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here! Title History SAPW (South Atlantic Pro Wrestling) Heavyweight title defeating Chris Chavis [Tournament] (February 1991); WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight title defeating X-Pac [Tournament Final] (October 12, 1998); WWF World Tag Team titles w/Big Bossman defeating New Age Outlaws (December 14, 1998); NWA World Heavyweight title by winning a “Gauntlet for the Gold” match [pinning Malice] (June 19, 2002); Ken Shamrock Career Highlights In The Beginning: Ken Kilpatrick ‘s father abandoned he and his family and Ken and his brothers learned to fight at an early age. Ken Kilpatrick ‘s step-father tried to control them by beating them but that didnt work. Ken Kilpatrick (age 10) ran away from home and found himself living in an abandoned car with a few other boys. Ken Kilpatrick (age 10) got stabbed defending himself against an older kid. Ken Kilpatrick (age 14) was sent to the Shamrock Ranch for Boys, which was run by Bob Shamrock. ~~~Bob Shamrock soon encouraged Ken to try out for sports at Lassen High School. Ken Kilpatrick was a natural wrestler and had a rare passion and talent for football. Ken Kilpatrick, as an undefeated wrestler, was on his way to a state championship. Ken put another wrestler on his shoulders during wrestling practice and was about to drop him, when the mat slipped under him. ~~~His opponents weight fell on Ken’s head and neck causing two fractured vertabreas. ~~~A metal halo was inserted in Ken’s skull to prevent his spine from shifting. ~~~Ken was told to avoid strenuous activity for a year and that he would never be able to participate in contact sports again. ~~~Two months later, Ken was lifting weights, playing basketball and even beat a wrestler who weighed over 100lbs more than him. ~~~Bob noticed that the injury, if anything, seemed to leave Ken’s charge nearly impervious to pain. 1982: Ken Kilpatrick turned 18, Bob Shamrock legally adopted him and Ken finally got the father that he always wanted. Training: 1988: Bob Shamrock suggested to Ken that he try out pro-wrestling and enrolled Ken into Bob Sawyers School of Pro Wrestling. 1988: Ken “Shamrock” was trained by the late Buzz Sawyer in Sacramento, California. 1988: Ken Shamrock recieved addition training with Nelson Royal at Royals ACW Wrestling School. 1988: Ken Shamrock entered some Tough Man contests, and was successful in three competitions. Wrestling Debut: Ken started to work for South Atlantic Pro Wrestling under the name Wayne Shamrock and was managed by Paul Jones. Wayne Shamrock won his first Televised match within a few seconds with a suplex. Wayne Shamrock’s gimmick was then changed to a heel, “Mr. Wrestling” Vince Torelli. Japan’s UWF Shoot Fighting: September 1990: Ken Shamrock earned a spot with the second incarnation of Japan’s UWF shoot fighting group. ~~~Ken Shamrock’s friend Dean Malenko had recommended Ken for a spot on the UWF roster. ~~~Ken Shamrock made a lasting impression on UWF stars Masakatsu Funaki and Minoru Suzuki. ~~~Funaki and Suzuki invited Ken to join a shootfighting organization they were forming named Pancrase. Back with South Atlantic Pro Wrestling: February 1991: Ken (as Torelli) defeated Chris Chavis in a Tournament Final to capture the South Atlantic Pro Wrestling title. Pancrase and Ultimate Fighting: Ken Shamrock officially moved on to Pancrase. September 21, 1993: Ken Shamrock defeated Masakatsu Funaki in the main event of the promotions 1st show. November 1993 – 1ST UFC EVENT: Ken Shamrock defeated Pat Smith, but fell victim to Royce Gracie in the semifinals. December 1994 – KING OF PANCRASE: Ken Shamrock defeated Manabu Yamada by Judge’s decision (3-0) to claim the honors. UFC V: Ken Shamrock fought nemesis Royce Gracie to a draw. UFC VI: Ken Shamrock defeated Dan “The Beast” Severn with a Guillotine Choke to become the 1st Superfight Champion. December 7, 1996: Ken Shamrock defeated Brian Johnston in an UFC Octagon. World Wrestling Federation: February 24, 1997: Ken Shamrock made his first appearance for the WWF, sitting at ringside during Monday Night “RAW” ~~~ Ken Shamrock had signed a three-year contract with the World Wrestling Federation earlier in the day. March 23, 1997 – WrestleMania 13: Ken Shamrock was the referee for the “I Quit” match between Bret Hart and Steve Austin. April 7, 1997 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Vernon