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Yes, even the so-called "soap opera for men" is capable of scaring the living daylights out of fans, as evidenced by these examples:


  • Eddie Guerrero vs. JBL, Judgment Day 2004, a match that many wrestlers and critics alike say redefined the "Muta Scale." During the match, Bradshaw waylays Eddie with a stiff chair shot. This, and Eddie's deep, deep blade job, caused rivulets of blood to run down Eddie's face and body and made for one of the most surreal, horrifying spectacles in WWE history. Watch at your own risk.

  JBL: "The chair shot was very stiff... Eddie went deep. Very deep. I had no idea until I watched that tape back how much blood there was, I have seen some bloodbaths in Japan, Europe, Mexico and Texas-I had been in several-I have never seen anything like that."

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