Kid Kash, real name David Cash, is a former professional wrestler who will be competing in his second MMA fight when he battles Lindsey Jones at Valor Fights 38 this Saturday Night.
However, once his battle with Jones is done, Cash has a third opponent in mind in another former professional wrestler in CM Punk (real name: Phil Brooks).
"Damn, he's the same weight that I am," Cash said to MMA Fighting. "How bad would I love to knock his ass out? I've never liked him. I've known the guy for at least 15 years, probably, and he's been such an arrogant asshole. He was handed so much sh*t. He never earned a f*cking thing."
Cash also talks about his longtime training in various forms of martial arts, something he has been training in since he was a young kid, and something that Punk did not do.
"I lived it," Cash said. "I'm not like Punk, who before he was a wrestler he was a video-game enthusiast, trading cards and stuff like that. And then he gets into wrestling, knows the right people and gets a push just because he knows somebody. I'm kind of amazed that he had the camp that he had for two years and went down that quick and with no defense whatsoever. How arrogant is that? You just simply quit an amazing job. It's an amazing job. You make a lot of money. Your merchandise sales are incredible. You travel the world. On top of that, you're one of the main headliners and you're crying about it. I'm sorry, buddy. That's just an ego shooting out, one for the ages."
Cash also says he was the Punk got a free ride to the UFC. He wants to teach the former ECW Champion a lesson in the cage.
"How could you insult and slap your own men, your own fighters in the face like that?" Cash said. "He would be in for a very rude awakening. That f*cker couldn't beat my meat; he couldn't."
Valor Fights 38 is taking place on Saturday, November 5 from the Nashville Fairgrounds Sports Arena in Nashville, Tennessee with Charlie Alexander and Damir Ferhatbegovic headlining.