Does anybody thing Shamrock has a chance of winning?
Ken Shamrock won't let that die, he is entirely too hard headed. Some may equate that to immaturity. Though it is really his only foothold in the mma at this point. He is no longer considered a contender. He is definitely still dangerous, but not like he was 10 years ago. Fighters today are way more rounded. Shammy is still drawing nice paychecks off of fighting Tito Ortiz also. Ken and anybody else has a chance of throwing that one lucky punch, so it is possible.Bonnar426 said:Not a chance! I wish they would let this Tito/Ken thing die already. Tito beat him twice.
You hit the nail on the head. I couldn't agree with you more.Crippler said:Ken Shamrock is a tough guy but thats all he is a tough guy. Just watch him try and leg lock someone he looks like someones trying to explain physics to a 7 yr old. The point is back in the old days of ufc when no one knew anything the toughest guy won. Now the most skilled toughest guy wins. The sport evolved and hasn't just let it go Ken your embarrassing yourself.
That is amazing! I went to the supposed "Official UFC Site" yesterday and sent an email saying that most information in regards to the ufc is found on other websites before the OFFICIAL site. That is ridiculous that this is the case! The ufc is quick to throw a commercial on television to advertise, but maybe they don't realize how many people actually go to their website, not only to browse but looking for information about future fights as well. Oh well, I don't need to worry about this. I will just ask you guys when the fights are. Ya'll seem to know more than the ufc.Kameleon said:I found out from Tito Ortiz's MySpace account. He sent bulletin saying that the UFC and Dana White asked him to do this, he says he is doing it for the fans and that he could have waited until Feburary for his next fight, which is a title shot. Other websites have also confirmed this match.