Kid Kash



Height: 5'10"

Weight: 188 lbs

Real Name: David Kash

DOB: 7/31/1969

Hometown: Johnson City, TN

Other Names: David Jericho, David Cash(ECW), Kid Cash(ECW), Kid Krash(XWF) "Mr. Total Nonstop Attitude"

Wrestler Since: 1990

Finishing Maneuver: The Money Maker

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #414(2010), #240(2009), #228(2008), #228(2006), #115(2005), #65(2004), #71(2003), #114(2001), #68(2000)

History:

(Wrestling Digest article, "Persistance Pays Off," February 2001, by Gabe Sapolsky)

Despite his name, passion and determination --not money-- propel ECW's Kid Kash.

On June 16, 2000, Kid Kash was on the road to an ECW house show in Salem, N.H. It was a day like any other--until his telephone rang. He learned that his grandmother, who had raised him since birth, had passed away. Sorrow gripped Kash's soul and ripped away at every fiber of his being. But he still went on to wrestle that night.

Kash had no choice but to wrestle. Such dedication is the only way Kash survived the torturous mental and physical training of Ricky Morton. It is the only way he persevered through 10 years of wrestling in front of sparse crowds in the Southern independents. That dedication is what finally enabled him to win the ECW world television title.

Kash (real name: David Cash) has devoted his life to the wrestling business, and his dedication has made him one of the top stars in ECW.

Kash grew up an avid wrestling fan. He watched the National Wrestling Alliance and then WCW. The thought of becoming a wrestler didn't enter his mind until some local grapplers, impressed with his surfer look and accomplished physique, approached him at a gym. They told the then-18-year-old Kash to come to the card that night, and if there was a spot, he would be given a match. "Somebody didn't show up, so they just put me in there and threw an outfit on me," Kash says. "They told me to jump off the ropes a few times and get beat. I did and other than the jumping, I knew nothing else."

Kash was impressive enough in his debut that he caught the attention of veterans Ricky Morton and Tim Horner. Morton immediately saw potential in Kash's agility and leaping ability. Kash had already perfected the hurracanrana (a.k.a. the Frankensteiner) by watching Scott Steiner execute it on television. Now Morton was about to take Kash through five years of cruel lessons. Kash learned the inner workings of the business by silently sitting in the back seat on road trips, listening to the conversations between Morton and other veterans like Morton's Rock 'n' Roll Express tag-team partner Robert Gibson, Wahoo McDaniel, and Greg Valentine. Kash would often find himself in the ring with the men he idolized as a child. He became a human punching bag for Valentine and McDaniel, as they would test Kash unmercifully with stiff kicks and punches while bending Kash's body in unnatural positions with right holds. Kash took a pounding every night and was rewarded with a handshake and a few compliments.

"The whole time I was sitting in the back seat [driving to shows with Morton and Gibson], they were telling me to work light and sell everything and everybody would take care of you," Kash says. "These guys were just beating the piss out of me, stretching me and all kinds of other things, just playing with my ass because they didn't respect me. I stayed working light with them even though they were beating me up, and I gained their respect ... at the end of the night they would tell me I did the right thing."

After working 14-hour days as a pipe welder and then suffering through long nights on the road and horrific abuse, Kash's passion and dedication still could not be curtailed. He was determined to make it as a wrestler, and soon he began to see the rewards of his dedication. Kash began wrestling in two or three states in just one weekend alongside Morton. His pay rose from $3 to $300 per match. Then, one night in 1995, Morton paid Kash the highest compliment possible: He asked him to be his new tag-team partner.

While Kash credits Morton with teaching him politics, philosophy, and an innumerable amount of in-ring lessons, the tag team was destined to disband from the beginning. Kash was a young upstart trying to make a name in the business. Morton was an aging superstar who was living off his name. The former NWA/WCW world tag-team champion was more interested in partying than capturing tag-team titles. Kash knew he had to separate himself from Morton's wild antics before Kash became old before his time.

"In my opinion, Ricky ... back in the day, I don't think there was a [better] wrestler other than Ric Flair," Kash says. "He can sell his ass off and make it so believable. I've been on shows on the indies and watched him sell, and I've seen people in the front row actually try to climb over the guard rail to help him just because he made it so believable. That's the kind of stuff I've always been into, the selling. Even in ECW, I try to bring a little of the South them. I don't see too many people doing arm drags, so I like to do arm drags and hip tosses and even throw a dropkick in there every now and then."

