Randy Orton Busted Open In WWE Money In The Bank Main Event

Randy Orton suffered a laceration on top of his head during the ladder match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Sunday night’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view. The spot was replayed on the pay-per-view broadcast and Orton received medical attention at ringside.

Below is a photo of Orton after the injury, which obviously wasn’t significant enough to take him out of the match:

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  • Jason

    Blood makes it more exciting. Ladder matches are brutal, always has been, always will be.

  • http://www.wrestlingnewsworld.com/ Kendra Bunyon

    It’s nice to see that they didn’t rush to Orton with white towels to clean up the color. Sometimes color happens naturally, and as long as it’s just blood, and nothing really dangerous to anyone in the match, I say leave it, it adds to the match.

    There were a number of refs and medical professionals out at ringside watching Orton, and the rest of the wrestlers in the match, to make sure there wasn’t anything truly horrid going on.

    Personally, I think color adds to a match, and that they’re no longer blading, it adds that much more to what’s going on in and around the ring. When wrestlers were blading all the time, it lost the impact, but I have to say it was even worse to see the refs and medical staff rushing out at the slightest bit of blood, because they were so PG that not one drop of blood could be shown on TV. It’s a nice balance – finally!