Vince McMahon hates seeing blood on TV.

Rhyno needed eight stitches after SmackDown Live match

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If this was the late 1990s, the WWE would be loving having their wrestlers bleed all over the wrong during a match, to create increased drama.

Nowadays, however, the landscape in the WWE is completely different. But that doesn't stop the bleeding from happening.

While we may have seen the last of the complete red masks that The Rock, Stone Cold and even John Cena liked to wear, you do still get blood on WWE TV and that came from Rhyno on SmackDown Live last night.


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Making one of his first appearances back on SmackDown Live after being re-signed by the WWE, Rhyno had an unhappy accident on the blue brand show last night.

Teaming up with Heath Slater in the first round of the tournament to decide the first SmackDown tag team champions, Rhyno and Slater beat the returning team of The Headbangers.

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It was impressive that Rhyno managed to get busted open, seeing as he got about two moves in during the whole match - and that includes the Gore he used to win it.

But the blood seems to occur at 2:00 in this video, where one of The Headbangers hits Rhyno off the rope. It is a move you see happen in every tag team match ever - but somehow it managed to draw blood.

After the show ended, WWE confirmed that Rhyno needed eight stitches to close up the gash above his eye.

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