Brad has had the following in-ring names/nicknames of Brad Cain, Brad Kane, Idol, Lodi, Lodi Lane, Rage, Raizen Cain, Rave and Skank.
His wrestling moves include Arial Brainbuster, Brainbuster, Hiptoss, Lodi-ed glove (punch with loaded glove), Rocker dropper, Sign-off (DDT) and a Triple German suplex.
In 2005 he formed a tag-team with Scotty Matthews calling themselves "The Hybrids". He now wrestles only part-time and he is a personal fitness trainer operating a studio in Charlotte, North Carolina called "Your Flex".
When he returned from his injury & recovery he returned to the independent circuit wrestling in ACW (All-Star Championship Wrestling) & in ECCW (Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling) a branch of the NWA.
They were released from WCW in 2000 & they began wrestling on the independent circuit and were going to join TNA but Brad received a neck injury & needed major surgery that laid him up for 19 months.
GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) wrote letters of complaint to TNT which removed them both off TV for 6 months. They returned again as "Standards & Practices" a take-off on the censorship of TNT.
Their tag-team was a take-off of the old "Hollywood Blondes" with 'Flying' Brian Pillman & 'Stunning Steve Austin' but with a twist. They came out as a gay couple from California with pink wrestling trunks & strange hairdos.
In late 1998 Brad suffered a fractured ankle during a match against Psicosis (Dionicio Castellanos Torres) & he disappeared until June 1999 when Lenny Lane asked him to become his tag-team partner as the "West Hollywood Blondes."
He began appearing at ringside during matches involving Raven's Flock carrying different signs with silly sometimes non-sensicle statements on them like "Sign Guy' Dudley had done in ECW.
He immediately joined Raven's Flock replacing the injured Stevie Richards and he had his 1st wrestling match in WCW on "WCW Monday Nitro" on 8 December losing to 'The Crippler' Chris Benoit (Christopher Michael Benoît).
In mid 1997 he signed with WCW where he was first sent to the "WCW Power Plant" in Atlanta for some additional training and then he made his 1st appearance in WCW at the "World War 3" pay-per view on 23 November 1997 calling himself Lodi.
After Brad graduated East Carolina University he was a professional bodybuilder for 7 years after which C. W. Anderson (Chris Wright) trained him to be a wrestler & he made his debut in early 1997 on the independent circuit.