Ken Shamrock - Mixed Martial Arts Record

Mixed Martial Arts Record

Professional record breakdown
45 matches 28 wins 15 losses
By knockout 2 9
By submission 23 4
By decision 3 2
Draws 2
Result Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 28–15–2 Mike Bourke TKO (leg injury) King of the Cage: Platinum 02010-11-25November 25, 2010 1 2:00 Durban, South Africa
Win 28–14–2 Johnathan Ivey Decision (unanimous) USA MMA: Return of the Champions 02010-10-16October 16, 2010 3 5:00 Lafayette, U.S
Loss 27–14–2 Pedro Rizzo TKO (leg kicks and punches) Impact FC 2 02010-07-18July 18, 2010 1 3:33 Sydney, Australia
Win 27–13–2 Ross Clifton Submission (armbar) WarGods: Valentine's Eve Massacre 02009-02-13February 13, 2009 1 1:00 Fresno, California, U.S. Shamrock tested positive for steroids after fight.
Loss 26–13–2 Robert Berry TKO (punches) Cage Rage 25 02008-03-08March 8, 2008 1 3:26 London, England, United Kingdom
Loss 26–12–2 Tito Ortiz TKO (punches) UFC Fight Night 6.5 02006-10-10October 10, 2006 1 2:23 Hollywood, Florida, U.S.
Loss 26–11–2 Tito Ortiz TKO (elbows) UFC 61 02006-07-08July 8, 2006 1 1:18 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
Loss 26–10–2 Kazushi Sakuraba TKO (punch) Pride 30 02005-10-23October 23, 2005 1 2:27 Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Loss 26–9–2 Rich Franklin TKO (punches) The Ultimate Fighter 1 Finale 02005-04-09April 9, 2005 1 2:42 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
Win 26–8–2 Kimo Leopoldo KO (knee) UFC 48 02004-06-19June 19, 2004 1 1:26 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
Loss 25–8–2 Tito Ortiz TKO (corner stoppage) UFC 40 02002-11-22November 22, 2002 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. For UFC Light Heavyweight Championship
Loss 25–7–2 Don Frye Decision (split) Pride 19 02002-02-24February 24, 2002 3 5:00 Saitama, Japan
Win 25–6–2 Sam Adkins Submission (kimura) WMMAA 1: Megafights 02001-08-10August 10, 2001 1 1:26 Atlantic City, U.S. Won WMMAA Heavyweight title
Loss 24–6–2 Kazuyuki Fujita TKO (corner stoppage) Pride 10 02000-08-27August 27, 2000 1 6:46 Saitama, Japan
Win 24–5–2 Alexander Otsuka KO (punches) Pride Grand Prix 2000 Finals 02000-05-01May 1, 2000 1 9:43 Tokyo, Japan Pride Grand Prix 2000 Finals Superfight
Win 23–5–2 Brian Johnston Submission (forearm choke) Ultimate Ultimate 1996 01996-12-07December 7, 1996 1 5:48 Birmingham, Alabama, U.S.
Loss 22–5–2 Dan Severn Decision (split) UFC 9 01996-05-17May 17, 1996 1 30:00 Detroit, Michigan, U.S. Lost UFC Superfight Championship
Win 22–4–2 Kimo Leopoldo Submission (kneebar) UFC 8 01996-02-16February 16, 1996 1 4:24 Bayamón, Puerto Rico Defended UFC Superfight Championship
Win 21–4–2 Kazuo Takahashi Decision (lost points) Pancrase: Truth 1 01996-01-28January 28, 1996 1 20:00 Yokohama, Japan
Win 20–4–2 Katsuomi Inagaki Submission (arm triangle choke) Pancrase: Eyes Of Beast 7 01995-12-14December 14, 1995 1 3:19 Sapporo, Japan
vDraw 19–4–2 Oleg Taktarov Draw UFC 7 01995-09-08September 8, 1995 1 33:00 Buffalo, U.S. Retains UFC Superfight Championship. Match was declared a draw because there were no judges.
Win 19–4–1 Larry Papadopoulos Submission (achilles lock) Pancrase 1995 Neo-Blood Tournament, Round 1 01995-07-22July 22, 1995 1 2:18 Tokyo, Japan
