WWE King of the Ring brackets revealed

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

WWE revealed the brackets for the King of the Ring tournament and the following first-round matches.

Raw Side of the Bracket

-Cesaro vs. Samoa Joe

-Ricochet vs. Drew McIntyre

-Cedric Alexandr vs. Sami Zayn

-The Miz vs. Baron Corbin

Smackdown Side of the Bracket

-Kevin Owens vs. Elias

-Ali vs. Buddy Murphy

-Chad Gable vs. Shelton Benjamin

-Apollo Crews vs. Andrade

Powell’s POV: The winner of the Cesaro vs. Joe match will face the winner of the Ricochet vs. McIntyre and then so on down the list. The tournament will start on Monday’s Raw and will continue to air on Raw and Smackdown until the finals play out at the Clash of Champions pay-per-view on September 15.

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Readers Comments (5)

  1. You have to wonder if Chad Gable vs. Shelton Benjamin will be joined in progress with no entrances. Just seems like an odd match up of arguably the two least likely winners of the tourney.

  2. I have a final four of Drew v Miz and KO v Andrade. I’m fairly confident on the SD side, but Raw could go Ricochet v Corbin as well.

    Either way, I think Andrade walks away as KOTR.

  3. Looking at that it will come down to Ricochet vs Corbin on the raw side.

    Definitely Owens vs Andrade on SD side.

    Owens vs Corbin final. Shane O costs Owens the final for King Corbin. Or his interference fails for King Owens. Either way I am convinced this is your final.

  4. corbin’s boring character and generic promos are already like he was a king of the ring winner so it wouldn’t be much of a character change or career suicide like it was for bad news barrett

  5. Murphy wins the KOTR.

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