While Ken Shamrock only wrestled for WWE for a couple of years, many believe that the former MMA Star still left a mark and he did enough to get a spot in the Hall Of Fame.
However, so far the company has ignored the former Champion while considering possible Hall of Fame entrants and during a recent interview with Wrestling Epicenter, the former WWE Star talked about being snubbed by the company.
Shamrock discussed how there is a lot of speculation on why he has not been inducted and he has own thoughts too but he noted how no one has come out and made any statement:
“You know, there is a lot of speculation and I have my own thoughts too. But, all they are thoughts and speculation because no one has come out and made a statement… They’ve been asked! But, nobody’s done that. I’d like to think that someday, I’ll get in.”
Continuing on the topic, Shamrock said that being a Hall Of Famer is about changing the landscape and he thinks that he should be the first inductee to have crossed over from MMA:
In my time there, I changed the landscape of professional wrestling. To me, I should be the first one… If they are going to induct someone that is a cross-over from MMA to pro wrestling, I should be the first one that goes in.”