White. World Wrestling Federation – Ken Shamrock vs. The Hart Foundation: Ken Shamrock’s first WWF match was against Vernon White (one of his students from the Lion’s Den) who he defeated. May 11, 1997 – A Cold Day in Hell: Ken Shamrock defeated Vader in a No Holds Barred Match with the ankle-lock. June 23, 1997 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Rockabilly. June 30, 1997 RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley. July 6, 1997 – Canadian Stampede: Goldust, Ken Shamrock, Steve Austin & The Legion Of Doom (Road Warrior Animal & Road Warrior Hawk) defeated The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart, Brian Pillman, Jim Neidhart, Owen Hart & The British Bulldog). July 13, 1997 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Ken Shamrock defeated Salvatore Sincere. July 14, 1997 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Jim Neidhart by disqualification. July 21, 1997 – RAW: Vader defeated Ken Shamrock by Count Out. August 3, 1997 – SummerSlam: The British Bulldog defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification to retain the European title. ~~~The stipulation was that if the British Bulldog lost the match, he would be forced to eat some dog food. ~~~The Bulldog put some dog food on Ken Shamrock, causing him to “snap” and go crazy on a crew of WWE referees. August 4, 1997 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Kama Mustapha. August 9, 1997 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Ken Shamrock was in a battle royal won by The Patriot. August 11, 1997 – RAW: Ken Shamrock and The Patriot defeated Davey Boy Smith and Owen Hart. August 18, 1997 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated The Sultan. World Wrestling Federation – Ken Shamrock vs. The Nation of Domination: World Wrestling Federation – Ken Shamrock vs. Degeneration-X: November 10, 1997 – RAW: Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Ken Shamrock. November 24, 1997 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Savio Vega. December 6, 1997 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Ken Shamrock defeated Mark Kyle. December 7, 1997 – Degeneration-X: Ken Shamrock defeated WWF champion Shawn Michaels by disqualification. December 21, 1997: Ken Shamrock was scheduled to compete at a UFC PPV, but his opponent, Takada backed out of the deal. World Wrestling Federation – Ken Shamrock vs. The Nation of Domination: December 22, 1997 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated D’Lo Brown. December 29, 1997 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Kama Mustapha. January 5, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Faarooq. January 12, 1998 – RAW: Mark Henry and Ken Shamrock vs. The Rock and D’Lo Brown ended in a No Contest. January 18, 1998 – Royal Rumble: Rocky Maivia defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification to retain the Intercontinental title. ~~~Ken “snapped” and attacked the referee who disqualification’d him for using brass knuckles, even though Maivia brought them in. Ken Shamrock was also in the Royal Rumble match won by Steve Austin. January 26, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Mark Henry by disqualification. February 9, 1998 – RAW: The Rock and Faarooq defeated Ken Shamrock and Chainz. February 15, 1998 – No Way Out: Ken Shamrock and Ahmed Johnson and DOA defeated The Nation of Domination. February 16, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Sniper. February 23, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated NWA North American Champion Jeff Jarrett in a Non-title match. March 9, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock and Steve Blackman defeated The Rock and Faarooq by disqualification. March 17, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated D’Lo Brown by disqualification. March 29, 1998 – WrestleMania 14: Ken Shamrock was declared the winner against Rocky Maivia via submission. ~~~Shamrock refused to break the hold, the referee reversed the decision, so Maivia won via disqualification. March 30, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock and Steve Blackman defeated Farooq and The Rock. April 4, 1998 – Mayhem in Manchester: Ken Shamrock and Owen Hart defeated Rocky Maivia and D-Lo Brown. April 6, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Marc Mero by disqualification. April 13, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock