Former ECW and WWE star Kid Kash to compete in MMA at Valor Fights
David Kash, better known to professional wrestling fans as Kid Kash will be returning to mixed martial arts on November 5 in Nashville, Tennessee. He is best known for his wrestling work with Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
— Kid Kash (@DavidKidKash) October 2, 2016
Kash, 47, competed in one MMA bout back in 2008 in Frankfurt, Kentucky. Reports are that Kash was winning the fight to Bryan Brown but ended having points deducted for rule violations, eventually losing a judges’ decision.
Kash debuted as a pro wrestler in 1990. He has gone under the aliases Cash, The Crow, Davey Cash, Davey Piezono, David Tyler Morton Jericho, and Kid Kash.
Valor Fights 38 will take place November 5 at the Nashville Fairgrounds Arena.
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