10 Landmark Firsts in Wrestling That Fans Should Know About

10 landmark firsts that wrestling fans should know about

Blood has been part of professional wrestling since way before wrestlers started cutting themselves to bleed. . Originally, a carefully placed shot over an eyebrow bone would do the trick. That practice fell out of favour however, in favour of the more consistent, less painful, and more dramatic blading. TV networks were not impressed with seeing Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes and Abdullah The Butcher’s crimson masks, so it wasn’t until Wrestlemania II, when King Kong Bundy got busted open by Hulk Hogan in the main event, that we saw blading on television.