Kash joined ECW in the middle of 1999 and once again found his dedication tested. He was back to the opening match, but this only made Kash work harder. He finally caught the eye of booker Paul Heyman and earned a spot on the Guilty As Charged pay-per-view on January 9, 2000. Kash knew it was his chance to steal the show and become a star on a national stage. Only two nights earlier, the Dupp Brothers landed on Kash wrong and broke his jaw. Kash had surgery on his jaw and then wrestled on the show in severe pain. He even executed high-flying moves.

Throughout the year, Kash slowly climbed the card. He earned the attention of not just the ECW faithful and Heyman, but WCW, who offered the high-flying, huracanrana master a contract. Kash promptly turned it down to stay with ECW, saying it was time to "make the right business decision." Just as things were coming together for Kash in ECW, he suffered the greatest loss of his life when his grandmother passed away. Now his dedication in all facets of his life would undergo its sternest test.

"The reason I stayed was because I was already in the car going to Salem, and she had already died," Kash says. "There was not going to be any funeral or family night until Sunday or Monday. I'm not going to lie: My career means so much to me. This is what I've lived my life for. I just had to shut it out, because the last thing I want to do is have a bad night in wrestling to where Paul [Heyman] might lose his confidence in me. I loved my grandmother with all my heart; she knew it and everyone knows it, but with her gone, all I've got is wrestling. The ECW crew was so great to me. It made me cry," Kash says. "They really stuck by me and let me know that they are my family now, if that's the way I want it, and they have been ever since. That's why I can't ever leave. They'll have to kick me out the doors."

With the support of the ECW talent, Kash's dedication to the business has grown stronger and taken him to new heights in the ring. He proved he belonged on top of the card in his first-ever ECW main-event match against Rob Van Dam on July 29 in Houston. A Van Daminator and five-star frog splash made Kash succumb to a three-count, but not before Kash had frustrated, bewildered, and almost defeated "the Whole F'n Show." Van Dam was so impressed that he selected Kash as his tag-team partner. With RVD's help, Kash achieved the greatest pinnacle of his career when he defeated Rhino in New York City on August 27 to capture the ECW world television title. Although Rhino won the belt back on September 9 in Toronto, Kash has proved he can be a threat to any title.

Kash has survived numerous injuries, mental frustration, and the loss of the person most dear to him by drawing on his fierce dedication to pro wrestling. It is this dedication that will make this exciting star continue to soar higher.

