Coming out of his loss at Bellator 149, former WWE Intercontinental Champion and MMA legend Ken Shamrock spoke with Justin Barrasso for Sports Illustrated's Extra Mustard site. The full interview is at this link. Shamrock was asked if he regrets the decision to leave WWE many years ago. He replied:
"It’s a good time for me to be able to explain my emotional state of mind. I felt like every time my kids had a dance or a wrestling match or a football game, it seemed like I was missing all of that. I was missing everything. I was gone so much that I was missing their birthdays. I just got to a point where my heart was sinking and I felt like I was a stranger in my own house. I needed to really make some changes to fix my family, so that down the road I would have a family. So I stepped away from wrestling and fixed my family. I needed to get things back in order and be there for my kids, so I made the conscious decision to do that. A lot of people were upset that I stepped away, but I had to do it for my family. If I hadn’t done it, I wouldn’t be where I am with my family today."
CREDIT // SOURCE - Sports Illustrated
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