by Dave Meltzer Oct 4, 2016, 7:00p

The transition of pro wrestlers to MMA, as well as in the other direction, will continue as Valor Fights announced Tuesday that Kid Kash, real name David Cash, a 47-year-old pro wrestler whose career dates back to the glory days of Extreme Championship Wrestling, will fight on the company's Nov. 5 show in Nashville.

The promotion claimed that Cash has a 7-3 record in mostly unsanctioned fights. His only verifiable fight was on March 21, 2008, when he lost via decision to Bryan Brown in Frankfort, Ky. He lost that fight after being docked three points.

Cash, who did a retirement pro wrestling match in December, is said to be looking at doing this fight as just a personal test, with no illusions about going anywhere in MMA.
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