Lance Cade

Height: 6'5"

Weight: 262 lbs

Real Name: Lance Curtis McNaught

DOB: 3/02/1980

DOD: 8/13/2010

Hometown: Carroll, Iowa

Billed As: Omaha, Nebraska

Other Names: Garrison Cade(WWE), Lance Cade(WWE),

Wrestler Since: 1999

Finishing Maneuver: Redneck Bomb, Top Rope Leg Drop

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #371(2009), #80(2008), #137(2007), #235(2006), #153(2005), #85(2004), #130(2003), #120(2002), #191(2001)

Other Related Websites:
Lance Cade - Online World of Wrestling Bio
Lance Cade - Slam! Wrestling Bio
Lance Cade - Wikipedia Bio

History: (Last Updated: 6/04/2012)

The Beginning / MCW / HWA / OVW
WWE Raw: 2003 / 2004
OVW: 2005
WWE Raw: 2005 / 2006 / 2007 / 2008
Independents: 2008 - 2009
WWE Developmental: 2009 - 2010

The Beginning

Lance Cade got a great start in the world of professional wrestling: he got to train with a modern-day legend. Cade earned his wrestling stripes training with Shawn Michaels in San Antonio, TX, learning the ropes. Cade then opted to cut his teeth in another country, wrestling for Frontier Martial-arts Wrestling starting in 1999 in Japan. He and American Dragon (another Michaels trainee) wrestled as a team there, competing against some tough competition going into the year 2000. Cade also competed in Michaels' turf, the Texas Wrestling Alliance, and in May '00, Cade won his first gold, winning a tournament final over his partner, American Dragon, to win the TWA Television Championship. Cade would hold the title for less than a month before losing a "Three-Way Loser Leaves Town" Match to Jeromy Sage (the Bonecrusher was the other participant).


It didn't take long for Cade to be noticed by World Wrestling Entertainment, especially with Michaels as his trainer. Cade was signed to a WWE developmental contract, and began wrestling for Memphis Championship Wrestling in 2001. Cade got to face a lot of up-and-coming talent there, including Spanky, American Dragon, Seven (later Mordecai), Charlie Haas, and the Island Boys (later 3 Minute Warning). Over the summer of '01, Cade transfered to another WWE developmental company, the Heartland Wrestling Association. Cade started out his run there forming a tag-team with "Surfer" Cody Hawk. But the team broke up after only a few months, when Cade switched to the World Championship Wrestling camp in the "Invasion" angle, which spread all the way to HWA.

Cade aligned with Mike Sanders, a former WCW wrestler, and the team thrived for many months in the tag division. Surprisingly, though, the downfall of the team came when Cade & Sanders defeated Val Venis & Steve Bradley in February '02 to win the HWA Tag-Team Titles. Cade and Sanders broke up that very day, and the titles were vacated. The next week, Cade faced Sanders and defeated him in a singles match, giving Cade the belts. Cade chose Steve Bradley to be his partner, and the two stayed on top of the division for almost a month. However, Cade & Bradley had problems defeating WWE competition, as Hugh Morrus & Raven took them down in the middle of March '02 for the belts. Cade & Bradley came back quickly, though, winning the HWA Tag Titles only three days later.

In April '02, Cade's first HWA tag-team partner came back to haunt him, as Cody Hawk & the Ice Cream Man defeated Cade & Bradley for the tag-team belts. Cade & Bradley tried for the next month to get the belts back, even winning a "Tag-Team Contendership" Match to get another shot, but never managed to get the belts back. But Cade wasn't through with the HWA yet, as he went into the singles ranks and immediately made an impression. In May '02, Cade won over Johnny the Bull to become the HWA Heavyweight Champion, a major accomplishment for the young wrestler. Cade defended the belt for 2 months before Johnny the Bull won the belt back. On the same night, however, Cade got another crack at Johnny, and won the second match, becoming the 2-time Heavyweight Champ. Unfortunately, this reign lasted only one day, as Cade, once again, lost his title to his former partner, Cody Hawk.