and Steve Blackman vs. The New Midnight Express ended in a Double disqualification. April 26, 1998 – Unforgiven: Ken Shamrock and Faarooq and Steve Blackman defeated The Nation of Domination. April 27, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock vs Owen Hart vs. The Rock and D’Lo Brown ended in a No Contest. ~~~Owen Hart turned on partner Ken Shamrock and joined The Nation. June 8, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated The Godfather. June 15, 1998 – RAW: Owen Hart and Mark Henry defeated Ken Shamrock and Dan Severn. June 22, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Mark Henry. World Wrestling Federation – Ken Shamrock is King of the Ring: June 28, 1998 – King of the Ring: Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett in the 1st Round of the Tournament. ~~~Ken Shamrock defeated Rocky Maivia in the finals to be declared the 1998 King of the Ring! July 6, 1998 – RAW: Ken had a match with Jeff Jarrett but was suddenly attacked by Mabel from the crowd. ~~~Ken Shamrock challenged Mabel to a match later that night, and Ken defeated the “former” King. July 26, 1998 – Fully Loaded: Owen Hart defeated Ken Shamrock in a Dungeon match with Dan Severn as referee. August 2, 1998 – HEAT: European Champion D-Lo Brown defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification. August 17, 1998 – RAW: Dan Severn defeated Ken Shamrock and Owen Hart in a 3-WAY to retain the NWA World Title. August 24, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Dan Severn by disqualification (disqualification means Dan Severn retains the NWA World Title). August 30, 1998 – SummerSlam: Ken Shamrock defeated Owen Hart in a Lion’s Den match with the anklelock submission. August 31, 1998 – RAW: The Disciples of Apocalypse vs Ken Shamrock and Steve Blackman ended in a No Contest. September 6, 1998 – HEAT: Bradshaw defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification. September 13, 1998 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock defeated Vader. September 14, 1998 – RAW: Steve Austin vs Ken Shamrock ended in a No Contest (Steve Austin retains the WWF Title). September 21, 1998 – RAW: The Rock vs Mankind vs Ken Shamrock ended in a No Contest in a 3-WAY. September 27, 1998 – Breakdown: The Rock defeated Ken Shamrock and Mankind in a triple threat steel cage match. September 28, 1998 – RAW: The Rock, Mankind and Ken Shamrock defeated Kane and The Undertaker. October 4, 1998 – HEAT: The Disciples of Apocalypse defeated Ken Shamrock and Mankind. October 5, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Kane. October 11, 1998 – HEAT: Al Snow defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification. October 12, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman in an IC title Tournament Match. ~~~Ken Shamrock defeated Val Venis in Round #2. Ken Shamrock defeated X-Pac to win the Intercontinental title! October 18, 1998 – Judgment Day: Ken Shamrock defeated Mankind to retain the Intercontinental title. October 19, 1998 – RAW: X-Pac defeated Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock in a non-title match. October 26, 1998 – RAW: Steve Austin defeated Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock by disqualification in a non-title I Quit match. November 2, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated The Rock by disqualification. Shamrock retains the Intercontinental title. November 9, 1998 – RAW: Hardcore champion Mankind defeated Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock in a non-title match. World Wrestling Federation – Ken Shamrock and The Corporation: November 1998: Ken Shamrock accepted McMahon’s invitation to join his Corporation. November 15, 1998 – Survivor Series: Ken Shamrock participated in a WWF Heavyweight championship Tournament. ~~~Shamrock beat Goldust (1st Round) | Shamrock beat The Rock (2nd Round) | The Rock beat Shamrock (Semi-Finals). November 22, 1998 – HEAT: Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock defeated Val Venis by disqualification to retain the title. November 23, 1998 – RAW: Hardcore champ Mankind beat Big Bossman and Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock in a 3-way match. November 29, 1998 – HEAT: The Big Bossman and Ken Shamrock defeated Mankind and Al Snow. November 30, 1998 – RAW: Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock defeated WWF European champion X-Pac