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Kid Kash


Also known as David Cash, Cash, Kid Krash, Kid Cock, David Jericho, Davey Morton Tyler Jericho, Davey Morton, Davey Tyler, Davey Pazano, Davey Jericho, DD Taylor, Crow

Displaying items 1 to 4 of total 4 items that match the search parameters.
# Workers Promotions Artist Title
1 Kid Kash TNA Dale Oliver Misfit
2 Kid Kash ECW Kid Rock Bawitdaba
3 Kid Kash ECW Kid Rock F**k That
4 Kid Kash TNA Dale Oliver KK Rocks
Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
The Hitman Coz wrote on 11.06.2016:
[10.0] "One of my favorite cruiserweights ever, he could fly and hang with the best. His rough and tough style made him stand out from the other cruiserweights. His mic skills we're great, as a heel I simply loved how he was to people on interviews. Greatly underutilized especially in WWE he could of really had something with Jamie Noble."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 13.05.2016:
[5.0] "Kid Kash's career is similar to that of most smaller "wrestler's wrestlers" of his day: Good enough to star on a secondary promotion's mid-card while also serving as an also-ran at the major level. Kash broke out in ECW and excelled early to the point where he managed to earn a run with the WWE as a preliminary talent. Once he returned to ECW, Kash managed to secure the ECW Television Title before economic uncertainties forced him to leave. Though Kash appared with WCW right before the organization folded, Kash would spend most of his time with the XWF (earining their Cruiserweight Title) before joining TNA during it's formation. Kash proved to be valuable both as a singles wrestler and tag wrestler: Earning the TNA X-Division Championship as well as the NWA-TNA World Tag Team Championship (alongside Dallas/Lance Archer. ) When he wasn't appearing for TNA, Kash would also make appearances in the indies (most prominently for JCW, where he enjoyed a year-long reign with the JCW Heavyweight Championship. ) Kash soon joined on with the WWE, where he briefly held the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. Following his WWE release, Kash continued wrestling in the indies before retiring in 2015."
Andrew Hellstrom wrote on 02.02.2016:
[10.0] "A very good and underrated wrestler. In TNA was very entertaining but in his second run he was very wasted. He have a great ring ability and a great mic. In WWE he have a great run by himself and with Jamie Noble. It's a shame that he is retired now, he was one of the most underrated wrestlers of all time and i would like to see in the future one more match for Kid Kash"
Preston Ward Condra wrote on 12.11.2015:
[4.0] "Boring. No personality. In a way there is a reason why WWE dropped the Cruiserweight division for good in 2007. It's because people like Kid Kash couldn't draw a dime to the company. To me? Kid Kash had a sick Brainbuster finisher (he gave Funaki a concussion one time with it) but, that's about it."
SeventyTimesSeven wrote on 06.06.2015:
[8.0] "Underrated in many ways. A fun if not always crisp high flyer from ECW that was a very enjoyable asset to TNA in the early years both in the ring and as a character. When he went to WWE, he was enjoyable there as well both in a singles capacity and while teaming with Jamie Noble. He was fun to watch in his second TNA run, but was never given a proper platform barring a brief feud with Aries. It would have been nice to see him have more of a role there in that period."
ADouble wrote on 29.11.2013:
[8.0] "I always enjoyed watching Kash, but he had a tendency to be very sloppy with his high-flying and it detracted from a lot of his matches. That's why I was pleased to see him adopt a new style upon his return to TNA. The Hardcore Holly/Finlay-style angry veteran gimmick worked well for him and he had a really intense, stiff style of wrestling that was always a nice change of pace in X Division matches."
jchiofal wrote on 12.05.2013:
[10.0] "Kash has all the signs of a seasoned veteran. Everything about him shows talent, and experience. He can also wrestle multiple styles, ranging from a high flying sorta style, to a brawling, and technical style."
Cobra wrote on 14.12.2012:
[9.0] "The guy has shown true evolution through his career. This hard hitting bad ass is one guy who truly deserve to at least be in the running for the gold."
Witchfinder wrote on 20.08.2012:
[7.0] "Kid Kash is a very good wrestler. It's good for him to find a home in TNA."

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Average Rating: 6.88
Average in 2016: 7.43
Average in 2015: 7.30
Average in 2014: 7.40
Average in 2013: 7.17
Average in 2012: 7.40
Average in 2011: 7.00
Average in 2010: 6.71
Average in 2009: 6.67
Average in 2008: 6.40
Average in 2007: 6.76

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