"All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."
I agree with many here. Ken should pretty much have a fork stuck in him. In fact there may be one fighter who wouldn't beat him up badly, and that's Frank, mostly because, well, they're brothers. I gotta believe it would be a chess match - they gotta know what to expect from each other. From that point of view and the sheer curiosity standpoint, this could represent a doable "last big score" fight for Ken. But that wouldn't be enough to make it worth watching.
Your Fedor/CroCop example is pretty inaccurate considering we knew Fedor had good hands before this fight. Shamrock has always had well-below average hands, as evidenced by this fight and his lack of KOs and TKOs. He never even came close to stunning Bas with anything that he threw. It's made even more moot by the fact that the fight was almost exclusively on the ground. You are really reaching here, but I understand since Ken is your guy.
I heart Jazzy B. White.