by disqualification to retain the title. December 6, 1998 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock, The Big Bossman and The Rock defeated Edge, Christian and Gangrel by disqualification. December 6, 1998 – Capitol Carnage: Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock beat Steve Blackman via submission to retain the title. December 7, 1998 – RAW: Degeneration X vs Ken Shamrock and The Big Bossman ended in a No Contest. December 13, 1998 – Rock Bottom: The New Age Outlaws defeated Big Bossman and Ken Shamrock w/Commissioner Michaels. December 14, 1998 – RAW: Ken Shamrock and Big Bossman defeated The New Age Outlaws to win the world tag team titles. December 20, 1998 – HEAT: WWF Champion The Rock defeated The Big Bossman, Ken Shamrock and Mankind in a 4-way match. December 21, 1998 – RAW: Billy Gunn defeated Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock in a non-title match. December 27, 1998 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock and The Big Bossman defeated The Hardy Boyz to retain the world tag team titles. December 28, 1998 – RAW: Triple H defeated Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock by disqualification. Shamrock retains the title. January 3, 1999 – HEAT: Jeff Jarrett and Owen Hart defeated Tag Team Champions Ken Shamrock and The Big Bossman in a non-title match. January 4, 1999 – RAW: Steve Blackman defeated Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock in a Non-Title Match. January 11, 1999 – RAW: Val Venis vs. Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock ended in a No Contest. January 24, 1999 – Royal Rumble: Ken Shamrock defeated Billy Gunn to retain the Intercontinental title. Ken Shamrock was also in the Royal Rumble match won by Mr. McMahon. January 25, 1999 – RAW: Owen Hart and Jeff Jarrett defeated Big Bossman and Ken Shamrock to win the Tag Team titles. January 31, 1999 – HEAT: Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock defeated Owen Hart. World Wrestling Federation – Ken Shamrock vs. Val Venis w/Ryan Shamrock: February 1, 1999 – RAW: Billy Gunn defeated Val Venis w/Ryan Shamrock by disqualification. ~~~Ken Shamrock, who was at commentary complaining about his sister being with Val Venis, whacked Val with a chair! February 7, 1999 – HEAT: The Godfather defeated Intercontinental champion Ken Shamrock by disqualification. Shamrock retains the title. February 13, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock viciously attacked Val Venis and the WWF referees during an interview. ~~~Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification when Test interfered. February 14, 1999 – St. Valentine’s Day Massacre: Val Venis w/Ryan Shamrock defeated Ken Shamrock in a Grudge match. ~~~Ryan Shamrock turned on her brother, Ken, and helped her boyfriend, Val Venis, win the WWF Intercontinental title. February 15, 1999 – RAW: Val Venis beat Billy Gunn (during the match Ryan Shamrock was knocked off the apron injuring her ankle) ~~~After the match, Val Venis dumped Ryan Shamrock – backstage Billy Gunn consoled Ryan but got attacked by Ken Shamrock! ~~~Ken Shamrock and Test and Big Bossman vs. Mideon and Bradshaw and Farooq ended in a No Contest when some drama broke out. ~~~The Ministry abducted a whimpering Shane McMahon and gave him a letter to deliver to Vince McMahon. February 21, 1999 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock defeated The Godfather by disqualification. February 22, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock vs. Billy Gunn ended in a No Contest after Val Venis who was doing commentary interfered. March 1, 1999 – RAW: Val Venis defeated Ken Shamrock and Goldust w/Blue Meanie in a 3-WAY by Count-out to retain the Intercontinental title. ~~~After the match, Ryan Shamrock came down and Goldust kissed her and Ken Shamrock went nuts and attacked Goldust. March 7, 1999 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock and Goldust defeated Val Venis and Billy Gunn. March 8, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Goldust w/Ryan Shamrock and Blue Meanie. March 15, 1999 – RAW: The Big Bossman defeated Mideon in a Hardcore Steel Cage match. ~~~After the match, The Corporation attacked Mideon and threatened to destroy him if Undertaker didn’t leave the McMahon home. March 20, 1999 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Ken Shamrock and The Big Bossman vs. The Acolytes ended in