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** The 2003 event also had Rodney Mack and Christopher Nowinski defeating Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys, La Resistance defeating Wrestling/RobVanDam and Wrestling/{{Kane}} for the World Tag Team Championship, Wrestling/RicFlair defeating Wrestling/ShawnMichaels after interference from Flair's Wrestling/{{Evolution}} stable-mate Wrestling/RandyOrton.

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** The 2003 event also had Rodney Mack and Christopher Nowinski Wrestling/ChristopherNowinski defeating Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys, La Resistance defeating Wrestling/RobVanDam and Wrestling/{{Kane}} for the World Tag Team Championship, Wrestling/RicFlair defeating Wrestling/ShawnMichaels after interference from Flair's Wrestling/{{Evolution}} stable-mate Wrestling/RandyOrton.

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* SmallRoleBigImpact: While the PPV itself has had only a few editions, it introduced the Wrestling/HellInACell and all of the associated moments and matches, including ''an entire PPV'' associated with that kind of match.


Bad Blood (originally Badd Blood) is a Wrestling/{{WWE}} professional wrestling pay-per-view event that debuted in 1997. as an ''In Your House'' event. Later in 2003 and 2004, it returned as an exclusive event for the [[Wrestling/WWERaw Raw]] brand. The pay-per-view is known for introducing the Hell in a Cell match, which was the main event all three years the pay-per-view was held. In 2005, ''One Night Stand'' replaced ''Bad Blood'' when ''Wrestling/{{Vengeance}}'' moved to June and ''The Great American Bash'' moved to July.

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Bad Blood (originally Badd Blood) is a Wrestling/{{WWE}} professional wrestling pay-per-view event that debuted in 1997. as an ''In Your House'' event. Later in 2003 and 2004, it returned as an exclusive event for the [[Wrestling/WWERaw Raw]] brand. The pay-per-view is known for introducing the Hell in a Cell Wrestling/HellInACell match, which was the main event all three years the pay-per-view was held. In 2005, ''One Night Stand'' replaced ''Bad Blood'' when ''Wrestling/{{Vengeance}}'' moved to June and ''The Great American Bash'' moved to July.



** All three consecutive Hell in a Cell matches were won by heels.

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** All three consecutive Hell in a Cell Wrestling/HellInACell matches were won by heels.



* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Wrestling/{{Kane}} showed what he was made of when he showed up at the 1997 event when he ripped the door off the Hell in a Cell.
* FinalBattle: The Hell in a Cell match between Wrestling/TripleH and Wrestling/ShawnMichaels served as their final encounter to end a long drawn out feud that started since July 2002. His 2003 match against Wrestling/KevinNash was also this to a lesser extent since their feud lasted for about a couple of months.

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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Wrestling/{{Kane}} showed what he was made of when he showed up at the 1997 event when he ripped the door off the Hell in a Cell.
Wrestling/HellInACell.
* FinalBattle: The Hell in a Cell Wrestling/HellInACell match between Wrestling/TripleH and Wrestling/ShawnMichaels served as their final encounter to end a long drawn out feud that started since July 2002. His 2003 match against Wrestling/KevinNash was also this to a lesser extent since their feud lasted for about a couple of months.



* SpotlightStealingSquad: While all three Hell in a Cell matches were the main events of the pay-per-view, there are two of them that are non-title matches (1997 and 2004).

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* SpotlightStealingSquad: While all three Hell in a Cell Wrestling/HellInACell matches were the main events of the pay-per-view, there are two of them that are non-title matches (1997 and 2004).


'''Bad Blood''' (originally '''Badd Blood''') is a Wrestling/{{WWE}} professional wrestling pay-per-view event that debuted in 1997. as an ''In Your House'' event. Later in 2003 and 2004, it returned as an exclusive event for the [[Wrestling/WWERaw Raw]] brand. The pay-per-view is known for introducing the Hell in a Cell match, which was the main event all three years the pay-per-view was held. In 2005, ''One Night Stand'' replaced ''Bad Blood'' when ''Wrestling/{{Vengeance}}'' moved to June and ''The Great American Bash'' moved to July.

In 2017, it was originally announced that ''Bad Blood'' would be returning as a Raw-exclusive event on July 9, but on April 28, it was confirmed by [=AmericanAirlinesCenter.com=] that the July event would be called ''Great Balls of Fire''.

