WWE King Of The Ring 2015 results: Bad News Barrett beats Neville to be crowned first king since 2010

Sheamus and R-Truth had lost in the semi-finals

James Orr
Wednesday 29 April 2015 12:19
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Bad News Barrett won the King Of The Ring tournament
Bad News Barrett won the King Of The Ring tournament

All hail King Barrett!

Bad News Barrett from Preston won the King Of The Ring tournament last night, beating fellow Englishman Neville in the final.

The popular knock-out tournament returned for the first time after a five-year absence.

The semi-finals and finals of the tournament were shown on the WWE network, and featured the foursome of Sheamus, Neville, R-Truth and Bad News Barrett, after they won their preliminary matches the previous night on Raw.

In those preliminary matches, Bad New Barrett beat Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth defeated Stardust, Sheamus won against Dean Ambrose and Neville got the better of Luke Harper.

The show opened with the semi-final between Sheamus and Neville. Neville, from Newcastle, advanced to the final after connecting with his spectacular Red Arrow finishing move. Dolph Ziggler had come out and distracted Sheamus by playing video footage of him winning at Extreme Rules.

Bad News Barrett hits the Bull Hammer on Neville

In the second semi-final, Bad News Barrett hit the Bull Hammer elbow on his opponent R-Truth to reach the final.

In the final, Bad News Barrett defeated Neville to be crowned king after hitting the Bull Hammer elbow following Neville's Red Arrow miss.

Full results

Semi-finals

Neville def Sheamus

Bad News Barrett def R-Truth

Final

Bad News Barrett def Neville

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