It’s been a long hard road for “The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock (27-14-2). From his first appearance against Masakatsu Funaki (39-12-1) at Pancrase: Yes, We Are Hybrid Wrestlers 1 in September of 1993 to his recent dismantlement by “The Rock” Pedro Rizzo (18-9) at Impact FC 2: The Uprising in July of this year, Ken Shamrock has faced 31 separate opponents ranging from the legendary Royce Gracie (14-3-3) and “El Guapo” Bas Rutten (28-4-1) to modern era superstars “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz (15-7-1) and ”Ace” Rich Franklin (27-5). He has recently fallen on hard times, however, dropping five of his last six outings and posting a meager 3-8 record since the turn of the century. This has led many fans and journalists to implore the UFC hall-of-famer to hang up his four-ounce gloves for good. Shamrock sees it differently. In fact he believes the exact opposite. He doesn’t believe that he should stop fighting, he told Sherdog.com that he should fight more…and I, for one, believe him.