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'''Bad Blood''' Bad Blood (originally '''Badd Blood''') Badd Blood) is a Wrestling/{{WWE}} professional wrestling pay-per-view event that debuted in 1997. as an ''In Your House'' event. Later in 2003 and 2004, it returned as an exclusive event for the [[Wrestling/WWERaw Raw]] brand. The pay-per-view is known for introducing the Hell in a Cell match, which was the main event all three years the pay-per-view was held. In 2005, ''One Night Stand'' replaced ''Bad Blood'' when ''Wrestling/{{Vengeance}}'' moved to June and ''The Great American Bash'' moved to July.

In 2017, it was originally announced that ''Bad Blood'' would be returning as a Raw-exclusive event on July 9, but on April 28, it was confirmed by [=AmericanAirlinesCenter.com=] that the July event would be called ''Great Balls of Fire''.


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Wrestling/ShawnMichaels was a Heel in the inaugural event. Every appearance he had in this event from after that, he's a Face. Also, it was spelled "Bad'''d''' Blood.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Wrestling/ShawnMichaels was a Heel in the inaugural event. Every appearance he had in this event from after that, he's a Face. Also, it was spelled "Bad'''d''' Bad'''d''' Blood.


In 2017, ''Bad Blood'' was originally returning as a Raw-exclusive event for July 9, but on April 28, 2017, it was confirmed by [=AmericanAirlinesCenter.com=] that it's name is replaced with ''Great Balls of Fire''.

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In 2017, it was originally announced that ''Bad Blood'' was originally would be returning as a Raw-exclusive event for on July 9, but on April 28, 2017, it was confirmed by [=AmericanAirlinesCenter.com=] that it's name is replaced with the July event would be called ''Great Balls of Fire''.


* BrieferThanTheyThink: There event was only held ''three'' times.

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* BrieferThanTheyThink: There The event was only held ''three'' times.


In 2017, ''Bad Blood'' was originally returning as a pay-per-view event for the Raw brand, but in April 28, 2017, it was confirmed by [=AmericanAirlinesCenter.com=] it's name will be known as ''Great Balls of Fire''.

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In 2017, ''Bad Blood'' was originally returning as a pay-per-view Raw-exclusive event for the Raw brand, July 9, but in on April 28, 2017, it was confirmed by [=AmericanAirlinesCenter.com=] that it's name will be known as is replaced with ''Great Balls of Fire''.


In 2017, ''Bad Blood'' will return as a pay-per-view event for the Raw brand.

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In 2017, ''Bad Blood'' will return was originally returning as a pay-per-view event for the Raw brand.
brand, but in April 28, 2017, it was confirmed by [=AmericanAirlinesCenter.com=] it's name will be known as ''Great Balls of Fire''.



* BrieferThanTheyThink: Until its reinstation in 2017, there event was only held ''three'' times.
* CommutingOnABus: Bad Blood debuted in 1997 and disappears until 2003 and ceased after the following year's event. It is set to return again in 2017 as a Raw exclusive event.

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* BrieferThanTheyThink: Until its reinstation in 2017, there There event was only held ''three'' times.
* CommutingOnABus: Bad Blood debuted in 1997 and disappears until 2003 and ceased after the following year's event. It is set to return again in 2017 as a Raw exclusive event.


* BrokenStreak: The 2017 event is likely the first time in the event's history that Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, Wrestling/TripleH, and Wrestling/{{Kane}} will have no involvement due to them being, respectively, retired, semi-retired, and a member of the Smackdown roster.


'''Bad Blood''' (originally '''Badd Blood''') is a Wrestling/{{WWE}} professional wrestling pay-per-view event that debuted in 1997. as an ''In Your House'' event. Later in 2003 and 2004, it returned as an exclusive event for the [[Wrestling/WWERaw Raw]] brand. The pay-per-view is known for introducing the Hell in a Cell match, which was the main event all three years the pay-per-view was held. In 2005, ''One Night Stand'' replaced ''Bad Blood'' when ''Wrestling/{{Vengeance}}'' moved to June and ''The Great American Bash'' moved to July. In 2017, ''Bad Blood'' will return as a pay-per-view event for the Raw brand.

