“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock Full MMA Record and Fighting Statistics
“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock Full MMA Record and Fighting Statistics

“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock

MMA Record: 28-17-3

WINS
28
2
23
3
KO/TKO
SUBMISSIONS
DECISIONS
LOSSES
17
11
4
2
KO/TKO
SUBMISSIONS
DECISIONS

FINISH RATE
90%
Age
57
Reach
72.4'
(184 cm)
Height
73.2'
(186 cm)
Country
USA

“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock is a 57 year old Male fighter from United States with a 28-17-3 pro MMA record. Shamrock most recently fought Royce Gracie at Bellator 149 on Friday February 19, 2016. Ken Shamrock lost to Royce Gracie by KO/TKO at 2:22 of Round 1 in the Open Weight division.

Ken Shamrock has 28 wins with a 90% finish rate, including 2 by knockout, 23 by submission, 3 by decision.

Ken Shamrock is currently on a 3 fight losing skid.


Ken Shamrock's Last Fight

Loss • Royce Gracie DEF Ken Shamrock by KO/TKO R1 2:22

“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock full mixed martial arts record

Result Record Opponent Method Event Date Weight class Org
Loss
28-16-3 Royce Gracie
KO/TKO
R1 2:22
Bellator 149 2016-02-19 Open Weight BFC
Loss
28-15-3 Kimbo Slice
KO/TKO
R1 2:22
Bellator 138 2015-06-19 Catchweight BFC
Loss
28-14-3 Mike Bourke
KO/TKO
R1 2:00
Regional circuit 2010-11-25 KOTC
Win
27-14-3 Johnathan Ivey
DEC
R3 5:00
Regional circuit 2010-10-16 USA
Loss
27-13-3 Pedro Rizzo
KO/TKO
R1 3:33
Impact FC 2 2010-07-17 Heavyweight IFC
Win
26-13-3 Ross Clifton
SUB
R1 1:00
Regional circuit 2009-02-13
Loss
26-12-3 Robert Berry
KO/TKO
R1 3:26
Regional circuit 2008-03-08 CR
Loss
26-11-3 Tito Ortiz
KO/TKO
R1 2:23
UFC The Final Chapter 2006-10-10 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
26-10-3 Tito Ortiz
KO/TKO
R1 1:18
UFC 61 2006-07-08 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
26-9-3 Kazushi Sakuraba
KO/TKO
R1 2:27
Pride 30 2005-10-23 Middleweight PFC
Loss
26-8-3 Rich Franklin
KO/TKO
R1 2:42
The Ultimate Fighter 1 Finale 2005-04-09 Light Heavyweight UFC
Win
25-8-3 Kimo Leopoldo
KO/TKO
R1 1:26
UFC 48 2004-06-19 Heavyweight UFC
Draw
25-8-2 Shinsuke Nakamura
R1 5:00
NJPW 2004-03-06 Heavyweight
Loss
25-7-2 Tito Ortiz
KO/TKO
R3 5:00
UFC 40 2002-11-22 Light Heavyweight UFC
Loss
25-6-2 Don Frye
DEC
R3 5:00
Pride 19 2002-02-24 Heavyweight PFC
Win
24-6-2 Sam Adkins
SUB
R1 1:26
Mega Fight 2001-08-10 Heavyweight
Loss
24-5-2 Kazuyuki Fujita
KO/TKO
R1 6:46
Pride 10 2000-08-27 Heavyweight PFC
Win
23-5-2 Alexander Otsuka
KO/TKO
R1 9:43
Pride Grand Prix 2000 Finals 2000-05-01 Heavyweight PFC
Win
22-5-2 Brian Johnston
SUB
R1 5:48
UFC 11.5 1996-12-07 UFC
Loss
22-4-2 Dan Severn
DEC
R1 30:00
UFC 9 1996-05-17 UFC
Win
21-4-2 Kimo Leopoldo
SUB
R1 4:24
UFC 8 1996-02-16 UFC
Win
20-4-2 Kazuo Takahashi
DEC
R1 20:00
Pancrase 25 1996-01-28 Heavyweight