COPYRIGHT 2001 Century Publishing
COPYRIGHT 2001 Gale Group

Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (58 - 69, 1 NC, 1 Draw)
- ECW Arena (October 23, '99) = David Cash fought to a No-Contest with Tom Marquez.
- ECW Arena (November 27, '99) = Kid Cash & Nova won over the Dupps.
- ECW Guilty As Charged '00 (January 9) = The match-up started out as Kid Kash, Nova & Jazz vs. Simon Diamond, Danny Doring & Roadkill. It ended, however, with Doring & Roadkill beating Nova & Chris Chetti.
- ECW Arena (March 4, '00) = Kash was beaten by Little Guido in the 1st round of the ECW Television Title Tournament.
- ECW Living Dangerously '00 (March 12) = Kash lost to the ECW Heavyweight Champion, Mike Awesome.
- ECW Cyberslam '00 (April 22) = Kash lost a "Triangle" Match to Little Guido. Super Crazy was the other participant.
- ECW Hardcore Heaven '00 (May 14) = Kash pinned CW Anderson.
- ECW Arena (July 8, '00) = Kash defeated EZ Money.
- ECW Heat Wave '00 (July 16) = Kash, Danny Doring & Roadkill won over CW Anderson, Simon Diamond & Johnny Swinger.
- ECW Arena (August 20, '00) = Kash & Rob Van Dam took down Justin Credible & Rhino.
- ECW Tag-Team Title Tournament (August 25, '00) = Kash & Rob Van Dam lost in the first round to Tommy Dreamer & Jerry Lynn. Yoshihiro Tajiri & Mikey Whipwreck won the tournament.
- ECW Anarchy Rulz '00 (October 1) = Kash pinned EZ Money.
- ECW November to Remember '00 (November 5) = Kash defeated CW Anderson.
- ECW Massacre on 34th Street (December 3, '00) = Kash & Super Crazy lost to Yoshihiro Tajiri & Mikey Whipwreck.
- ECW Guilty As Charged '01 (January 7) = Kash & Super Crazy lost a "Triangle" Match to Yoshihiro Tajiri & Mikey Whipwreck. Tony Mamaluke & Little Guido were the other participants.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #9, August 14, '02) = Kash, Shark Boy & Slick J fell to the Spanish Announce Team.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #11, August 28, '02) = Kash pinned the Amazing Red.
- WWC 29th Anniversary Show (September 14, '02) = Kash, as the XWF Junior Heavyweight Champion, lost, via DQ, to the WWC Junior Heavyweight Champ, Eddie Colon.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #12, September 18, '02) = Kash was beaten by AJ Styles.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #13, September 25, '02) = Kash lost to Jorge Estrada.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #15, October 9, '02) = Kash lost a "Four Corners Iron Man" Match to Ace Steel. Tony Mamaluke and Low-Ki were the other participants. Later that night, Kash competed in a "7-Man Ladder" Match for the NWA-TNA X Division Title, which was won by Syxx-Pac.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #17, October 23, '02) = Kash competed in an "Elimination" Match, which was won by the Amazing Red. Elix Skipper, Jose Maximo and Joel Maximo were the other participants.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #18, October 30, '02) = Kash defeated Tony Mamaluke.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #19, November 6, '02) = Kash won a "Tables Elimination" Match over Tony Mamaluke, Ace Steel, Jose and Joel Maximo.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #20, November 13, '02) = Kash lost a "Triangle" Match to X Division Champion, Jerry Lynn. AJ Styles was the other participant.
- 3PW Return of the Dream (November 23, '02) = Kash fell to Ron Killings.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #23, December 4, '02) = In a dark match, Kash took down Larry Valentine. Later on, Kash competed in a "Double Elimination" Match, which was won by EZ Money.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #24, December 11, '02) = Kash defeated Jorge Estrada.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #25, December 18, '02) = Kash competed in a "Gauntlet" Match, which was won by Jason Cross.
- 3PW Year-End Mayhem (December 28, '02) = Kash took down Syxx-Pac.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #26, January 8, '03) = Kash & EZ Money fell to David Young & Tony Mamaluke.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #27, January 15, '03) = Kash was beaten by Sonny Siaki.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #28, January 22, '03) = In a dark match, Kash defeated Xavier.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #29, January 29, '03) = Kash & Trinity won over Sonny Siaki & Desire.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #30, February 5, '03) = In a dark match, Kash pinned Shark Boy.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #31, February 12, '03) = Kash won the NWA-TNA X Division Championship, beating Sonny Siaki.
- 3PW 1st Anniversary Show (February 15, '03) = Kash defeated Mike Kruel.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #32, February 19, '03) = Kash stayed the X Division Champ, winning over Paul London.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #33, February 26, '03) = Kash retained the X Division Title, taking down Jason Cross.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #34, March 5, '03) = Kash kept the X Division strap, beating the Amazing Red.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #35, March 12, '03) = Kash, as the X Division Champ, won a "Triangle" Match over Johnny Storm & the Amazing Red.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #36, March 19, '03) = Kash stayed the X Division Champ, winning a "Triangle" Match over the Amazing Red and Trinity.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #37, March 26, '03) = Kash & Trinity defeated the Amazing Red & Alexis Laree.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #38, April 2, '03) = Kash retained the X Division Title, taking down Jerry Lynn.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #39, April 9, '03) = Kash fell to Raven.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #40, April 16, '03) = Kash kept the X Division strap, pinning Mike Sanders.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #41, April 23, '03) = Kash was beaten by Trinity.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #42, April 30, '03) = Kash lost the NWA-TNA X Division Title to the Amazing Red.
