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Friday, May 23, 2014

Report: Dana White Doesn’t Foresee Settling Issues With Frank Shamrock

MMA Legend Frank Shamrock was crowned Strikeforce's first-ever world champion on March 10, 2006, the promotion's inaugural event. Photo courtesy of: James Manalisay/Strikeforce

By FCF Staff

Dana White has reportedly “squashed” his beef with MMA legend Ken Shamrock, but he reportedly doesn’t see the same thing happening with adopted brother Frank Shamrock.

Like Ken Shamrock, Frank has also been publicly critical of the UFC in recent years, and the former champ recently worked as a commentator for Bellator.

In a follow up report from MMA Fighting.com, here is what the UFC President had to say about the prospect of him settling his issues with the retired fighter.

“I can’t ever see that happening,” said White. “At the end of the day, Frank Shamrock and I never really had a relationship, whereas Ken and I did. Frank and I never had a relationship. He’s too far off the reservation.”

White reportedly did not offer any details as to how he settled his issues with Ken Shamrock, but did note the conversation started off “a little heated.”


posted by FCF Staff @ 9:00 am
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