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'''Bad Blood''' (originally '''Badd Blood''') is a Wrestling/{{WWE}} professional wrestling pay-per-view event that debuted in 1997. as an ''In Your House'' event. Later in 2003 and 2004, it returned as an exclusive event for the [[Wrestling/WWERaw Raw]] brand. The pay-per-view is known for introducing the Hell in a Cell match, which was the main event all three years the pay-per-view was held. In 2005, ''One Night Stand'' replaced ''Bad Blood'' when ''Wrestling/{{Vengeance}}'' moved to June and ''The Great American Bash'' moved to July. July.

In 2017, ''Bad Blood'' will return as a pay-per-view event for the Raw brand.


** The 2003 event had Rodney Mack and Christopher Nowinski defeating Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys, La Resistance defeating Wrestling/RobVanDam and Wrestling/{{Kane}} for the World Tag Team Championship, Wrestling/RicFlair defeating Wrestling/ShawnMichaels after interference from Flair's Wrestling/{{Evolution}} stable-mate Wrestling/RandyOrton, and the the Hell in a Cell example above.
** The 2004 event had Wrestling/RandyOrton defeating [[Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam Shelton Benjamin]] to retain the Intercontinental title, Wrestling/TrishStratus defeating then Women's champion [[Wrestling/LisaMarieVaron Victoria]], Wrestling/{{Lita}}, and Wrestling/GailKim to win the title for a record-breaking fifth time (and she would win it two more times), and the Hell in a Cell example above.

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** The 2003 event also had Rodney Mack and Christopher Nowinski defeating Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys, La Resistance defeating Wrestling/RobVanDam and Wrestling/{{Kane}} for the World Tag Team Championship, Wrestling/RicFlair defeating Wrestling/ShawnMichaels after interference from Flair's Wrestling/{{Evolution}} stable-mate Wrestling/RandyOrton, and the the Hell in a Cell example above.
Wrestling/RandyOrton.
** The 2004 event also had Wrestling/RandyOrton defeating [[Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam Shelton Benjamin]] to retain the Intercontinental title, Wrestling/TrishStratus defeating then Women's champion [[Wrestling/LisaMarieVaron Victoria]], Wrestling/{{Lita}}, and Wrestling/GailKim to win the title for a record-breaking fifth time (and she would win it two more times), and the Hell in a Cell example above.times).


** The 2003 event had Rodney Mack and Christopher Nowinski defeating Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys, La Resistance defeating Wrestling/RobVanDam and Wrestling/{{Kane}} for the World Tag Team Championship, Wrestling/RicFlair defeating Wrestling/ShawnMichaels after interference from Flair's Wrestling/{{Evolution}} stable-mate Wrestling/RandyOrton, and the the Hell in a Hell example above.

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** The 2003 event had Rodney Mack and Christopher Nowinski defeating Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys, La Resistance defeating Wrestling/RobVanDam and Wrestling/{{Kane}} for the World Tag Team Championship, Wrestling/RicFlair defeating Wrestling/ShawnMichaels after interference from Flair's Wrestling/{{Evolution}} stable-mate Wrestling/RandyOrton, and the the Hell in a Hell Cell example above.


** The 2004 event had Wrestling/RandyOrton defeating [[Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam Shelton Benjamin]] to retain the Intercontinental title, Wrestling/TrishStratus defeating then Women's champion [[Wrestling/LisaMarieVaron Victoria]], Wrestling/{{Lita}}, and Wrestling/GailKim to win the title for a record-breaking fifth time (and will win it two more times), and the Hell in a Hell example above.

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** The 2004 event had Wrestling/RandyOrton defeating [[Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam Shelton Benjamin]] to retain the Intercontinental title, Wrestling/TrishStratus defeating then Women's champion [[Wrestling/LisaMarieVaron Victoria]], Wrestling/{{Lita}}, and Wrestling/GailKim to win the title for a record-breaking fifth time (and will she would win it two more times), and the Hell in a Hell Cell example above.


* SpotlightStealingSquad: The two Hell in a Cell matches from 1997 and 2004 were the main event and were non-title matches. Averted in the 2003 where the Hell in a Cell match was the main event and the World Heavyweight Title was on the line.

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* SpotlightStealingSquad: The two While all three Hell in a Cell matches from 1997 and 2004 were the main event and were events of the pay-per-view, there are two of them that are non-title matches. Averted in the 2003 where the Hell in a Cell match was the main event matches (1997 and the World Heavyweight Title was on the line.2004).

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