ECW was always known for its risk-taking style. Now, one of its talents is taking a big one by stepping into the cage.
Former ECW World Television Champion Kid Kash announced Sunday that he'll be returning to MMA in November. The 47-year old Kash will be competing for Valor Fights on November 5 at the Fairground Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.
I am pleased to announce my debut for VELOR FIGHTS on Nov 5th at the fairground arena in Nashville. #mma #cage pic.twitter.com/QSDY1SBmRV— Kid Kash (@DavidKidKash) October 2, 2016
I am pleased to announce my debut for VELOR FIGHTS on Nov 5th at the fairground arena in Nashville. #mma #cage pic.twitter.com/QSDY1SBmRV
— Kid Kash (@DavidKidKash) October 2, 2016
This isn't Kash's first foray into MMA. Kash competed in Frankfort, Kentucky in March 2008 in a losing effort against Bryan Brown. During the fight, Kash was reportedly docked three points for committing several fouls, and ended up dropping a decision.
Kash has made his mark on pro wrestling, joining Sean Waltman and TJ Perkins as the only men to hold the TNA X-Division Championship and the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. Kash last competed nationally for TNA in January of 2013.
Fightful.com has reached out to Kash for comment.
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