Win 18–4–1 Dan Severn Submission (guillotine choke) UFC 6 01995-07-14July 14, 1995 1 2:14 Casper, U.S. Won UFC Superfight Championship
Loss 17–4–1 Minoru Suzuki Submission (kneebar) Pancrase: Eyes Of Beast 4 01995-05-13May 13, 1995 1 2:14 Urayasu, Japan Lost King of Pancrase title.
vDraw 17–3–1 Royce Gracie Draw UFC 5 01995-04-07April 7, 1995 1 36:00 Charlotte, U.S. For UFC Superfight Championship. Match was declared a draw because there were no judges.
Win 17–3 Bas Rutten Submission (kneebar) Pancrase: Eyes Of Beast 2 01995-03-10March 10, 1995 1 1:01 Yokohama, Japan Defends King of Pancrase title
Win 16–3 Leon Dijk Submission (heel hook) Pancrase: Eyes Of Beast 1 01995-01-26January 26, 1995 1 4:45 Nagoya, Japan
Win 15–3 Manabu Yamada Decision (unanimous) Pancrase - King of Pancrase Tournament Second Round 01994-12-17December 17, 1994 1 30:00 Tokyo, Japan Won King of Pancrase Tournament: Became first Pancrase Champion
Win 14–3 Masakatsu Funaki Submission (arm triangle choke) Pancrase - King of Pancrase Tournament Second Round 01994-12-17December 17, 1994 1 5:50 Tokyo, Japan
Win 13–3 Maurice Smith Submission (arm triangle choke) Pancrase - King of Pancrase Tournament Opening Round 01994-12-16December 16, 1994 1 4:23 Tokyo, Japan
Win 12–3 Alex Cook Submission (heel hook) Pancrase - King of Pancrase Tournament Opening Round 01994-12-16December 16, 1994 1 1:31 Tokyo, Japan
Win 11–3 Takaku Fuke Submission (rear naked choke) Pancrase: Road To The Championship 5 01994-10-15October 15, 1994 1 3:13 Tokyo, Japan
Win 10–3 Felix Mitchell Submission (rear-naked choke) UFC 3 01994-09-09September 9, 1994 1 4:34 Charlotte, U.S.
Win 9–3 Christophe Leininger Submission (punches) UFC 3 01994-09-09September 9, 1994 1 4:49 Charlotte, U.S.
Loss 8–3 Masakatsu Funaki Submission (choke) Pancrase: Road To The Championship 4 01994-09-01September 1, 1994 1 2:30 Osaka, Japan
Win 8–2 Bas Rutten Submission (rear naked choke) Pancrase: Road To The Championship 3 01994-07-26July 26, 1994 1 16:42 Tokyo, Japan
Win 7–2 Matt Hume Submission (armlock) Pancrase: Road To The Championship 2 01994-07-06July 6, 1994 1 5:50 Amagasaki, Japan
Win 6–2 Ryūshi Yanagisawa Submission (heel hook) Pancrase: Pancrash! 3 01994-04-21April 21, 1994 1 7:30 Osaka, Japan
Loss 5–2 Minoru Suzuki Submission (heelhook/kneebar) Pancrase: Pancrash! 1 01994-01-19January 19, 1994 1 7:37 Yokohama, Japan
Win 5–1 Andre Van Den Oetelaar Submission (heel hook) Pancrase: Yes, We Are Hybrid Wrestlers 4 01993-12-08December 8, 1993 1 1:04 Hakata-ku, Fukuoka, Japan
Loss 4–1 Royce Gracie Submission (rear naked choke) UFC 1 01993-11-12November 12, 1993 1 0:57 Denver, U.S.
Win 4–0 Patrick Smith Submission (heel hook) UFC 1 01993-11-12November 12, 1993 1 1:49 Denver, U.S.
Win 3–0 Takaku Fuke Submission (rear-naked choke) Pancrase: Yes, We Are Hybrid Wrestlers 3 01993-11-08November 8, 1993 1 0:44 Kobe, Japan
Win 2–0 Yoshiki Takahashi Submission (heel hook) Pancrase: Yes, We Are Hybrid Wrestlers 2 01993-10-14October 14, 1993 1 12:23 Nagoya, Japan
Win 1–0 Masakatsu Funaki Submission (arm triangle choke) Pancrase: Yes, We Are Hybrid Wrestlers 1 01993-09-21September 21, 1993 1 6:15 Urayasu, Japan

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