Win
19-4-2 Katsuomi Inagaki
SUB
R1 3:19
Pancrase 24 1995-12-14 Heavyweight
Draw
19-4-1 Oleg Taktarov
DEC
R1 33:00
UFC 7 1995-09-08 UFC
Win
18-4-1 Larry Papadopoulos
SUB
R1 2:18
Pancrase 20 1995-07-22 Heavyweight
Win
17-4-1 Dan Severn
SUB
R1 2:14
UFC 6 1995-07-14 UFC
Loss
17-3-1 Minoru Suzuki
SUB
R1 2:14
Pancrase 18 1995-05-13 Heavyweight
Draw
17-3-0 Royce Gracie
DEC
R1 36:00
UFC 5 1995-04-07 UFC
Win
16-3-0 Bas Rutten
SUB
R1 1:01
Pancrase 16 1995-03-10 Heavyweight
Win
15-3-0 Leon Van Dijk
SUB
R1 4:45
Pancrase 15 1995-01-26 Heavyweight
Win
14-3-0 Manabu Yamada
DEC
R1 30:00
Pancrase 14 1994-12-17 Heavyweight
Win
13-3-0 Masakatsu Funaki
SUB
R1 5:50
Pancrase 14 1994-12-17 Heavyweight
Win
12-3-0 Maurice Smith
SUB
R1 4:23
Pancrase 13 1994-12-16 Heavyweight
Win
11-3-0 Alex Cook
SUB
R1 1:31
Pancrase 13 1994-12-16 Heavyweight
Win
10-3-0 Takaku Fuke
SUB
R1 3:13
Pancrase 12 1994-10-15 Heavyweight
Win
9-3-0 Felix Mitchell
SUB
R1 4:34
UFC 3 1994-09-09 UFC
Win
8-3-0 Cristophe Leninger
SUB
R1 4:49
UFC 3 1994-09-09 UFC
Loss
8-2-0 Masakatsu Funaki
SUB
R1 2:30
Pancrase 11 1994-09-01 Heavyweight
Win
7-2-0 Bas Rutten
SUB
R1 16:42
Pancrase 10 1994-07-26 Heavyweight
Win
6-2-0 Matt Hume
SUB
R1 5:50
Pancrase 9 1994-07-06 Heavyweight
Win
5-2-0 Ryushi Yanagisawa
SUB
R1 7:30
Pancrase 7 1994-04-21 Heavyweight
Loss
5-1-0 Minoru Suzuki
SUB
R1 7:37
Pancrase 5 1994-01-19 Heavyweight
Win
4-1-0 Andre Van Den Oetelaar
SUB
R1 1:04
Pancrase 4 1993-12-08 Heavyweight
Loss
4-0-0 Royce Gracie
SUB
R1 0:57
UFC 1 1993-11-12 UFC
Win
3-0-0 Patrick Smith
SUB
R1 1:49
UFC 1 1993-11-12 UFC
Win
2-0-0 Takaku Fuke
SUB
R1 0:44
Pancrase 3 1993-11-08 Heavyweight
Win
1-0-0 Kazuo Takahashi
SUB
R1 12:23
Pancrase 2 1993-10-14 Heavyweight
Win
0-0-0 Masakatsu Funaki
SUB
R1 6:15
Pancrase 1 1993-09-21 Heavyweight
“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock MMA Record: 28-17-3

“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock's last five professional MMA fights

Recent form for Ken Shamrock

“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock's MMA career highlights

“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock's Professional MMA debut

Shamrock made his professional debut against Masakatsu Funaki on September 21, 1993, fighting on the main card of Pancrase 1: Yes, We Are Hybrid Wrestlers 1.

He made a winning start to his career, defeating Masakatsu Funaki who carried a 0-0-0 professional MMA record into the fight.

Ken Shamrock beat Masakatsu Funaki by Submission at 6:15 of Round 1.

“The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock's Ultimate Fighting Championship Career

Shamrock made his debut in the UFC against Patrick Smith on November 12, 1993, fighting on the main card of UFC 1: The Beginning having compiled a 3-0-0 professional MMA record.

Ken Shamrock beat Patrick Smith by Submission at 1:49 of Round 1.

