Video: Does this clip show moment Brock Lesnar bladed vs Undertaker?

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Last night's match between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker at Hell in a Cell threw up a question that hasn't been asked in a while by the WWE Universe; were the Superstars blading?

Both wrestlers bled from wounds sustained during Sunday night's epic match, and the wrestling world has been trying to figure out whether they used razor blades to produce the bloody scene ever since.

And, as the debate continues, it looks like eagle-eyed fans may have pinpointed the moment that Lesnar took things into his own hands.


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A clip from the match, brought to our attention by The Fan's Podcast, shows Lesnar crash against the ring post. But keep a close eye on the second movement towards his right hand:

Adding weight to the idea that this was the moment Lesnar took things to the next level are photos doing the rounds today showing Lesnar being stitched up in the aftermath of the fight.

The wound certainly looks to be where his head comes into contact with his glove in the video above, and plenty of fans seem convinced:

Lesnar, of course, has previous with blading claims. Back at WrestleMania 31, in his original grudge match against The Undertaker, there were claims that The Beast Incarnate had used a blade to produce blood. 


Now though, with Vince McMahon reportedly furious with the appearance of blood, Lesnar could be in some trouble with the WWE CEO.

Then again, with the match going down so well with the WWE Universe, and The Beast Incarnate once again proving himself to be a huge draw, McMahon will be hard pressed to do more than give the Superstar a warning not to repeat the move.

WWE fans: Does this video prove Lesnar bladed? Have your say in the comments below...

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