During the summer of '02, the HWA was dropped as a developmental territory by WWE, shocking many wrestlers. But Cade was one of the lucky ones, as he was quickly transferred over to WWE's main developmental company, Ohio Valley Wrestling. Cade continued his usual pattern, searching for a strong tag-team partner to work with. He found it in Rene Dupree, another young wrestler with great potential. The two men worked as a tag-team throughout most of their times in OVW, always a threat to the tag-team champions. The closest Cade & Dupree came, however, was in the OVW Tag-Team Title Tournament in March '03, where they defeated Matt Morgan & BJ Payne, but couldn't beat the Disciples of Synn in the finals. Cade & Dupree had another shot at Spring Break-Out '03, but the current champions at the time were from WWE, the APA, and Cade & Dupree couldn't overcome the odds. Still, both Cade and Dupree were impressive as a team, and Dupree appeared in WWE only a few weeks after their title shot. Cade took a little longer, but soon followed his partner to "the show".

WWE Raw: 2003

Garrison Cade made his first major mark in World Wrestling Entertainment in June '03, on Monday Night Raw, facing off against Lance Storm in a singles match. Storm was much stronger during the bout, using his experience. But when "Stone Cold" Steve Austin came out, chanting the word "Boring", Storm became distracted, allowing Cade to sneak in and get the victory. Soon afterwards, Cade again found a tag-team partner, Mark Jindrak, to ally himself with, and, not surprisingly, began to challenge for the tag-team titles. Ironically, they were around the waist of La Resistance, which included Cade's former partner, Rene Dupree. The two teams had some good matches, which included Cade & Jindrak winning a "Non-Title" Match over La Resistance on Sunday Night Heat. But the belts stayed out of the reach of Cade & Jindrak, as their inexperience hindered them.

Over the next few months, Cade & Jindrak fought against many different teams, from La Resistance and the Dudley Boyz to battles against the top heels on Raw, Evolution. The duo also formed a semi-partnership with another young star, Maven, helping each other out on occassion. However, Cade & Jindrak soon began to be known more for their cheating ways, rather than their abilities. This led them to be entered into the Tag-Team Turmoil Match at Armageddon '03, where the winner would earn the vacated WWE Raw Tag-Team Titles. Cade & Jindrak struck very early, as they came in from the crowd when their turn hit and quickly rolled up the Hurricane to eliminate him & Rosey. Cade & Jindrak next faced Lance Storm & Val Venis, and Cade and Storm again put on a strong display of mat wrestling. The end was once again decided by Cade's ring-smarts, however, as Cade tripped up Venis from the outside on a suplex attempt, then held onto Venis' legs while Jindrak made the pinfall. Unfortunately, the next team to come down were the Dudley Boyz, who eventually took out Jindrak with the 3-D to eliminate Cade & Jindrak. The duo got some revenge, though, attacking the Dudleys after the match before leaving, making it harder for the Dudley Boyz to come out victorious (which they didn't, losing at the end to Ric Flair & Batista).


Going into the new year, Cade & Jindrak continued to work together as a team, staying mainly in the mid-card ranks. Neither wrestler competed in the 2004 Royal Rumble, missing out on an opportunity. But the team held tough, and got a huge win in March '04, when they took down the Hurricane & Rosey to earn a shot at the WWE Raw Tag-Team Titles at Wrestlemania XX. Cade & Jindrak were entered into a four-way tag match against the champs, Booker T & Rob Van Dam, and the other two competing teams, La Resistance and the Dudley Boyz. The experience factor was definitely against Cade & Jindrak, as they were the only team to have never held the Raw Tag-Team Titles. But Cade & Jindrak gave it their all, and at one point had Booker T on the ropes with their attack. In the end, the Dudleys had Booker T set up for a 3-D, but Cade opted to make the save, knocking Bubba Ray Dudley out of the ring. Ultimately, though, this gave Booker T the chance to come back, as he took out Rob Conway with an axe kick, then handed it over to Van Dam, who got the 5-Star Frog Splash for the victory.

Only a few weeks after their impressive showing at Wrestlemania, Cade & Jindrak were broken up, as Jindrak was drafted to go to Smackdown during the Draft Lottery. Cade again looked for another partner to start allying himself with, fitting the pattern of his career. Surprisingly, though, Cade found himself joining up with heel announcer Jonathan "The Coach" Coachman, becoming almost an enforcer for the Coach. Cade next became involved in a feud with Tajiri, who had spit green mist into the Coach's face during a game of musical chairs (which was set up by Eugene, who was in power at the time). During this feud, Cade started having some knee problems, getting it checked out by a doctor. Cade could still wrestle, though, and a tag-team match was signed for Vengeance '04 between Cade & the Coach and Tajiri and a mystery partner, who turned out to be Rhyno. Cade & the Coach did well for much of the match, but when Cade was taken out by the Green Mist followed by a Gore fro Rhyno, the Coach had no chance, and was knocked out and pinned for the pay-per-view loss.

