Back in 1997, Ken Shamrock made his way to WWE on an episode of RAW. He was dubbed as ‘The World’s Most Dangerous Man’ at the time. Shamrock was the special referee in the now-classic Submission match between Steve Austin and Bret Hart at WrestleMania 13.
After The Show of Show, he made his WWE in-ring debut and defeated Vernon White in a squash match. He proceeded to feud with the likes of The Hitman & the Hart Foundation, and Vader. Further, Shamrock feuded with The Rock over the Intercontinental Championship. He wrestled The Brahma Bull at WrestleMania 14, with Shamrock getting disqualified and losing the match.
Besides, Shamrock is the first-ever Impact Wrestling World Champion. At the first-ever TNA PPV in 2002, he won the same in a ‘Gauntlet for the Gold’ match. At the September 5th & 6th TV tapings, Shamrock made his return in Las Vegas and soon kicked off a feud with Moose.
However, the eventual contest at Bound For Glory resulted in a victory for Moose. Soon after, he posted a tweet thanking the fans for their support. WWE Superstar Randy Orton appears to be a big fan of Shamrock. The Viper posted a hashtag, which indicated that he wants to see Shamrock getting inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2020.
— Randy Orton (@RandyOrton) October 21, 2019