Ken Shamrock is stepping back into a wrestling ring.
The multifaceted Ken Shamrock has made a name for himself in both the Mixed Martial Arts and professional wrestling worlds. Shamrock has the prestigious honor of being a UFC Hall Of Famer, the first UFC Superfight Champion, a former NWA World Heavyweight Champion, King Of The Ring winner, WWF Intercontinental Champion and a former WWF Tag Team Champion.
Shamrock stated during an interview earlier this year that he will never see himself as "retired" and as exampled by his recent announcement that stands true. The man who was once-dubbed as "The Worlds Most Dangerous Man" is getting back into a wrestling ring after nine years since he last wrestled. Shamrock's last match was in 2009 at 'JCW: Bloodymania III' where he defeated Jimmy Jacobs while fellow UFC Hall Of Famer Dan Severn guest refereed.
The 54-year old Shamrock announced that he will be competing for the Australia-based 'Battle Championship Wrestling' promotion's show on November 30th at 'The Whitehorse Function and Convention Centre'.
As mentioned at the beginning of this article, Shamrock stated during an interview that he will never "retire" and to read that interview, click here.