2005: OVW

Cade then stayed off WWE television for quite some time, due to the knee injury (which was said to be a dislocated knee). In '05, Cade began reappearing in Ohio Valley Wrestling as his former self, Lance Cade, shedding the ring rust. Cade sided with "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan and Vengeance (known as Mordecai briefly in WWE) against the OVW Heavyweight Champ, Elijah Burke. In February '05, Cade took on Burke in a "$5,000 Bounty" Match (Morgan had put a bounty on Burke's head), but couldn't get the win, eventually losing to Burke. This didn't stop Cade, Vengeance, and Morgan from beating down Burke after the match, with Mark Henry making the save.

A week later, after Morgan & Vengeance lost a tag-team match to Burke & Henry, Cade ran out to help another beat-down of the face wrestlers. This time, surprisingly, Lance Storm came out to make the save with a kendo stick. Cade then faded into the background for the next few weeks, eventually making his return to the ring at the June 3rd OVW Summer Sizzler Series '05 show, taking on Al Snow. While Cade brought his cowboy hat with him, Snow brought Head, routinely turning to the mannequin head for help. During the match, when Cade was knocked to the outside, Snow destroyed Cade's hat, stomping on it. This made the match more personal to Cade, but in the end, it didn't matter, as, with the ref down, Snow knocked out Cade with Head, getting the victory. Later on that night, Cade interfered in the Brent Albright/Elijah Burke OVW Heavyweight Title match, with Cade attacking the champion, Albright.

The two foes had a violent "No Disqualification, Loser Must Tap Out" Match at the OVW Summer Sizzler Series '05 show at Six Flags on June 17th, '05. Cade was intent on the victory, but he was also a little off, as he tried to pin Albright early in the match. The ref, of course, didn't allow it, causing a little shoving match between the two. Later in the match, Albright got his Crowbar submission on Cade, but Cade escaped, then appeared to be leaving, with Albright chasing him down. Albright shockingly got the Crowbar applied on Cade again, right on the ramp! With nowhere to go, and with it all being legal, Cade was forced to tap, losing to the OVW Champ.

WWE Raw: 2005

For the next month, Cade began preparing for his return to WWE, beginning to team with another country-style wrestler, Trevor Murdoch. The two had vignettes played for them on Monday Night Raw near the end of August '05, with Cade & Murdoch challenging the Raw tag-team champions, the Superheroes (Rosey & the Hurricane). On the first September '05 Raw, Cade & Murdoch made their debut, in a "Non-Title" Match against the champs. Surprisingly, Cade & Murdoch got the win, getting the pinfall victory over the Tag-Team Champs and immediately becoming a major threat on Raw. The two continued their momentum a week later, defeating Tajiri & Eugene, looking like world-beaters as they headed towards their first WWE Pay-Per-View together.

At Unforgiven '05, Cade & Murdoch, thanks to their victory over the Superheroes earlier in the month, got the Raw Tag-Team Title shot against the champs. The duo was extremely confident before the match, telling their foes to shine the belts up really nice for them. During the match, Murdoch went and harrassed Lillian Garcia, trying to get a kiss, which caused the Hurricane to come to her rescue. This worked into the plan of Cade & Murdoch, though, as Murdoch gave the Hurricane a Spike DDT on the outside, knocking him out badly enough that the trainers came out to take the Hurricane to the back, even as Cade & Murdoch double-teamed Rosey. Later on, though, the Hurricane returned, in spite of the trainers trying to stop him, and made the tag. While the Hurricane had the brief edge, though, Cade & Murdoch soon got the advantage on the hurting wrestler, using their chop block/clothesline combo to get the victory, becoming Raw World Tag-Team Champions.