Since his debut, Shamrock has gone on to fight a total of 15 more times in the UFC. His UFC record stands at 7-6-2.

Outside the UFC

After his UFC stint, Shamrock took his next fight at on December 8, 1993, fighting against Andre Van Den Oetelaar on the main card of Pancrase 4: Yes, We Are Hybrid Wrestlers 4.

Ken Shamrock beat Andre Van Den Oetelaar by Submission at 1:04 of Round 1.

Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship

After 6 fights outside of the promotion, Shamrock returned to the UFC on September 9, 1994, fighting against Cristophe Leninger on the main card of UFC 3: The American Dream.

At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 8-3-0

Ken Shamrock beat Cristophe Leninger by Submission at 4:49 of Round 1.

Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship

After 7 fights outside of the promotion, Shamrock returned to the UFC on April 7, 1995, fighting against Royce Gracie on the co-main event of UFC 5: Return of the Beast.

At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 17-3-0

Ken Shamrock vs Royce Gracie ended in draw by Decision at 36:00 of Round 1.

Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship

After 1 fights outside of the promotion, Shamrock returned to the UFC on July 14, 1995, fighting against Dan Severn on the main card of UFC 6: Clash of the Titans.

At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 17-4-1

Ken Shamrock beat Dan Severn by Submission at 2:14 of Round 1.

Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship

After 1 fights outside of the promotion, Shamrock returned to the UFC on September 8, 1995, fighting against Oleg Taktarov on the co-main event of UFC 7: The Brawl in Buffalo.

At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 19-4-1

Ken Shamrock vs Oleg Taktarov ended in draw by Decision at 33:00 of Round 1.

Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship

After 2 fights outside of the promotion, Shamrock returned to the UFC on February 16, 1996, fighting against Kimo Leopoldo on the co-main event of UFC 8: David vs Goliath.

At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 21-4-2

Ken Shamrock beat Kimo Leopoldo by Submission at 4:24 of Round 1.

Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship

After 4 fights outside of the promotion, Shamrock returned to the UFC on November 22, 2002, fighting against Tito Ortiz on the main event of UFC 40: Vendetta.

At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 25-7-2

Ken Shamrock lost to Tito Ortiz by KO/TKO at 5:00 of Round 3.

Failed UFC title challenge: UFC Light Heavyweight Championship loss to Tito Ortiz

Shamrock lost his 1st light heavyweight title challenge, losing to Tito Ortiz on November 22, 2002 at UFC 40: Vendetta.

Ken Shamrock lost to Tito Ortiz by KO/TKO at 5:00 of Round 3.

Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship

After 1 fights outside of the promotion, Shamrock returned to the UFC on June 19, 2004, fighting against Kimo Leopoldo on the main event of UFC 48: Payback.

At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 25-8-3

Ken Shamrock beat Kimo Leopoldo by KO/TKO at 1:26 of Round 1.

Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship

After 1 fights outside of the promotion, Shamrock returned to the UFC on July 8, 2006, fighting against Tito Ortiz on the co-main event of UFC 61: Bitter Rivals.

At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 26-10-3

Ken Shamrock lost to Tito Ortiz by KO/TKO at 1:18 of Round 1.

When was Ken Shamrock's last win?

Shamrock's last win came against Johnathan Ivey at on Saturday October 16, 2010. Ken Shamrock beat Johnathan Ivey by Decision at 5:00 of Round 3.

Who is Ken Shamrock's next opponent?

Shamrock is not currently booked for any fights.

When was Ken Shamrock's last loss?

Shamrock's last loss came against Royce Gracie at Bellator 149 on Friday February 19, 2016. Ken Shamrock lost to Royce Gracie by KO/TKO at 2:22 of Round 1.

How many UFC fights has Ken Shamrock had?

Shamrock has fought 15 times in the UFC. His UFC record stands at 7-6-2.

How many pro MMA knockouts does Ken Shamrock have?

Shamrock has knocked out 2 opponents.

How many pro MMA submissions does Ken Shamrock have?

Shamrock has submitted 23 opponents.

How many times has Ken Shamrock been knocked out?

Shamrock has been knocked out 11 times.

How many times has Ken Shamrock been submitted?

Shamrock has been submitted 4 times.