Frank Shamrock and UFC president Dana White will never sit down and have a friendly meal together.

The two have never seen eye-to-eye, and that doesn’t look to change in the near future with both remaining stead-fast in their ways.

Shamrock was a recent guest on Rebellion MMA Radio where he discussed not being included in the UFC’s Hall of Fame. As you can imagine, Shamrock – the adopted brother of UFC Hall of Famer Ken Shamrock – had an interesting take.

First off, I don’t think the hall of fame has any credibility unless I’m in it. I was the first champion ever and set two world records. I’ve been pioneering for this sport since before there were weight classes and gloves. So, it kinda looks to me like the whole hall of fame is kind of flim-flam and it’s up to Dana’s own jock as to who goes in.

Shamrock was the first-ever UFC light heavyweight champion. He is currently an announcer for Showtime’s MMA coverage.

It was also announced recently that Tito Ortiz would be inducted into the UFC’s Hall of Fame at UFC 148.

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