With Cade watching on from ringside, Murdoch defeated the Hurricane again the next day on Raw, doing more damage to the former champion. Cade & Murdoch then defended the belts over the next month, usually on Heat, taking on teams like Val Venis & Viscera, the Superheroes, and the Heart Throbs. Cade & Murdoch finally met their match, though, at Taboo Tuesday '05, when, due to the votes of the fans, they had to face Kane & the Big Show, with the titles on the line. Although Cade & Murdoch fought hard, the size difference was just too great, with Kane & the Big Show winning away the titles by hitting a Double Chokeslam on Cade. A week later on Raw, Cade & Murdoch cashed in their rematch clause, taking on Kane & the Big Show in a "Hardcore" Match. Although this allowed Cade & Murdoch to use weapons, allowing them to get some good shots on Kane for a while, they still couldn't stand against the champs, with Cade shockingly getting another Double Chokeslam, this time through the announce table!

This was Cade & Murdoch's last shot at the Raw Tag Titles. They would team together once more, losing to the Legion of Doom '05 during the Eddie Guerrero Tribute show on Smackdown, then surprisingly broke up, with no reason ever given. The two just stopped teaming together, possibly deciding that they could never get past Kane & the Big Show to regain the gold. Cade spent the rest of December '05 wrestling on Heat and Raw in singles matches, trying to get some of his "beginning momentum" back. On the final Heat of '05, Cade at least got a victory, winning over Val Venis to show that he wasn't going away this time.


Cade continued to wrestle sporadically on Heat and Raw going into the new year. He had a chance to get himself into the '06 Royal Rumble, competing with Rob Conway & Gregory Helms against the Big Show in a "Second Chance Battle Royal". But none of the three could survive the Big Show, who tossed each one over the top rope to make sure that none would compete in the Rumble. Cade then went back to the Internet show, Heat, still having trouble getting his singles career in WWE off the ground. In February '05, he lost matches to wrestlers like Goldust and Chavo Guerrero, failing to gain any momentum to get back to the big time. He did rebound somewhat in March, though, winning via the ropes over Val Venis. But a win on Heat only goes so far. Cade also wrestled in the dark match of Wrestlemania 22, but was thrown out of the Battle Royal (Viscera took the win).

An interesting moment occurred on the last Raw of March '06, as Kane chased Carlito to the backstage area, only to get ambushed by Carlito, Chris Masters, and Cade & Murdoch! The two former teammates joined back up to beat on Kane and lock him in a closet, only to have the Big Show appear and clear the area of the wrestlers. Still, it was an intriguing sight, leading many to speculate that Cade & Murdoch may be reforming their team. After a few more weeks, the rumors became true, as Cade & Murdoch began teaming together again on Sunday Night Heat. In May '06, the duo began a feud with a very strange team, Gene Snitsky & Goldust. The two groups met in different combinations over the next few weeks, building up their feud on Heat. The next week, though, as Goldust & Snitsky got a title shot on Raw against the Spirit Squad, Cade & Murdoch instead wrestled against Charlie Haas & Viscera. Although there were some tense moments between the two, Cade & Murdoch pulled it back together to get their double-team maneuver on Viscera for the win, continuing to look strong as they climb back up the tag-team ranks.

Cade & Murdoch's alligiance led to tough times for Cade during the first Raw of June '06. Murdoch had been beaten two weeks before by "The Big Red Machine", Kane, causing him to want some revenge. Cade thus got a match with Kane that night, and took some punishment, as the big man was dominating him. However, before Kane could put the finishing touches on the match, he was distracted by the visuals from his "alter-ego", eventually chasing them to the back. This allowed Cade to get the 'victory' via Countout, causing a celebration between the two Rednecks.

The duo would continue to work together over the coming months, treading water as a WWE tag-team and looking for some success. They decided to take matters into their own hands, though, in September '06, when Cade & Murdoch attacked Triple H before the wrestler's scheduled match with Vince McMahon. This act to get them noticed succeeded, if only because they were noticed by Triple H & Shawn Michaels, D-Generation X. The two teams had a short feud for the next month, facing off on a special Monday Night Raw entitled Family Reunion. Unfortunately for Cade & Murdoch, the match did not end well, as DX got the victory over them in a Street Fight.

