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Name: Wade Barrett Birthday: August 10, 1980 Ring Names: Bad News Barrett, Wade Barrett, Stu Bennett, Stu Sanders, Lawrence Knight Short Biography: Stuart Alexander "Stu" Bennett is an English professional wrestler, signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (under the SmackDown brand) as Wade Barrett and is a five-time WWE Intercontinental Champion as well as 2015 King of the Ring. After honing his skills in Florida Championship Wrestling, Wade Barrett went on to win Season One of WWE NXT in May 2010. Barrett rose to power, notoriety, and dominance as the founding leader of the Nexus for the latter half of 2010 and from early to mid-2011 formed (and later disbanded) another alliance, the Corre, during his first reign as WWE Intercontinental champion. The latter part of 2011 saw the Barrett Barrage propel the English superstar to his greatest height thus far as a single competitor. (Continued)
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BALTIMORE — Neville’s uprising against King Barrett’s ruthless rule soared to new heights at WWE Payback, as The Man That Gravity Forgot defeated WWE’s King of the Ring by Count Out and delivered a spectacular post-match Red Arrow to the royal Superstar.
Neville def. King Barrett
Despite successfully bull hammering his way past The Man That Gravity Forgot at WWE King of the Ring Live, it was the electric Neville who got a taste of payback on this evening. The electrifying Superstar got off to a quick start in this contest of British born competitors, but Barrett soon gained control of the bout thanks to his powerful striking offense. Delivering a brutal array of kicks, knees and punches, the chiseled King successfully grounded the high-flying Neville.
Unfortunately for Bad News Barrett, even the King of the Ring couldn’t hold down The New Sensation, as a resolute Neville fought back with an energized attack. Barrett rolled out of the ring to avoid Neville’s spectacular Red Arrow, but the King was unable to escape harm’s way as Neville performed an awesome over-the-top-rope dive onto his foe, injuring both Barrett and himself.
A determined Neville climbed back into the ring, but Barrett instead chose to remain outside the ring as the referee counted to 10, handing the less than fulfilling victory to a frustrated Neville. The cunning King was not done with the fight; however, as he interrupted his opponent’s celebration, tossing the sensational Superstar from the ring .
The speedy Superstar would not let the King get the last laugh on this night though, countering a potential knockout blow with the septor into an impressive german suplex. Then, Neville hit the King with a Red Arrow of royal proportions.
With Neville’s determined fight against King Barrett’s monarchy gaining momentum, what’s next for these British rivals?
Neville def. Bo Dallas (King Barrett on commentary)
As Bo Dallas walked to the ring to face Neville, he expressed his desire to fill the void left by Daniel Bryan and insulted WWE’s “Yes!” Man in the process.
But with King Barrett joining the SmackDown commentators, Dallas ultimately proved no match for the earth-shattering Red Arrow of “The Man That Gravity Forgot.” Moments after the bell, King Barrett promised “corporal punishment” for Neville at WWE Payback in the form of a royal Bull Hammer.
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Raw Results for May 11, 2015
King Barrett def. Dolph Ziggler
Make no mistake, King Barrett is watching his throne. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that Sheamus is also watching his back from commentary, but “The Bloody King” got his reign back on track after Neville & Dolph Ziggler one-upped him last week on SmackDown. The Showoff wasn’t about to quietly assume the role of Barrett’s “Royal Arse-Kisser,” superkicking the monarch before he’d even shed his cape for a near-fall, forcing Barrett to battle back from underneath.
Even that wasn’t quite enough, as Ziggler thwarted the Bull Hammer by superkicking Barrett in the elbow and rammed him shoulder-first into the ring post. Sensing disaster for the King, Sheamus rushed to the ring and distracted Ziggler, allowing Barrett to capitalize by thumping him with another Bull Hammer for the win. The Celtic Warrior cleaned up after his King, bestowing a beating upon The Showoff after the bell, ending with a Brogue Kick that all but knocked Ziggler back to the feudal ages.