Mick Foley takes a plunge off the Hell in a Cell cage at the hands of The Undertaker [photo courtesy of theyuppieyinzer. Hitting women in the face? We have to remember that a lot of this madness came from Vince McMahon, who allowed these ideas to air live, sometimes even including himself in the craziness. The two brawl on the floor, and the scene ends with all of the participant fussing around with their clothes off, proving that the WWE will do anything for ratings. In one famous match, the pair asked Vince McMahon if they could use blood. During the same feud, Chris Jericho took a swing at Michaels, who moved out of the way and left his wife to take the blow. Whether he is the type of man anyone should feel comfortable working for is up for debate, but the only conclusion that seems fair is that Vince thrives in these moments in question. Even in the PG era, we had the likes of Paige prancing around in her panties, licking faces, and pinning opponents in positions that caused male viewers to shift their posture. Yet there are times when wrestling took it too far. Never miss a story! But did he really deserve to be beaten 11 times with a metal chair whilst handcuffed? One of the moments that WWE pushed the boundaries was his ass-kissing club in which superstar wrestlers were paid money to, you guessed it, kiss his ass on stage. What starts as a somewhat reasonable game quickly spirals out of control as Candice Michelle accuses Maria of manipulating the game. Fans praise the Attitude Era when wrestlers took up extreme personas and rivalries lead to bizarre scenarios and unforgettable moments. Vince agreed that they could, but during the match, Michaels cut himself too deep and fought the rest of the bout with an extremely bloody face; this spelled the end of the use of blood in the WWE.