Cade & Murdoch had one more pay-per-view appearance in 2006, when they joined Cryme Tyme, The Highlanders, and Charlie Haas & Viscera in a Four-Way Match at Cyber Sunday. On the show, the fans had the ability to vote for the match type, and chose "Texas Tornado", meaning that all competitors could fight at the same time. It was a wild match, with Cade & Murdoch doing all they could to get the victory. In the end, they were close, as the tag-team got their finisher, a High/Low combination, on Robbie McAllistair. But Cryme Tyme then took them out and stole the pin, taking the win away. Cade & Murdoch would then fall back into the lower card, rarely competing for the tag-team titles as the year ran out.


Going into '07, Cade & Murdoch (called the Texas Rangers by some at this point) worked to try and get back into the titles hunt, getting into the "Tag-Team Turmoil" Match at New Year's Revolution '07. Cade kept his team in it with a flying elbow off the top rope to eliminate the World's Greatest Tag-Team, but the team couldn't finish things off, losing in the final contest to Cryme Tyme. With this loss, Cade & Murdoch went back to mostly wrestling on Sunday Night Heat, away from the top competition.

In April '07, Cade & Murdoch got another push, this time going after The Hardy Boyz, who were the currently WWE (Raw) World Tag-Team Champions. Cade and Murdoch both got singles wins over the Hardys going into Backlash '07, making them a threat to the champs. The two teams had a very competitive match, with Cade & Murdoch almost getting the pin on multiple occasions. But in the end, a Jeff Hardy Swanton Bomb on Murdoch ended things, allowing the Hardy Boyz to keep the belts.

Surprisingly, Cade & Murdoch seemed to take the loss well, showing a lot of respect for the championship team. Over the next few weeks, the duo had nothing but praise for the Hardyz, and even came to their aid at times, leading to a rematch being arranged between the teams at Judgment Day '07. While still staying friendly to each other, the two teams still worked hard for the belts. Once again, though, Cade & Murdoch came up short, as a Twist of Fate/Swanton Bomb combination won once again. The two teams shook hands after the match, as Cade & Murdoch kept up their respect for the Hardyz.

A few weeks later, the two teams met once more, this time on a Monday Night Raw. This time, though, Cade & Murdoch were more intense, and near the end of the match, Cade took Jeff Hardy down hard to the mat. He went for the pin, with Jeff able to get his foot on the ropes. However, before the ref could see the foot, Murdoch shoved the foot off, and Cade was able to get the win, making Cade & Murdoch two-time WWE Tag Champions! Post-match, an upset Matt Hardy confronted the new champs, only to have Cade & Murdoch beat him and Jeff down with the belts, showing that the 'respect' was just a deceitful ploy to get title shots!

The actions of Cade & Murdoch led to another match between the two squads at Vengeance '07. This time, Cade & Murdoch were the defending champs, while the Hardyz were needing a pin or submission to get the gold. During the match, both Cade and Murdoch worked over Matt's leg, injuring it and allowing them to focus on him. Matt eventually made the hot tag to Jeff, who took down Cade with several shots. But Murdoch was able to break up the Swanton Bomb, and Cade got the Redneck Bomb for the victory, retaining the gold for his team.

After getting through their feud with the Hardyz, Cade & Murdoch were somewhat quiet as tag-team champions, as they didn't even appear at the next PPV, and were only in a dark match at Summerslam '07. The duo were defending the belts, though, both on television and off, feuding with teams like Cryme Tyme and Brian Kendrick & Paul London. Surprisingly, Cade & Murdoch lost the belts during a tour of South Africa to Kendrick & London in early September '07. A few days later, though, while still on tour, Cade & Murdoch were able to regain the belts, making them three-time champions. They would face Kendrick & London again at Unforgiven '07, with Cade & Murdoch coming out on top after Cade landed his Redneck Bomb on Kendrick (with Murdoch getting the pin).

The feud between Cade & Murdoch and London & Kendrick would continue into the next month, with Ken Kennedy and Jeff Hardy also getting involved. This led to a signed six-man match at No Mercy '07. During the match, Murdoch nearly fell to the Swanton Bomb, but Cade was able to make a save, leading to a six-man brawl. With Cade & Murdoch keeping Hardy and Kendrick occupied, Kennedy got the Lambeau Leap on London and pinned him, getting the victory for the heels. Cade & Murdoch would then continue their reign, facing off against matched teams like "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan & Super Crazy and Batista & The Undertaker.

