After twenty years as an active wrestler it seems Kid Kash has finally decided to call it a career. Kash began his career in 1990 after being trained by Ricky Morton. During the first few years of his career, he formed a short lived team with Ricky Morton while he was on the Indies.
Overview of Kid Kash's Career:
Most people know that Kid Kash was a member of the Original ECW, but not many people are aware of exactly how long he was with the company. Kash actually started with ECW in November of 1996 though he only stayed around for a short time he must have made an impact on Paul Heyman for him to be brought back. Sometime in 1997 Kash actually worked a house show for the WWF against Too Cool in a Tag match; during the match Kash botched a hurricanrana on Scotty and Kash broke both of his ankles performing the move.
The injury sidelined Kid Kash for a time, but then he resurfaced in ECW around late 1999 and was given a new gimmick, this is when he got the name Kid Kash. The name change was due to his uncanny resembles to musician Kid Rock. While in ECW Kash would go on to challenge World Champion Mike Awesome for ECW Title and he would also go on to win the ECW Television Title. Now something not a lot of people know is that Kash wasn't in ECW at the end as he was signed by WCW and just got the opportunity to debut on TV. His name in WCW would have been Cash.
Bottom of Form
Kid Kash would go on to spend time in TNA where he would become 2 time Tag Team Champions with Dallas (Lance Hoyt) and a one-time X-Division champion. Kash would also spend some time in the WWE where he won the Cruiserweight title and formed a short lived Tag Team with fellow Cruiserweight Jamie Knoble. More recently, as of 2013 Kash spent a few years back in TNA as they tried to re-launch the X-Division.
Kid Kash is one of the few people I can name that has held gold in every company he has been with over his career. Also Kash leaves having a track record of putting together really good matches everywhere he has been. I have always been a big fan of Kid Kash's work and am very happy for him that he is able to go out on his terms.
Congrats Kid Kash on a Great Career!!! You will be missed in the Squared Circle and Thank You for the Memories.
It's official, 2015 will be my last year as an active pro wrestler.