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Frank Alicio Juarez III net worth:
$8 Million

Frank Alicio Juarez III information

Frank Alicio Juarez III information

Birth date: December 8, 1972
Birth place: Santa Monica, California, USA
Height:5' 10" (1.78 m)
Weight:84 kg
Profession:Mixed martial arts fighter
Spouse:Amy Shamrock
Children:Nicolette Shamrock, Frankie Shamrock
Parents:Bob Shamrock
Siblings:Ken Shamrock, brother

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Frank Alisio Juarez, III was born on 8 December 1972, in Santa Monica, California USA, and is a retired professional mixed martial arts fighter, best known for being the first fighter to hold the UFC Middleweight Championship. He defended the belt four times, going undefeated before heading into retirement. All of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Frank Shamrock? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $8 million, mostly earned through a successful career in professional mixed martial arts. He was the number 1 ranked pound-for-pound UFC fighter during his reign, and has won titles from other organizations as well. All of these have ensured the position of his wealth.

Frank Shamrock Net Worth $8 million

From 12 years of age, Frank lived in various foster homes and had troubles with law enforcement. Eventually, he lived with Bob Shamrock, who was known to take in troubled boys including Ken Shamrock. Eventually, when he turned 21, he was officially adopted.

In 1994, Ken started training Frank in submission fighting, and he would join his foster brother in various fights in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He joined the Lion’s Den training school and would go on and make his debut as part of the Pancrase organization in Japan. He made his first appearance at the King of Pancrase Tournament and would defeat the highly favored Bas Rutten in a close victory. He went on to face Manabu Yamada, but was defeated via submission during the first round. In the following year, he would win against Katsuomi Inagaki but would then face his trainer Masakatsu Funaki which led to a defeat. He bounced back with a victory against Minoru Suzuki, and then fought Allan Goes in a controversial battle which led to a draw, despite Allan being penalized. Shamrock would later face Funaki in a rematch and would win via a toehold submission. He believed, however, that Funaki allowed himself to lose to help elevate Frank’s status. He would then fight for the King of Pancrase interim championship against Minoru Suzuki, winning the belt via a kneebar. He would have several more fights with Pancrase, losing his third fight against Bas Rutten and defeating Manabu Yamada.

After losing to John Lober in Hawaii’s Superbrawl, Frank decided to solely focus on a career in mixed martial arts. He fought Enson Inoue in a number one contender match for the newly created UFC Middleweight Championship, and knocked Inoue out in what Shamrock called the toughest fight of his career. He would go on to face the undefeated Kevin Jackson for the UFC Middleweight Championship, and despite being the underdog, defeated Jackson with an armbar just 16 seconds into the first round. His first title defense would be against Igor Zinoviev in UFC 16, which he won by using a hard slam that knocked Igor unconscious. He then defended the belt against Jeremby Horn at UFC 17, winning via kneebar. In 1999, he would defend the title against Tito Ortiz at UFC 22, in what would be considered one of the greatest fights in the UFC. He forced Ortiz to tap out and the win solidified Shamrock as the greatest UFC champion in the company during that time. He would then relinquish his title and retire from the UFC.

After a brief retirement, Shamrock would return and fight numerous big names including Elvis Sinosic, Cesar Gracie, and Renzo Gracie. He then undertook guest commentary, and also opened his own school called Shamrock Martial Arts Academy, which teaches submission wrestling and kickboxing. His next fight would be against Phil Baroni, getting a win which made him the Strikeforce Middleweight Champion. He would lose against Cung Le and Nick Diaz before announcing his retirement in June 2010.

For his personal life, it is known that Frank is married to Amy and they have a daughter. He also has a son from a previous marriage. Frank and Ken have been known to be estranged for many years, but they eventually reconciled as seen in the documentary “Bound by Blood”. Their father would pass away in 2010 due to diabetes.

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WFA 2 2003 TV Series
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13 2010/I stunt player
Oz 2002-2003 TV Series stunts - 2 episodes



Fight Life 2014 Documentary co-producer
Frank Shamrock: UNGLOVED 2011 TV Series executive producer