a double disqualification. March 21, 1999 – HEAT: Intercontinental champion Road Dogg defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification to retain the title. March 22, 1999 – RAW: Ministry (Undertaker and Acolytes) vs. Corporation (Test and Bossman and Shamrock) ended in a No Contest. March 28, 1999 – WrestleMania 15: Road Dogg beat Ken Shamrock and Val Venis and Goldust to retain the Intercontinental title. March 29, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Gangrel (afterwards, Shamrock was on a mission to find Stephanie McMahon) ~~~Shamrock put the anklelock on Ministry member Christian until he blurted out Stephanie’s secret whereabouts. ~~~Shamrock then went to the basement and found a terrified Stephanie McMahon huddled and crying in a dark corner. ~~~Vince McMahon thanked Ken Shamrock for saving his family and said he was forever in debted to him. April 5, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock vs. Viscera ended in a No Contest when the Ministry ambushed and abducted Shamrock. ~~~This was punishment for Ken Shamrock interfering and spoiling the Stephanie McMahon abduction last week. April 11, 1999 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock defeated Mideon. World Wrestling Federation – Ken Shamrock and The Union: April 12, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock officially quit the Corporation and formed “the Union” with Mankind, Test, and the Big Show. ~~~The Undertaker threatened to sacrifice Debra but Ken Shamrock ran down with a baseball bat and attacked the Ministry. ~~~The Undertaker revealed that Ryan Shamrock was in the basement; Ken found Ryan in the basement being consolled by Mankind. ~~~The Ministry attacked Ken Shamrock and Mankind. Then tried to sacrifice Ken but the Ministry started fighting amungst themselves. ~~~Ken Shamrock called out the Undertaker and the Ministry attacked Shamrock until Triple H and The Big Bossman made the save. April 18, 1999 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock defeated Test and The Big Bossman in a handicap match. April 19, 1999 – RAW: The Acolytes defeated Edge and Gangrel w/Christian by disqualification when Ken Shamrock attacked the Acolytes with a bat! ~~~Ken Shamrock defeated The Big Bossman in a No Holds Barred match. ~~~After the match, The Undertaker told Shamrock he knew that Ryan Shamrock was in Room 223 in a Landsing Motel. April 25, 1999 – Backlash: The Undertaker defeated Ken Shamrock in a Grudge match. April 26, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock vs. Bradshaw ended in a No Contest when Farooq attacked Shamrock before the match. ~~~Ken Shamrock interrupted the “Unholy Wedding” between the Undertaker and Stephanie McMahon, only to get beaten up. April 29, 1999 – SmackDown: Ken Shamrock defeated Bradshaw in a no holds barred match. May 2, 1999 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock and Test defeated The Acolytes. May 3, 1999 – RAW: The Union made its first collective appearance holding 2X4s to challenge the Corporate Ministry. ~~~Test defeated The Big Bossman and Viscera and Mideon in a 4-WAY (after the match the Union made the save!). ~~~Triple H beatd Ken Shamrock with Chyna as referee. Steve Austin vs The Rock ended in a No Contest in a Lumberjack match. ~~~The match never got started as Corporate Ministry Lumberjacks attacked Rock/Austin until the Union and others made the save! May 10, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock vs. Chyna w/Triple H ended in a No Contest. May 16, 1999 – HEAT: Mankind, Test, The Big Show and Ken Shamrock defeated Too Much and The Disciples of Apocalypse. May 17, 1999 – RAW: The Union brawled with the Ministry backstage during the show. May 23, 1999 – Over the Edge: The Union defeated the Acolytes and Viscera and Big Bossman in an Elimination match. May 24, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Hardcore Holly. May 30, 1999 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett to qualify for the King of the Ring tournament. May 31, 1999 – RAW: Val Venis w/ Nicole Bass defeated Ken Shamrock with help from Jeff Jarrett. June 6, 1999 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock defeated Meat. June 7, 1999 – RAW: New CEO of WWF Steve Austin rebooked the show and gave members of the Union any match they wanted! ~~~Vince McMahon defeated Ken Shamrock in a Lion’s Den Match (after the match Jeff Jarrett whacked