Exclusive interview with UFC Hall of Fame member Ken Shamrock

He has held the title of the “The World’s Most Dangerous Man”, was one of the first inductees into the UFC Hall of Fame and is considered to be an Icon of the sport. Ken Shamrock is now coaching and cornering his sons as they make their way into the world of MMA.  At the weigh-ins for Fight Republic 5, a local amateur MMA event in Reno, Nevada, where 2 of his sons would enter the cage the next day, Ken took some time to speak with Lowkick.com.
Ken, how does it feel to see your sons start to follow in

Anthony Johnson: It’s going to be fun fighting Vitor Belfort (Exclusive Interview)

If you’ve ever watched an Anthony Johnson fight, you have to tell yourself not to blink because you could miss out on a potentially epic knockout or TKO. On paper we know he is a wrestler, but fans know that the man known as ‘Rumble’ has a very technical and powerful striking game to compliment his wrestling abilities. His left high kick has become a trademark in his arsenal; he also has dynamite in his fists. If any of these weapons were to touch an opponent’s chin they would for

Leandro Issa: Shinya Aoki is a great teammate and I learned a lot from him (Exclusive Interview)

Just three weeks ago, Saturday September 3rd I set my alarm clock for 4AM pacific time to witness ONE FC’s very first card live from Kallang, Singapore. The great continent of Asia where my bloodline comes from is the true Mecca and birth place of all Martial Arts. The sport of MMA in North America has evolved, improved, and changed so much in the last ten years. The birth place of styles may have a long way to go, but ONE FC is a huge part of the growth and evolution of the sport in the Far East.

Phil Baroni: Nobody dry humps the New York Bad Ass and gets away with it! (Exclusive Interview)

Asia, the true Mecca of Martial Arts. Before the time of Christ, historical studies have shown that the earliest recorded proof of Martial Arts is as old as late 1st Millennium BC. Who knew thousands of years later, Martial Arts and combat sports as a whole would be as big as it is in the world today. But the sport of Mixed Martial Arts is still in its infancy stages in a continent that is home to 3/4 of the earth’s population. ONE FC looks to change that, featuring the best fighters in all of Asia.

Tim Kennedy: I’m going to have to trade with Robbie Lawler (Exclusive Interview)

Saturday June 30th, 2011 will be a very important date in the history of Mixed Martial Arts. Legends of the sport, Fedor Emelianenko will be facing Dan Henderson in the six-sided cage. But before we see the epic main event, Strikeforce has booked a stacked card with the third fight of the night potentially having middleweight title shot implications. For a chance at facing the winner of Ronald Souza and Luke Rockhold, Tim Kennedy will be squaring off against the heavy handed “Ruthless” Robbie

Jorge Masvidal: Right now, fighting Gilbert Melendez is the only thing in my sights (Exclusive Interview)

The last time I talked to Jorge Masividal, he was making his Strikeforce return to face then undefeated Billy Evangelista in March on the Feijao vs. Henderson card. Jorge managed to beat Billy and most recently he defeated KJ Noons in his best career performance to date. The American Top Team product and former Miami street fighter is now a top contender for Gilbert Melendez’ lightweight championship. Lowkick.com had a chance to catch up with him to find out when he could get his chance at title

Ovince St. Preux: I’m content with working my way up (Exclusive Interview)

Ovince St. Preaux may have started his Mixed Martial Arts career only three years ago, but he is very quickly becoming a very well-known name amongst hardcore fans. The proud Haitian-American was a stand out in high school wrestling, played football for the University of Tennessee, and graduated with a degree in Sociology. Along the way, the man known as “OSP” has beaten the likes of Jason Day, Antwain Britt, Benji Radach, and Abongo Humphrey. This Friday on Showtime at the Strikeforce

Nate Marquardt: There shouldn’t be any problems on June 26th (Exclusive Interview)

Fans of Mixed Martial Arts know the name Nate “The Great” Marquardt. If you’ve been watching the UFC from 2005 to present, you are very familiar with him, and he has been a staple with the promotion for a long time. But before he joined the Ultimate Fighting Championship and despite not holding UFC gold, Nate Marquardt is one of the most accomplished fighters to ever step into a ring or cage. Having fought the likes of Yves Edwards, Genki Sudo, Shonie Carter, Ricardo Almeida, he is the only fighter

JMMA Lives!: Alex Soto talks about fighting at DEEP 54 (Exclusive Interview)

Alex Soto is a name fans aren’t very familiar with yet, but he’ll be someone the people will recognize very soon. Born and raised in Tijuana, Mexico, Alex immigrated to the United States and joined the Army to give back to his adopted country in times of need after 9-11. After four years of service, Alex returned to his hometown of San Diego, and got a job training dolphins for the US Navy.
When Alex isn’t working with the military, he’s training in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts,

Jonathan Chaimberg: Florian may be dropping weight classes but he’s actually getting stronger

Jonathan Chaimberg is considered one of the most respected strength and conditioning coaches in North America. He maybe young at the age of 32, but he has been training elite athletes and regular people for over ten years. The former Canadian national wrestler works very closely with Greg Jackson’s elite fighters, but most recently has been working very diligently with Kenny Florian making his Featherweight debut at UFC 131 in my hometown of Vancouver this Saturday.
With 131 just around the corner, Jon