- 3PW A Funkin' Classic (May 3, '03) = Kash took down Homicide.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #43, May 7, '03) = Kash competed in a "Gauntlet" Match, which was won by Glen Gilbertti.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #44, May 14, '03) = Kash fell to Ron Killings.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #45, May 21, '03) = Kash & Trinity were beaten by David Young & Tracy.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #46, May 28, '03) = Kash pinned Trinity.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #48, June 11, '03) = Kash won a "Handicap" Match over Trinity & Goldilocks.
- 3PW A New Era (June 21, '03) = Kash lost to AJ Styles.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #50, June 25, '03) = Kash beat Erik Watts.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #52, July 9, '03) = Kash won over Jerry Lynn.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #53, July 16, '03) = In a dark match, Kash & Abyss took down Matt Sydal & Delirious.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #54, July 23, '03) = In a dark match, Kash & Abyss defeated Kurt Daniels & Andy Jaxx.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #55, July 30, '03) = Kash pinned Ricky Morton.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #56, August 6, '03) = Kash beat Larry Zbysko.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #57, August 13, '03) = Kash won over Bobby Eaton.
- 3PW That's Incredible! (August 16, '03) = Kash lost, via DQ, to Josh Daniels.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #58, August 20, '03) = Kash competed in a "Gauntlet" Match, which was won by Raven.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #59, August 27, '03) = In a dark match, Kash took down Johnny Storm.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #61, September 17, '03) = Kash & Abyss lost a "Four Corners" Match to 3 Live Cru (Killings & James). The other participants were America's Most Wanted and the Disciples of the New Church.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #62, September 24, '03) = Kash lost to Terry Taylor.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #63, October 1, '03) = Kash & Abyss defeated America's Most Wanted.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #64, October 8, '03) = Kash & Abyss fell to America's Most Wanted.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #65, October 15, '03) = Kash was pinned by Abyss.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #66, October 22, '03) = Kash took down Sonjay Dutt.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #67, October 29, '03) = Kash won a "Chair On A Pole First Blood" Match over Abyss.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #68, November 5, '03) = Kash & Lazz fell to the Gathering.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #70, November 19, '03) = Kash defeated Shark Boy.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #71, November 26, '03) = Kash won over Low-Ki.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #72, December 3, '03) = Kash lost a "Triangle" Match to Low-Ki. Christopher Daniels was the other participant.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #73, December 10, '03) = Kash beat Don Harris. Later on, Kash & Jeff Jarrett fell to AJ Styles & D-Lo Brown.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #74, December 17, '03) = In a dark match, Kash defeated Jerrelle Clark.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #75, January 7, '04) = In a dark match, Kash took down Matt Sydal. Later on, Kash lost to Chris Vaughn.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #76, January 14, '04) = Kash won over Chris Vaughn.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #79, February 4, '04) = Kash was pinned by Sonny Siaki.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #81, February 18, '04) = Kash & Glen Gilberti lost a "Juggalo Street Fight" Match to the Insane Clown Posse.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #83, March 3, '04) = Kid Kash, Glen Gilberti, David Young, Michael Shane & Johnny Swinger fell to Sonny Siaki, D-Lo Brown, Simon Diamond, Ron Killings & Konnan.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #84, March 10, '04) = Kid Kash, Glen Gilberti & David Young won a "6-Man Dark Carnival" Match over Too Tuff Tony & the Insane Clown Posse.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #85, March 17, '04) = Kid Kash competed in the "10 Man Elimination #1 Contenders" Match, which was won by Ron Killings.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #86, March 24, '04) = Kid Kash & Dallas beat Simon Diamond & Sonny Siaki in the 1st Round of the NWA World Tag-Team Title Tournament.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #87, March 31, '04) = Kid Kash & Dallas defeated the New Church in the semi-finals of the NWA World Tag-Team Title Tournament.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #88, April 7, '04) = Kid Kash & Dallas took down Christopher Daniels & Low-Ki to win the NWA World Tag-Team Title Tournament.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #89, April 14, '04) = Kid Kash & Dallas lost the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, via DQ, to D-Lo Brown & Apollo (in NWA-TNA, the titles change hands on DQs & Countouts).
