Ken Shamrock 'Wouldn't Say No' To WWE Return
Any return would have to 'make sense' for Shamrock
Former WWE star Ken Shamrock wouldn't say 'no' to a return to the company, but he's not holding his breath hoping that it will happen.
The World's Most Dangerous Man worked for WWE between early 1997 and late 1999, when he left to return to the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Speaking with Steve Fall on The Ten Count, Shamrock doesn't think an active return to the ring is likely, saying "I think at this point in my career, we're past those."
Asked about a potential run as a manager or trainer, the UFC and IMPACT Wrestling Hall of Famer noted that he would consider offers, but that it would have to make sense for him, saying:
"You know, like I said, not that I would say no. Obviously, I'd have to look and make sure it was the right thing. It'd have to make sense, right? So yeah, of course, if that was to come around, it made sense, yeah. But right now, man, I've got so much going on that we have planned. There's gonna be a lot of stuff happening."
The 58-year-old currently runs a bare knuckle boxing company called Valor Bare Knuckle. He last wrestled on a Battleground Championship Wrestling show (beating Harry Smith) in August.