COC Elite 2009 TV Series special thanks - 1 episode



History of MMA 2012 Documentary completed Himself
Gym Rescue 2014 TV Series Himself
Fight Life 2014 Documentary Himself
Bellator MMA 120: Rampage vs. King Mo 2014 TV Movie Himself - Interviewer
Tell a Friend Get Covered 2014 TV Movie Himself
Mexican Fighter 2013 Documentary Himself
Frank Shamrock: Bound by Blood 2013 TV Movie documentary
Bellator MMA Live 2013 TV Series Himself - Fight Master Coach / Himself - Audience Member
Strikeforce: Marquardt vs. Saffiedine 2013 TV Movie Himself - Fight Commentator
Behind the Talent 2012 TV Series Himself
Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Kennedy 2012 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
MMA Uncensored Live 2012 TV Series Himself
Strikeforce: Tate vs. Rousey 2012 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Jardine 2012 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Showtime Sports: Best of 2011 2011 TV Movie Himself - Host
Strikeforce: Melendez vs. Masvidal 2011 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Strikeforce: Barnett vs. Kharitonov 2011 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Strikeforce M-1 Global: Fedor vs. Henderson 2011 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Strikeforce: Overeem vs. Werdum 2011 TV Movie Himself - Fight Commentator
New York Mixed Martial Arts 2011 Documentary Himself
Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Daley 2011 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Frank Shamrock: UNGLOVED 2011 TV Series Himself
Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Silva 2011 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Cyborg 2011 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Showtime Sports 2010: A Year Reviewed 2011 TV Movie Himself
Strikeforce: Henderson vs. Babalu 2 2010 TV Special Himself - Commentator
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2010 TV Series Himself
EA Sports MMA 2010 Video Game Himself
Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Noons 2 2010 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Strikeforce: Houston 2010 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Strikeforce M-1 Global: Fedor vs. Werdum 2010 TV Movie Himself - Commentator
MMA H.E.A.T. 2010 TV Series Himself
Strikeforce: Heavy Artillery 2010 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
CBS Strikeforce Saturday Night Fights 2010 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
NCIS: Los Angeles 2010 TV Series Himself: Strikeforce Fighter
Strikeforce Challengers 2010 TV Series Himself
Strikeforce: Miami 2010 TV Movie Himself - Fight Commentator
Strikeforce: Evolution 2009 TV Movie Himself - Fight Commentator
CBS Strikeforce M-1 Global Saturday Night Fights 2009 TV Movie Himself - Host
MMA Worldwide 2009 TV Series documentary
Strikeforce: Carano vs. Cyborg 2009 TV Movie Himself - Fight Analyst
Strikeforce: Lawler vs. Shields 2009 TV Movie Himself - Fight Commentator
Strikeforce: Shamrock vs. Diaz 2009 TV Special Himself
The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania 2009 TV Special Himself
Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 2009 2008 Video documentary Himself (uncredited)
EliteXC Saturday Night Fights 2008 TV Series Himself - Analyst
Inside MMA 2008 TV Series Guest
Elite XC 2007-2008 TV Series Himself
ShoXC: Elite Challenger Series 2007-2008 TV Series Himself
Countdown to Destiny 2007 TV Movie documentary Himself
UFC 40: Vendetta 2002 TV Special Himself - Fan
UFC 32: Showdown in the Meadowlands 2001 TV Special Himself - Fight Commentator
Life in the Cage 2001 Video documentary
UFC 31: Locked & Loaded 2001 TV Special Himself - Fight Commentator
UFC 30: Battle on the Boardwalk 2001 TV Special Himself - Fight Commentator
UFC 27: Ultimate Bad Boyz 2000 TV Special Himself - Fight Commentator
UFC 22: There Can Be Only One Champion 1999 TV Special Himself
UFC: Ultimate Brazil 1999 TV Special Himself
UFC 17: Redemption 1998 TV Special Himself
UFC 16: Battle in the Bayou 1998 TV Special Himself
UFC: Ultimate Japan 1 1997 TV Special Himself

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Archive Footage

UFC Hits: Volume 1 2000 Video Himself
UFC Hits: Volume 2 2000 Video Himself

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1 Defeated Phil Baroni by second round technical submission to become the first Strikeforce middleweight champion. [June 2007]
2 Training for his December 3rd, Strikeforce fight with the "New York Badass" Phil Baroni. [October 2006]
3 At the _'Strikeforce M-1 Global: Fedor vs. Werdum'(2010)(TV)_ event, Frank Shamrock announced his retirement from competing in mixed martial arts. [June 2010]
4 Last opponent was Nick Diaz, whom he fought a year before retiring.
5 After retiring from MMA in 1998, he became a very successful coach and trainer for many of the sport's top fighters, including Don Frye, who, despite having a previous rivalry with Ken Shamrock, sought Frank out to train him before his rematch with Mark Coleman at PRIDE 26: Bad to the Bone.
6 His adopted brother Ken Shamrock was his first trainer. Frank trained under Ken in the Lion's Den until 1997, when he and Maurice Smith joined up with Tsuyoshi Kohsaka to form The Alliance.
7 When Bas Rutten was unable to defend his King of Pancrase championship against Minoru Suzuki in 1996, Frank Shamrock stepped in and defeated Suzuki to become the Provisional King of Pancrase. He fought Bas later that year for the undisputed King of Pancrase title, but was defeated by TKO (Doctor Stoppage).
8 Adopted brother of Ken Shamrock.
9 Named "Fighter of the Decade" for 1990s by the Wrestling Observer, "Best Full Contact Fighter", by Black Belt Magazine (1998), and three time "Fighter of the Year" by Full Contact Fighter Magazine.
10 1995: WKC Submission Champion 1996: Provisional King of Pancrase 1997: UFC Middleweight (under 200 lbs) champion (defended his title four times before retiring). 2003: WEC Light-Heavyweight Champion.
11 Holds the UFC record for the fastest submission win in a title fight (16 seconds).
12 Holds impressive victories over such champions as Bas Rutten, Minoru Suzuki, Masakatsu Funaki, Kevin Jackson, Jeremy Horn, and Tito Ortiz.
13 Has a Mixed Martial Arts record of 23-8-1.

1 Wrestler needs a lesson in submission and I am the man to teach them.

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