Originally Posted by CM_SUXX_NOT
I'm not 100% sure, but I think IF they did blade it was at these times:
Cena - Directly after the clothesline. I've watched it back a few times and I don't see any significant signs of blood before that. After he is put on the ground from the clothesline, it looks as though he's reaching in his wrist straps and then the camera cuts away. Next we see him bleeding.
Brock - After he gets hit with the chain covered fist. He goes on his back and brings both hands to his head. We can't see a good angle (probably intentionally) and then he's bleeding when he gets up. He also did a very common move of rubbing his hand across the wound as he was getting up. They would do that so it would show through even more.
NOW, I can't say they did blade for sure. BOTH has legitimate reasons to bleed. Cena was hit with some wicked elbows and Brock was hit was a chain. The WWE is known to bend they're own rules too. They could have told them they can do the blading, but they will fine them. Triple H and Undertaker were both fined (I believe) after using chair shots to the head at Wrestlemania 27.
All I can say is that it's awesome that we're even having this discussion. We're actually trying to figure out if it was legit or not. That's great. They need to keep that line blurred as long as they can. (I'm not asking for more blood, but more matches that sell a legit beating).