Shamrock with a chair!). June 13, 1999 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock and Road Dogg defeated Jeff Jarrett and Test. June 20, 1999 – HEAT: Billy Gunn defeated Ken Shamrock, The Big Show and Kane in a 4 corners match. June 27, 1999 – HEAT: Ken Shamrock vs. Shane McMahon ended in a no contest. June 27, 1999 – King of the Ring: Mr. Ass defeated Ken Shamrock due to referee stoppage (1st Round). July 25, 1999 – Fully Loaded: Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman in an “Iron Cirle” match. August 9, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock and Test defeated Steve Blackman and Joey Abs. August 14, 1999 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Ken Shamrock defeated Chaz. August 22, 1999 – SummerSlam 1999: Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman in a “Lion’s Den” match. August 30, 1999 – RAW: Ken Shamrock defeated Gangrel. September 2, 1999 – SmackDown: Ken Shamrock defeated Val Venis. September 16, 1999 – SmackDown: Curtis Hughes defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification. September 23, 1999 – SmackDown: Chris Jericho defeated Ken Shamrock in a 1st blood match. World Wrestling Federation – Possible Return: May 1, 2000: Ken Shamrock defeated Alexander Otsuka by knockout at the Pride Grand Prix Final. March 2002: The WWF recently talked about bringing in Ken Shamrock for a short-term program with Kurt Angle. The deal fell apart when the WWF wouldn’t give Shamrock the easy schedule they have given to Hogan, Hall, and Nash. March 30, 2002 – Ring of Honor: Ken Shamrock refereed the main event featuring American Dragon vs Low Ki. NWA: Total Non-stop Action; May 2002: Ken Shamrock signed a one year contract with Jerry Jarrett’s NWA TNA (Total Nonstop Action) group. June 19, 2002 – NWA: TNA: Ken Shamrock and Malice won a “Gauntlet for the Gold” match to win the vacant NWA Heavyweight Title. Ken Shamrock defeated Malice to win the NWA TNA title. July 3, 2002 – NWA: TNA: Shamrock defeated Malice to retain the World title. July 10, 2002 – NWA: TNA: Shamrock vs Takao Omori ends in a no contest because Jeff Jarrett interrupts. ~~~Jarrett comes in and hits everyone (including security and harley race) with a steel chair. July 24, 2002 – NWA: TNA: Shamrock vs Sabu ladder match is ruled a no contest when Malice runs down and steals the NWA Title. August 7, 2002 – NWA TNA: Ron Killings defeated Ken Shamrock to win the NWA TNA title. August 2003: Steve Blackman and Ken Shamrock are creating a clothing line for professional fighters. ~~~Their company, no official name, displayed their products on August 2nd at the “Battles of the Beach” in New Jersey. In the Meantime: October 22, 2003 – UPW: Sylvester “The Predator” Turkay said that he wanted to do something special for the 5th Anniversary Show. ~~~He challenged Ken Shamrock to a match on the show and Shamrock came out and said he’d break Turkay’s legs. February 20, 2004 – UPW 5th Anniversary Show: Ken Shamrock vs The Predator went to a double disqualification. ~~~Before the match, Ken Shamrock got into a verbal confrontation with a drunk Tank Abbott who was sitting in the crowd. May 2, 2004 – NJPW: Ken Shamrock defeated Takashi Iizuka. May 3, 2004 – NJPW: Josh Barnett defeated Ken Shamrock by disqualification. NWA: Total Non-stop Action: June 30, 2004 – NWA^TNA: Ken Shamrock returned to NWA TNA and immediately set his sights on Jeff Jarrett’s NWA World title. July 7, 2004 – NWA^TNA: Jeff Jarrett pinned Ron Killings at the end of a Gauntlet Match with help from Ken Shamrock! July 14, 2004 – NWA^TNA: Ron Killings’ Team defeated Jeff Jarrett’s Team in a “10-Man Tag Team Guitar on a Poll” match. ~~~Ron Killings’ Team = Ron Killings and BG James and Konnan and Dusty Rhodes and Larry Zbyszko. ~~~Jeff Jarrett’s Team = Jeff Jarrett and Ken Shamrock and Onyx and Chad Collyer and Hotstuff Hernandez. In the Meantime: Ken Shamrock trains the Marines in hand-to-hand combat and combat conditioning and is looking to do a USO trip. Late February 2009: Ken Shamrock was meant to face Bobby Lashley in MMA but the match was canceled after Ken Shamrock allegedly tested positive for three banned substances and Ken Shamrock was banned from MMA for one year. Late June 2009: Ken Shamrock announced he was going to return to wrestling. August 9, 2009 – JCW Bloodymania III: Ken Shamrock defeated Jimmy Jacobs w/ Scott D’Amore (Dan Severn was guest referee).