Ken Shamrock is one of the best as well as the strongest wrestlers to have laced a pair of shoes in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), which was formerly known as World Wrestling Federation (WWF). During his association with the Vince McMahon owned company, Shamrock has feuded with some of the iconic superstars including the likes of The Undertaker, Kane, Stone Cold Steve Austin, etc. from 1997 to 1999. 'The World's Most Dangerous Man' won the WWF Intercontinental Championship and was also crowned the King of the Ring in 1998. However, it was only after Shamrock moved to Impact Wrestling that he won the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. It was the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) that helped Shamrock in earning fame and fortunes. During his prime, he was arguably the best UFC Champion of all time. 'The World's Most Dangerous Man' is also a UFC Hall of Famer. Speaking of UFC, how can one forget Brock Lesnar? Well, at least Shamrock has not forgotten the 'Beast Incarnate'.
Brock Lesnar is undoubtedly one of the best fear strikers in the minds of opponents when it comes to in-ring competition. 'The Beast Incarnate' has taken on big superstars like The Undertaker, Big Show, Goldberg, Mark Henry, Braun Strowman and has got the better of them. Even Lesnar has had an outstanding run at UFC having a good run as the UFC Champion. Now, it seems that Shamrock does not mind coming out of retirement to face Lesnar. In a recent interview, Shamrock showered praises on 'The Beast' and termed him as a 'megastar' .
'The World's Most Dangerous Man' then went on to say that Brock Lesnar is a guy with whom he would enjoy wrestling. Shamrock then added that it would be an absolute honour for him to share the ring with the 'Beast Incarnate'.
While Shamrock has expressed his desire to compete with Lesnar, Lesnar is yet to comment on this. Nonetheless, the fans would leave no stone unturned if the youngest WWE Champion gives a thumbs up to 'The World's Most Dangerous Man'. Brock Lesnar is currently in the prime of his life and career while Shamrock continued to carry on even when he was past his prime for which he was criticised by many eminent personalities including the legendary commentator Jim Ross.