Ryback match stopped due to blood during non-televised live event

During a non-televised live event on Saturday in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, the match between Ryback and Jinder Mahal was stopped and announced as a draw.

The match was halted after Ryback – the former Nexus member known then as Skip Sheffield – suffered a cut in the opening minutes of the match which led to a lot of blood.

Ringside doctors attended to Ryback to stop the bleeding and ordered him to stop the match. WWE does not allow blood anymore in matches due to their PG rating. Ring announcer Tony Chimmel then announced the match as a draw to boos from the crowd.

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