2018
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#4 Eddie Guerrero Vs. John Bradshaw Layfield (WWE Championship Judgement Day 2004)

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It wasn't long before the blood started flowing.

After overcoming drug addiction and other demons, seeing Eddie Guerrero as WWE Champion in 2004 was an incredible sight for the fans. Unfortunately, the newly-JBL'd Bradshaw did not see things this way and vowed to take the title off the El Paso star.

Meeting at Judgement Day 2004, the match started normally, before Layfield hit Eddie with a chair, a blow so hard, it tore into one of Guerrero's arteries. Bleeding constantly, the Champion's ability to still perform was a testament to his ability, as his blood stained the mat, as well as his and his opponent's bodies.

Eddie ended up retaining the title, losing via DQ after he failed to control his Latino Heat. According to reports, Guerrero went into shock backstage not long after the match, and the show was rated TV-MA for this match alone.

Published 17 Oct 2018, 14:53 IST
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