"First of all, I want people to realize that it is hard to see all the old stars come back to Hall of Fame stuff and me not be included in all these things. I accomplished more than anyone in 2 years at WWF and I was part of one of the biggest match that started the attitude era with Bret Hart vs. Steve Austin. That match changed wrestling to what it is today. There is not a peep from anyone within WWE. I don't know why they won't give me a shot in the WWE and to challenge for the WWE title. I have reached out through many different types of media and the only thing I've heard back is that they're doing okay and don't need me. I say that if you're gonna be bringing people back from the attitude era and before that then I don't understand why you wouldn't bring me back. There seems to be a black mark against me and I don't understand it."
- Ken Shamrock on potential WWE return
Since news has surfaced that Ken Shamrock is now working as a security guard, many are starting to question his net worth. Some sources are stating that the former UFC champion is worth approximately $1.5 million, but many believe that it is much lower than that.
TMZ has revealed that Ken Shamrock is now a bodyguard, and the former UFC champion was spotted at an event in Las Vegas protecting 50 Cent. Shamrock is actually working for an agency and is not currently working full time for the rapper.
Alberto Del Rio does the Kofi Kingston entrance in WWE 2K14.
Chris Jericho does the Bret Hart entrance in WWE 2K14.
Damien Sandow does the comic Santino Marella entrance in WWE 2K14.
Daniel Bryan does the Randy Orton entrance in WWE 2K14.
JBL does the legendary Steve Austin entrance in the new WWE 2K14 video game.
Randy Savage does the CM Punk entrance in WWE 2K14 video game.
Wade Barrett does the Miz entrance on WWE 2K14.
WWE put together an entertaining video of the Shield doing the 3MB entrance on their new video game.