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #90, April 21, '04) = Kid Kash & Dallas won, via DQ, over D-Lo Brown & Apollo, winning them back the NWA World Tag Titles.
- Mid-South Memphis Slam Jam (April 23, '04) = Kid Kash stayed the XWF Cruiserweight Champion, beating Derrick King.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #91, April 28, '04) = Kid Kash & Dallas retained the NWA World Tag straps, winning a "Nightstick On A Pole" Match over D-Lo Brown & Apollo.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #93, May 12, '04) = Kid Kash fell to James Storm.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #94, May 19, '04) = Kid Kash & Dallas, as the NWA Tag Champs, lost a "Non-Title Bunkhouse" Match to James Storm & Dusty Rhodes.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #96, June 2, '04) = Kid Kash & Dallas defended the NWA Tag-Team Titles, beating James Storm & Dusty Rhodes.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #97, June 9, '04) = In a dark match, Kid Kash beat Dirty Money.
- Mid-South Throwback Night (July 10, '04) = Kid Kash retained the XWF Cruiserweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Bill Dundee.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #105, August 4, '04) = Kid Kash was pinned by AJ Styles.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #106, August 11, '04) = Kid Kash competed in the "22-Man X-Division Title Gauntlet" Match, which was won by Petey Williams.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #107, August 18, '04) = Kid Kash lost a "Street Fight" Match to AJ Styles.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #108, August 25, '04) = Kid Kash, Dallas, & Monty Brown fell to AJ Styles, Ron Killings, & Jeff Hardy.
- Mid-South Throwback Night II (August 28, '04) = Kid Kash, as the XWF Cruiserweight Champ, lost, via DQ, to Spider-Man.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #109, September 1, '04) = Kid Kash & Dallas lost a "Street Fight" Match to AJ Styles & Ron Killings.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #110, September 8, '04) = Kid Kash lost a "Best of 3 Tables" Match to AJ Styles.
- Mid-South Throwback Night III (October 30, '04) = Kid Kash was pinned by Bill Dundee.
- NWA-TNA Victory Road '04 (November 7, '04) = Kid Kash, Dallas, & the Naturals were beaten by Erik Watts, Ron Killings, Pat Kenney, & Johnny B. Badd.
- NWA-TNA Turning Point (December 5, '04) = Kid Kash, Michael Shane, & Frankie Kazarian fell to Hector Garza, Sonny Siaki, & Sonjay Dutt.
- NWA-TNA Final Resolution (January 16, '05) = Kid Kash was pinned by Dustin Rhodes.
- NWA-TNA Against All Odds (February 13, '05) = Kid Kash & Lance Hoyt (Dallas) lost to the NWA World Tag-Team Champs, America's Most Wanted.
- Mid-South Throwback Night V (February 26, '05) = Kid Kash & Koko B. Ware were beaten by Brian Christopher & Shock.
- NWA-TNA Destination X (March 13, '05) = In a dark match, Kid Kash & Lance Hoyt took down Cassidy Reilly & Jerelle Clark.
- OVW Television Title Tournament (May/June '05) = Kid Kash fought to a Draw with Frankie Kazarian. Deuce Shade won the tournament.
- Hardcore Homecoming (June 10, '05) = Kid Kash fell to Too Cold Scorpio.
- DSW Debut Show (September 1, '05) = Kid Kash lost to Mac Johnson.
- WWE Armageddon '05 (December 18) = Kid Kash won the WWE Cruiserweight Title from Juventud Guerrera.
- WWE Royal Rumble '06 (January 29) = Kid Kash lost the Cruiserweight Title, losing a "Cruiserweight Open" Match to Gregory Helms. Jamie Noble, Paul London, Funaki, and Nunzio were the other participants.
- WWE No Way Out '06 (February 19) = Kid Kash lost a "9-Man Sudden Death" Match to the Cruiserweight Champion, Gregory Helms. The other participants were Brian Kendrick, Paul London, Scotty Too Hotty, Funaki, Nunzio, Psicosis, and Super Crazy.
- DSW Six Flags Park Slam (June 9, '06) = The Pitbulls (Kid Kash & Jamie Noble) lost to the DSW Tag-Team Champions, High Impact.
- WWE Great American Bash '06 (July 23) = The Pitbulls lost to the WWE Smackdown Tag-Team Champions, Brian Kendrick & Paul London.
- TNA Hardcore Justice (August 8, '10) = Kid Kash, Simon Diamond, & Johnny Swinger fell to The FBI (Tony Luke, Guido Maritato, & Tracy Smothers).
- TNA No Surrender 11 (September 11) = Kid Kash lost a "TNA X Division #1 Contenders" Match to Jesse Sorenson.
- TNA Turning Point 11 (November 13) = Kid Kash lost a "Three-Way" Match to the TNA X Division Champion, Austin Aries. Jesse Sorenson was the other participant.
- TNA Final Resolution 11 (December 11) = Kid Kash lost to the TNA X Division Champion, Austin Aries.
- TNA Genesis '12 (January 8, '12) = Kid Kash lost a "Four Corners Elimination" Match to the TNA X Division Champion, Austin Aries. Zema Ion and Jesse Sorensen were the other participants.
- TNA Slammiversary '12 (June 10) = Kid Kash fell to Hernandez.
- TNA Destination X '12 (July 8) = Kid Kash lost in the semi-finals of the TNA X Division Title Tournament to Mason Andrews. Zema Ion won the tournament.
- TNA Hardcore Justice '12 (August 12) = Kid Kash & Gunner were beaten by Chavo Guerrero Jr & Hernandez.

Title Summary:
- ECW World Television Champion (8/26/2000 - 9/09/2000)
- XWF Light Heavyweight Champion (11/13/2001 - 11/14/2001)
- XWF Junior Heavyweight Champion (2002)
- NWA-TNA X Division Champion (2/12/2003 - 4/30/2003)
- XWF Cruiserweight Champion (2004)
- NWA World Tag-Team Champion w/ Dallas (4/07/2004 - 4/14/2004)
- NWA World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Dallas (4/21/2004 - 6/03/2004)
- WWE World Cruiserweight Champion (12/18/2005 - 1/29/2006)

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