WWE: Brock Lesnar has nine staples in his head after brutal match against The Undertaker

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The biggest talking point following last night's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view isn't about a storyline or even a finish to a match.

Instead, the internet wrestling community is currently engaging in copious debate about whether or not Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker bladed during their extremely bloody main event match inside the steel structure.

Whatever Lesnar and Taker did, it left a pretty damn big wound on the former UFC Heavyweight Champion's head, that needed to be stapled shut.


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It seems that Lesnar got his crimson mask 'hardway', when he was thrown into the ringpost by the Undertaker and let it crack him in the head.

Photos of Lesnar's bloodied head were posted onto Twitter by Joey Styles following the contest, with before and after shots of the Beast's injury and the nine staples that were stuck in there to patch it up.

Lesnar will get plenty of time to rest his wounds as he will be off WWE TV for quite a while thanks to his part-time contract, and Taker looks like he is headed for a feud with the Wyatt Family after they carried him out of the ring. A Wyatt Family vs Team Taker matchup is expected for Survivor Series.

Lesnar, on the other hand, will miss that PPV out entirely and he'll almost certainly skip TLC as well. We'll probably only see the Beast Incarnate again in January of 2016, for the buildup to the Royal Rumble.

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