At Survivor Series '07, Cade & Murdoch faced another team of wrestlers better known as singles wrestlers, as they took on Hardcore Holly & his pupil, Cody Rhodes (who earned the title shot after winning a #1 Contenders match). While the newer team put up a good fight, Cade & Murdoch still were able to get out of it with the belts, with Murdoch getting the Code Red on the inexperienced Rhodes for the victory. The two teams would keep feuding for the next few weeks, though, with another title match taking place between them on a December '07 Raw. In a stunning moment, Cade & Murdoch lost the belts to Holly & Rhodes, ending their three-month run as champs. For the rest of the year, Cade & Murdoch went after the new champs, but were not able to get the gold back around their waists.


Things got even worse for Cade going into the new year, as he separated his shoulder during a house show event, putting him on the shelf for an entire month. This killed all of the momentum Cade & Murdoch had built up, leading them to losing efforts when they returned together in February '08. Cade and Murdoch both wrestled in a dark match battle royal at Wrestlemania 24, which was for an ECW World Heavyweight Title shot later in the show. Unfortunately, neither could hang in there, getting eliminated, and Kane earned the shot instead.

It was around this time that Murdoch began to display more of his country side, wanting to sing to the crowd after matches. Cade seemed to tolerate this at first, but suddenly turned on his former partner on a May '07 Raw, punching Murdoch repeatedly. The two former partners had it out for the next few weeks, with Cade winning out over Murdoch in their grudge match on a June '07 Raw. Cade then surprisingly began to ally with Chris Jericho, who had been feuding with Cade's trainer, Shawn Michaels. Cade said that he wasn't willing to wait for Michaels to betray him as a partner (as Michaels had done to so many during his career).

Cade was in Jericho's corner for many matches over the next months, including at Night of Champions '08 where Jericho faced Kingston for Jericho's Intercontinental Title. During the match, Michaels came to the ring and gave Cade (who had been interfering) a taste of Sweet Chin Music. Michaels then distracted Jericho, who fell to Kingston's Trouble In Paradise, losing his belt. Cade had a mini feud the next few weeks with another Michaels trainee, Paul London, with Cade winning a singles match over the man on Raw. Their feud proved to be dangerous for Cade, though, as London broke Cade's nose during a house show match, again putting Cade on the shelf for a time.

Cade returned in September '07, where he got the pinfall on Michaels in a 3-on-2 Handicap Match. On the next Raw (the first one of October), Jericho was placed into a position of authority and booked a match between Cade and Michaels, making it a No Disqualification Match. Cade managed to put Michaels through a table at one point, but that was almost his sole highlight, as Michaels suddenly went wild with a steel chair, knocking out Cade and getting the pin. Afterwards, Michaels decided he wasn't done, attacking Cade again and again with the chair, doing a lot of damage.

Shockingly, this turned out to be Cade's last match in WWE. The next week, completely coming out of nowhere, Cade was released from his WWE contract. It was also announced that Cade had a seizure while on an airplane flight and had to be rushed to a hospital. The rumor was that Cade had overdosed on painkillers, although this is unconfirmed.

Independents: 2008 - 2009

Cade would reunite with Trevor Murdoch on the independent circut, wrestling with his tag=team partner both in the US and overseas. He also appeared for Hustle, a Japanese wrestling company, in December '08, wrestling as Might Sharpe, a masked wrestler. He teamed with Dyna Sharpe (Rene Dupree) for a few shows, then eventually unmasked and wrestled as Cowboy Cade instead.

WWE Developmental: 2009 - 2010

After a year had passed, WWE was willing to give Cade one more chance, signing him to a developmental deal in September '09. He went to Florida Championship Wrestling to compete, but Cade was never able to make his way back to the big time, rarely wrestling in FCW. In April '10, Cade was released again by WWE, and he once again headed overseas, wrestling some in All Japan Pro Wrestling. He teamed up with his old partner Rene Dupree, and seemed to find a good rhythm in their team, heading towards an AJPW Unified World Tag-Team Titles shot against the Voodoo Murders squad.


Sadly, on August 13th, 2010, Lance McNaught passed away in San Antonio, Texas, with his wife, Tanya, at his side. The medical report later ruled that Cade's heart had given out, due in part to complications from his drug use. McNaught was only 29 years old.

Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (27 - 31)
- FMW Korakuen Hall (December 12, '99) = Lance Cade & American Dragon fell to Hisakatsu Oya & Yoshinori Sasaki.
- FMW Korakuen Hall (February 25, '00) = Cade lost a "Triangle Elimination" Match to Balls Mahoney. Crazy Boy was the other participant.
- MCW Newbern Show (June 22, '01) = Cade won over Spanky.
- MCW Paragould Show (June 23, '01) = Cade took down Christian York.
- MCW Newbern Show (July '01) = Cade & Seven fell to Christian York & Joey Matthews.
- MCW Manila Show (July 7, '01) = Cade was beaten by the American Dragon.
- HWA Batavia Show (August 4, '01) = Cade took down Bennie da Bookie.
- HWA 4th Annual Pillman Memorial Show (August 9, '01) = Cade & Cody Hawk defeated the Island Boys.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (August 14, '01) = Cade & Cody Hawk won over Dark Meat Gotti & Suicide Bo.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (August 21, '01) = Cade & Cody Hawk beat Steve Bradley & Race Steele.
- HWA Batavia Show (August 25, '01) = Cade, Cody Hawk & Tony B were taken down by Steve Bradley & the Island Boys.
- HWA Covington Show (August 30, '01) = Cade & Cody Hawk fell to the Jablonskis.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (September 4, '01) = Cade, Cody Hawk, Pepper Parks, Matt Stryker & the Jablonskis lost a "HWA vs. WCW" Match to Lash LeRoux, Jamie Knoble, Evan Karagias, Jason Jett, Shannon Moore & Kwee Wee.
- HWA Dayton Show (November 14, '01) = Cade & Mike Sanders were beaten by Cody Hawk & Charlie Haas.
- HWA Dayton Show (December 8, '01) = Cade & Mike Sanders won over Cody Hawk & Charlie Haas.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (December 11, '01) = Cade & Mike Sanders beat Maven & Shark Boy.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (January 8, '02) = Cade & Mike Sanders took down Cody Hawk & Maven.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (January 15, '02) = Cade & Mike Sanders won, via DQ, over the Island Boys.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (January 29, '02) = Cade fell to Jamie Knoble.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (February 5, '02) = Cade & Mike Sanders defeated Chad Collyer & Payne.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (February 12, '02) = Cade, Mike Sanders & Matt Stryker were beaten by Justin Credible, R.C. Haas & Raven.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (February 26, '02) = Cade lost to Kimo.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (March 5, '02) = Cade took down the Hussla.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (March 26, '02) = Cade & Steve Bradley lost a "Four Way Tag-Team" Match to the Island Boys. Chet Jablonski & Derrick Neikirk and Cody Hawk & the Ice Cream Man were the other two teams.
- HWA Batavia Show (April 11, '02) = Cade & Steve Bradley lost the HWA Tag-Team Titles to Cody Hawk & the Ice Cream Man.
- HWA Batavia Show (April 27, '02) = Cade & Steve Bradley won a "Four-Way Tag-Team Title Contendership" Match over Jamie Knoble & B.J. Whitmer, Chet Jablonski & Derrick Neikirk and Ron Waterman & Kimo.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (May 7, '02) = Cade pinned Spanky.
- HWA Batavia Show (May 18, '02) = Cade won over Cody Hawk.
- HWA Cincinnati Show (May 21, '02) = Cade retained the HWA Heavyweight Title, beating Brother Clay. Later in the night, Cade took down Matt Dillinger.
- HWA Dayton Show (July 10, '02) = Cade won over Johnny Stamboli.
- PCW (Phoenix) Russ Haas Memorial Tag-Team Tournament (August 31, '02) = Cade & Nick Dinsmore lost a "Three-Way" Match to Tiger Khan & the Prophet. Bo Dupp & Matt Vandal were the other participants.
- OVW Fall Brawl '02 (September 4, '02) = Cade defeated Rico Constantino.
- OVW Tag-Team Title Tournament (February/March '03) = Cade & Rene Dupree took down Matt Morgan & BJ Payne, then fell in the finals to the Disciples of Synn.
- HWA Batavia Show (April 5, '03) = Cade, Rene Dupree & Sly Grenier won over Matt Morgan, Nova & Hoss.
- OVW Spring Break-Out '03 (April 11) = Cade & Rene Dupree lost to the OVW Southern Tag Champs, the APA.
