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Ken Shamrock was born on February 11, 1964 in Macon, Georgia, USA. Ken’s careful beginning is obscure, his genuine name is Kilpatrick. Shamrock grew up a vagrant. The impact of the roads made itself felt, and in 1979, Ken Shamrock was sent to a remedial organization for frivolous wrongdoing. Before long he was received by California supporter Robert Shamrock. It was he who prompted Ken to play sports.  At school, Ken Shamrock was occupied with free-form wrestling, after its culmination he ended up keen on wrestling. From 1990 to 2009, Ken is a customary individual from this show. Ken Shamrock performs under the protection of such associations as: SAPW, TNAW, and WWF. In this field, he makes enormous progress.

Debut fight of Shamrock in blended hand to hand fighting occurred in 1993 on the Japanese arrangement Pancrase. After 14 battles, overcoming such acclaimed warriors as Maurice Smith and Bas Rutten, Ken Shamrock on December 17, 1994 turned into the first Pancrase champion. In 1993, parallel to Pancrase, Ken Shamrock contends in the UFC competition, where he loses to Hoisu Gracie for the title. Vengeance occurred in the principle clash of the fifth UFC competition. Following 36 minutes of the session, the arbitrator proclaimed a draw.  UFC champion title Ken Shamrock will win three months after the fact in a fight against Dan Severn (Dan Severn will recover the title in a year). After this triumph, Ken talked at both the UFC and PRIDE, be that as it may, in spite of various genuine triumphs, he couldn’t rehash his prosperity. For benefits and commitments to the advancement of blended hand to hand fighting, Ken Shamrock is incorporated into the UFC Hall of Fame. Kem Shamrock record consists of 28 victories.

Unusual fights: siblings Ken and Frank Shamrock marked an agreement to battle against one another

As indicated by ESPN, previous UFC champions Ken and Frank Shamrock marked an agreement to battle against one another which is relied upon to occur in April and is publicized as the main battle between siblings in hand to hand fighting history. As indicated by ESPN, previous UFC champions Ken and Frank Shamrock marked an agreement to battle against one another, which is relied upon to happen in April and is publicized as the principal battle between siblings in combative techniques history. “This battle is extraordinary bait, – said Frank Shamrock. – Brothers beating one another. Everybody will need to see it.”

Note that Frank and Ken are not siblings and did not grow up together – they were both adopted at different times by Bob Shamrock, who educated difficult teens on his ranch in California. The relationship between the brothers has been strained for more than ten years: Ken accuses Frank of betrayal of his adoptive father, and Frank claims that Ken tried to slow down his martial arts career. Commenting on the news of the signing of the contract, Ken Shamrock expressed the hope that their adoptive father Bob Shamrock would be able to attend the fight.

“I think he will support both,” Ken said. “But I also think that he is not happy with how Frank behaved towards him.” He loves both of us, but he would certainly like Frank to get a lesson … We are both fighters. Frank thinks he’s better, but I always beat him in training. Now he wants to prove me right.

The former UFC heavyweight champion became the oldest active fighter in MMA. In the end, Shamrock met with the hero of YouTube – Kimbo Slice.

It was difficult to present more surreal news than Ken Shamrock’s officially announced fight with Kimbo Slice. Many fans first decided that it was some kind of ridiculous joke. But the news was officially announced on the Bellator website, and the banner of the Bellator 138 tournament, with its lonely and slightly sad faces of Slice and Shamrock, proudly flaunts on Sherdog.com. Ken Shamrock is not some kind of Mickey Rourke, who spent two and a half fights in nineteen some year, after which he imagined himself a great boxer. Shamrock is a legend of MMA!

Ken Shamrock fought his last fight relatively recently, just a few years ago. In 2010, he met with Mike Burke, and this was his tenth defeat in the last 15 fights. In this video, Shamrock, 46 years old: The first question that comes to mind after the initial shock subsides is extremely simple: HOW? How the hell is this possible?! It would be foolish to pretend that many of them watched Shamrock’s very first fight in the UFC, back in 1993, live. Now it is very fashionable to pretend to be hardcore MMA connoisseurs who, at the dawn of the 90s, sat in the cellars with beer, swayed on a makeshift deck chair and watched the fights on video tapes. Ken Shamrock for my generation of fans is a symbol, a legend of the past. And legends are better left to be legends, rather than returning to big fights instead of nursing grandchildren.

