Quite possibly one the most iconic images in pro wrestling history, Stone Cold Steve Austin refuses to tap out in the sharpshooter his face a crimson mask. It's widely regarded as the image which began the Attitude Era. Quotes like this from @[Randy Savage] Made me think about creating this thread. What's your opinion on blood in the WWE? Mine is that it can be used as a great storytelling tool, providing it's not abused. After all the effect is weakened if every week someone's face is a bloody mess, doesn't it? I also don't believe the possible health side effects should be forced upon the wrestlers. They have a tough enough job as it is, without being put in the risk of infections. In summary I'm a fan of blood being used rarely as it can help build a character but not if it happens just for the sake of having blood. What does everyone else think?