Ken Shamrock Talks If He’s Retired From MMA, The World’s Most Dangerous Man Nickname

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UFC Hall of Famer and former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ken Shamrock recently spoke with FighterInterviews.com to talk about are a wide range of topics. Here are the highlights:

Nickname of “The World’s Most Dangerous Man:”

“For me, it was an honor. If you give yourself a nickname like that it doesn’t mean anything, but if you get it on National TV, it’s pretty evident that it’s true. I mean, no one could deny that I in fact was the world’s most dangerous man at the time, because I beat everybody in Japan, and then being the champion in the Unites States. There were fighters from all over the world coming to fight me, like Brazil, England, Australia, you name it. The nickname suited me and just stuck with me since then!”

If he has retired from MMA:

“No, I’m not retired. Because if the right fight came up I’d take it! I know how people always say ‘you’re going too long, you shouldn’t fight anymore, bla bla bla’, but I don’t understand that. Most people get to a certain point where they’re just not interested anymore. Me, my heart and my soul will always be a fighter. I’m not comfortable with saying I’m done, I quit, I give up. That’s the way I am and that’s the way I always will be. From the day I was born to the day I die, I am a fighter!”


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