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Nobody Tried To Shoot Fight Late 90s WWF Star

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• Nobody Tried To Shoot Fight Late 90s WWF Star

WWF Legend Ken Shamrock was recently interviewed by the The Charlotte Observer, where he revealed that during his WWF days, nobody ever tried to shoot on him in the ring or backstage.

Here’s what the World’s Most Dangerous Man had to say:

“The truth is, nobody ever tried to get into a shoot fight with me in WWF. I was always a professional and treated my opponents with respect, and I expect the same in return.

If anyone had tried to step out of line like that, they would have quickly learned that I don’t play games when it comes to real fighting.

WWE has always been about putting on the best show possible for the fans, and I think they do a great job of that.

I’m proud to have been a part of the company’s history and I’m excited to see what the future holds.”

After making a name for himself in the early days of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) from 1993 to 1996, Ken Shamrock joined the World Wrestling Federation in February 1997 and worked there until September 1999.

The 1998 King of the Ring also wrestled for Total Nonstop Action! (TNA) during its early years in 2002 & 2004, and returned to the now-renamed IMPACT Wrestling for his most recent run from 2019 till 2021.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (January 8, 1996) – WWF Monday Night RAW

On this day in 1996, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Monday Night RAW’.

It was broadcasted from the Bob Carpenter Center in Newark, Delaware and featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Royal Rumble 1996’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

Jeff Jarrett vs. Hakushi

Ahmed Johnson vs. Jeff Brettler

Goldust vs. Aldo Montoya

Bret Hart vs. The British Bulldog

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