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Kenneth Wayne Shamrock (né Kilpatrick; born February 11, 1964) is an American bare-knuckle boxing promoter, professional wrestler, and retired mixed martial artist and kickboxer. He is best known for his time in UFC.
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- Professional Wrestling Career
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Shamrock experienced hardships as a child. A "military brat," Kenneth Wayne Kilpatrick was born at the Robins Air Force Base, in Warner Robins, Georgia, where he would then live for the first four years of his life. His father, Richard Kilpatrick, was a United States Air Force enlistee and his mother was Diane Kilpatrick, who worked as a waitress and a dancer, had her first son when she was only 15 years old. Shamrock had three brothers and came from a broken family in a predominantly African-American neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. He was often left to fend for himself, getting into many fights without the supervision or guidance of his parents. Shamrock's father abandoned his family and when Shamrock was five years old, his mother, divorced from Richard Kilpatrick, remarried an Army aviator named Bob Nance. The newly formed family moved to Napa, California, Nance's hometown. The Shamrock boys were outsiders in this community, coming from a poor background and speaking in a South...
In 1988, Shamrock trained as a professional wrestler under Bob Sawyer, Buzz Sawyer and Nelson Royal. He debuted in 1990 in Royal's North Carolina-based Atlantic Coast Wrestling promotion under the ring name Wayne Shamrock. After ACW folded, he moved on to the George Scott/Paul Jones-run company South Atlantic Pro Wrestling (which initially promoted under the banner of the North American Wrestling Association), and changed his ring name to Vince Torelli. He eventually turned heel, adopting the...
World Wrestling Federation
Shamrock made his WWF debut on the February 24, 1997 episode of Monday Night Raw. On March 23, 1997, Shamrock, identified as Ken Shamrock and billed as "The World's Most Dangerous Man"—a name given to him by ABC News—refereed a submission match between Bret Hart and Steve Austin at WrestleMania 13. Shamrock returned to the ring following WrestleMania, squashing Vernon White (one of his Lion's Den students) in his debut WWF match. He went on to feud with Vader, Bret Hart and The Hart Foundatio...
Ring of Honor
Shamrock returned to professional wrestling in March 2002 after being billed as The World's Most Dangerous Man, refereeing a Ring of Honor match between Bryan Danielson and Low Ki.Finishing movesSignature moves
Mixed martial arts
1. Pancrase Hybrid Wrestling 1.1. King of Pancrase(1994) 1.2. King of Pancrase Tournamentwinner 1.3. One successful title defense 1.4. Six wins over other Pancrase champions 1.5. First ever champion of Pancrase 1. Pride Fighting Championships 1.1. Pride Grand Prix 2000 Finals Superfight Winner 2. World Mixed Martial Arts Association 2.1. WMMAA Heavyweight Championship (1 time) 3. Black Belt Magazine 3.1. 2000 Full-Contact Fighter of the Year 4. Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards 4.1. 2002 F...
1. Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1.1. Most Improved Wrestler of the Year (1997) 1.2. PWI ranked him #157of the 500 best singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 1995 1.3. PWI ranked him #236of the 500 best singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 1996 1.4. PWI ranked him #38of the 500 best singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 1997 1.5. PWI ranked him #8of the 500 best singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 1998 1.6. PWI ranked him #23of the 500 best singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 1999 1.7. PWI r...
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Ken Shamrock: Bio In the late 1990s, an unmistakable and thundering guitar riff marked the coming of The World’s Most Dangerous Man, Ken Shamrock. The memorable entrance theme signaled an unbridled intensity that Shamrock brought to the squared circle — a competitive nature forged through his mixed martial arts discipline and WWE career.
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Nov. 2, 1998 - Mr. McMahon picks a fight with The Rock and makes a stipulation saying if he doesn't win the Intercontinental Championship from Ken Shamrock, ...
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WWE Superstars knew to beware of the Ankle Lock when Ken Shamrock's entrance video played in the arena. More WWE - http://www.wwe.com/
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Jericho was also feuding with Ken Shamrock at the time due to attacking him with a chair prior to Shamrock's scheduled match with Val Venis. It would lead to a match between the two at Unforgiven. However, on the September 23 episode of SmackDown! , Shamrock was badly injured after losing a First Blood match to Jericho and left WWF. 
On February 13, Ken Shamrock viciously attacked Val Venis and the WWF referees during an interview. On February 15, Ryan helped Venis win his match after she was accidentally knocked off the apron only to be dumped by Venis following. That same night backstage, Billy Gunn tried consoling Ryan only to be attacked from behind by Ken.
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