- OVW Super Summer Sizzler Series (June 27, '03) = Cade & Mark Jindrak lost to Adrenaline, who won the vacated Southern Tag-Team Titles.
- WWE Armageddon '03 = Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak competed in the "Tag-Team Turmoil" Match, which was won by Ric Flair & Batista, who won the Raw Tag-Team Titles.
- WWE Wrestlemania XX (March 14, '04) = Garrison Cade & Mark Jindrak lost a "Fatal Fourway" Match to the WWE Raw Tag Champs, Rob Van Dam & Booker T. La Resistance and the Dudley Boyz were the other participants.
- WWE Vengeance '04 (July 11) = Garrison Cade & Jonathan Coachman fell to Rhyno & Tajiri.
- Mid-South Throwback Night VI (April 16, '05) = Cade lost to the Memphis Southern Heavyweight Champion, Mordecai.
- OVW Six Flags Summer Sizzler Series '05 (June 3) = Lance Cade was beaten by Al Snow.
- OVW Six Flags Summer Sizzler Series '05 (June 17) = Lance Cade lost a "No Disqualification Loser Must Tap Out" Match to the OVW Heavyweight Champion, Brent Albright.
- WWE Unforgiven '05 (September 18) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch won the WWE Raw Tag-Team Titles, beating Rosey & the Hurricane.
- WWE Taboo Tuesday '05 (November 1) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch lost the Raw Tag Titles to Kane & the Big Show.
- WWE Wrestlemania 22 (April 2, '06) = In a dark match, Cade competed in a "Battle Royal", which was won by Viscera.
- WWE Raw Family Reunion (October 9, '06) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch lost a "Street Fight" Match to D-Generation X (Shawn Michaels & Triple H).
- WWE Cyber Sunday '06 (November 5) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch lost a "Texas Tornado" Match to Cryme Tyme. The Highlanders and Charlie Haas & Viscera were the other participants.
- WWE New Year's Revolution '07 (January 7) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch lost a "Tag-Team Turmoil" Match to Cryme Tyme. The other participants were the Highlanders, the World's Greatest Tag-Team, and Jim Duggan & Super Crazy.
- WWE Backlash '07 (April 29) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch lost to the WWE Raw World Tag-Team Champions, the Hardy Boyz.
- WWE Judgment Day '07 (May 20) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch again lost to the WWE Raw World Tag-Team Champs, the Hardy Boyz.
- WWE Vengeance '07 (June 24) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch retained the WWE Raw World Tag-Team Titles, beating the Hardy Boyz.
- WWE Summerslam '07 (August 26) = In a dark match, Cade & Trevor Murdoch stayed the WWE Raw World Tag-Team Champions, winning over Brian Kendrick & Paul London.
- WWE Unforgiven '07 (September 16) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch kept the WWE Raw World Tag-Team Titles, beating Brian Kendrick & Paul London.
- WWE No Mercy '07 (October 7) = Cade, Trevor Murdoch, & Ken Kennedy defeated Jeff Hardy, Brian Kendrick, & Paul London.
- WWE Survivor Series '07 (November 18) = Cade & Trevor Murdoch retained the Raw World Tag-Team Titles, taking down Hardcore Holly & Cody Rhodes.
- WWE Wrestlemania 24 (March 30, '08) = In a dark match, Cade competed in an "ECW World Title #1 Contenders Battle Royal" Match, which was won by Kane.
- OVW Summer Sizzler Series '08 (July 18) = Cade fell to John Cena.

Title Summary:
- TWA Television Champion (5/09/2000 - 5/26/2000)
- HWA Tag-Team Champion w/ Mike Sanders (2/13/2002)
- HWA Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Steve Bradley (2/20/2002 - 3/12/2002)
- HWA Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ Steve Bradley (3/15/2002 - 4/11/2002)
- HWA Heavyweight Champion (5/19/2002 - 7/20/2002)
- HWA Heavyweight Champion(2) (7/20/2002 - 7/21/2002)
- WWE Raw World Tag-Team Champion w/ Trevor Murdoch (9/18/2005 - 11/01/2005)
- WWE Raw World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Trevor Murdoch (6/04/2007 - 9/05/2007)
- WWE Raw World Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ Trevor Murdoch (9/09/2007 - 12/10/2007)

PWI Achievement Awards: (0 wins, 0 1st RUs, 0 2nd RUs, 0 3rd RUs)