Ken Shamrock – Kimbo Slice

41-year-old and fairly pumped Kimbo Slice, who against the background of Shamrock seemed relatively young fighter, is in a difficult situation. On the one hand, he gets a loud battle with an opponent whose scale is difficult to overestimate. But on the other hand, let us then bend Muhammad Ali, and don’t care that he is 73 years old and Parkinson. But what a great fight, what names! Kimbo Slice, in the strict sense of the word, is not even a MMA fighter. He – the fruit of efforts to promote himself on YouTube. Hefty and exhaled in the middle of the first round, Kimbo (whose name is actually Kevin Fergusson) is a modern version of Bob Sapp. Well, maybe a little more improved. Slice didn’t keep up badly against the fighters whose names are below the bottom line of the UFC rating, but couldn’t stand the test even by Matt Mitrion.

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However, the battle of Kimbo and Shamrock has its prydstoriya. Both fighters were supposed to meet as part of the Elite XC tournament in 2008. But right on the day of the battle, Shamrock was injured and had to withdraw from the tournament. Seth Petruzelli, who was going to fight in the same light heavyweight title, came to replace Shamrock. Kimbo, feeling light prey, willingly accepted the fight and in vain. Then, after some 7 years, which of course had no effect on the physical form of both fighters, this battle, nevertheless, will take place. Now it is finally becoming clear that Shamrock’s visit to the Bellator fan festival was not at all accidental. But at this festival, Ken was not the only guest star. So don’t be discouraged, dear MMA fans! It is possible that once, on a warm spring day in 2022, Fedor Emelianenko also decides that he still has something to say to the 50-year-old Brok Lesnar.

Legendary fight against Slice

Ken Shamrock swore by his family that the fight against Slice was real. For MMA veteran Ken Shamrock, the past week was clearly not an easy one. He didn’t have time to recover from the knockout to which Kimbo Slice sent him to the Bellator 138 tournament, when accusations that the last battle was “staged” fell on him. The popular UFC commentator Joe Rogan did not stand aside. He stated that he believed that the fight looked like a “fake” and was “planned.” Rogan was very surprised by the fact that Shamrock in whose career there were many victories with painful techniques could not perform strangulation from the back, being in a position close to perfect. Ken, in a recent issue of Submission Radio, responded to attacks from the UFC commentator: “Why is anyone in the world in the position of Joe Rogan saying something like that when he has no evidence. Speculations based on his speculation can ruin someone’s career. It also looks like if I tell his wife that he is going to the left. That I have no evidence, but someone said something like that.”

Shamrock is confident that Rogan’s comments can cause irreparable damage to his legacy: “You have listeners. You have a responsibility. You need to be sure that so that you do not say you can take the words back. Don’t just say it because you think so. You ruin people of life with something that there is no evidence. He is mistaken in what he said. He can ruin my career and my life. What he says? There is no evidence. ” Ken said that he was stunned by the criticism after the battle, and that he did everything he could: “I swear to everyone that I love, my family, Lord, that the battle was not rigged. People who say this are simply evil because they lost the bet or they are just harmful. Many of the people who said that the fight was a front one said that I would never enter the ring again. I’m 51 and I’m too old. That I can’t speak at that age. Now they say that I just could not lose. I’m really dumbfounded. Minute earlier, I could not compete, but now I could not lose. You really decide.”

Late WWE feeds: Ken Shamrock fight record

Ken crushed Hardcore Holly, and after the triumph pointed his finger at the sky, reviewing the wonderful Owen Hart, who passed on the last occasion as a result of a mishap. On Heat, Ken crushed Jeff Jarrett and went to the King Ring competition, however got a guitar on the head from Jarrett. On RAW, Jarrett kept Ken from overcoming Val Venis. On Heat, Shamrock averted Jarrett amid his match with Test, and Jarrett kept Shamrock and Road Dog from overcoming China and Billy Gunn. At that point MacMan designated Ken for a match against Jarrett, in which Ken should battle in a straitjacket. Jarrett, of course, won. The judge attempted to free Ken, yet Vince stole the key. Ken discharged at any rate, after which he beat Jarrett and both McMans. At King Of The Ring, Ken battled against Cain, Billy Gunn and the Big Show, however lost because of suspension. Ken kept on chasing McMans. At RAW, Ken crushed Viscera and beat him with a seat. At that point he partook in the match against Test and Jarrett for the title of intercontinental boss, however lost because of the mediation of Steve Blackman, Ken later figured out how to beat Shane McMen a bit, Vince figured out how to get away.