Lance McNaught

Biography: Lance McNaught has been a WWE fan for fifteen years prior before his pro wrestling career and the idea of being a pro wrestler came at mind when he saw Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair in action. In High School, McNaught was on the basketball team, The Millard North High School Mustangs. There he was their best player and help his team win games. McNaught had a choice of what he wanted to do, either play basketball in college or become a pro wrestler. McNaught chose to become a pro wrestler. During his time at Millard North, he ended up training in the weightroom with the football team. McNaught ended up looking strong as he could. By the time he graduated from Millard North, he found out that his favorite wrestler, Shawn Michaels, opening a wrestling school in San Antonio, Texas. Their McNaught went down there and was trained by Michaels and two others, Jose Lothario, who was on the sidelines with Michaels, and Rudy Gonzalis, who worked with the students inside the ring. McNaughtLance McNaught has been a WWE fan for fifteen years prior before his pro wrestling career and the idea of being a pro wrestler came at mind when he saw Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair in action. In High School, McNaught was on the basketball team, The Millard North High School Mustangs. There he was their best player and help his team win games. McNaught had a choice of what he wanted to do, either play basketball in college or become a pro wrestler. McNaught chose to become a pro wrestler. During his time at Millard North, he ended up training in the weightroom with the football team. McNaught ended up looking strong as he could. By the time he graduated from Millard North, he found out that his favorite wrestler, Shawn Michaels, opening a wrestling school in San Antonio, Texas. Their McNaught went down there and was trained by Michaels and two others, Jose Lothario, who was on the sidelines with Michaels, and Rudy Gonzalis, who worked with the students inside the ring. McNaught became the top of his class with two other students, Bryan Danielson, who now is in Ring of Honer, and Brian Kendrick, who is with McNaught in the WWE. After finishing his training at Shawn Michaels Wrestling Academy, McNaught got his first chance at wrestling in Shawn's wrestling promotional, Texas Wrestling Alliance. Their he did matches. Upon that McNaught ended up going to Japan with Bryan Danielson in November of 1999. They work together as a tag team. They were like to be called, The American Dragon, Bryan Danielson and Lance Cade. They had a rough time with tag team matches. Then on December of 1999, Bryan Danielson left Japan and headed back into the United States. McNaught stayed in Japan and feuded off against another United States pro wrestler, Jonathan Rechner, aka, Balls Mahoeny, an Extream Championship Wresting wrestler (known today as an ECW Original), who also was in Japan in the same promotional as McNaught. Both McNaught and Rechner feuded off until McNaught's last match in Japan was on February 20th, 2000. McNaught took on against Rechner and another wrestler in a three way dance. McNaught eliminated the other wrestler and Rechner eliminated McNaught. After that, McNaught return to United States and went back to Texas Wrestling Academy. Their he won the TV Championship title. He kept it for a while until he lost it. Afterwords, McNaught left Texas Wrestling Academy and went to another wrestling promotional. There he wrestled a few matches, until he was sent to another wrestling promotional, called Heartland Wrestling Alliance. It was run by Les Thatcher. Lance McNaught ended up by using his wrestling name that he used when he was in Japan and in the Texas Wrestling Alliance. McNaught wrestle as Lance Cade in Heartland. Their he became a three time Heartland Wrestling Tag Team Champion and a two time Heartland Wrestling Heavyweight Champion. While in Heartland, Lance Cade had some problem as he was. He became an arrogant heavyweight champion as he was. Trying to be bad as he was. He then losing the title. Upon that Heartland was ending their agreement with World Wrestling Entertainment and WWE withdrew all of their sign development wrestlers. McNaught was one of the WWE talent. McNaught then went to Ohio Valley Wrestling and continue to wrestle as Lance Cade. He team up with Rene Dupree and they became of a tag team stable, known as Bolin Services. Bolin Services is made of a team of Kenny Bolin, who is the one to start it after he got kick off from the OVW Annouce Team, The Prototype, a bad a$$ player who wants everyone knows who is in charge (Prototype is now known as John Cena), Rene Dupree, Shawn O'Haira, and Lance Cade. Cade and Dupree fought for an opportunity for the OVW tag team titles, but came up short. They continue until Rene was called in to be part of the WWE Roster. After that Lance had to find a new tag team partner. So he found that in Mark Jindrak. The two try their run for the OVW Tag Team titles before Lance was called in to be part of the WWE roster. Lance McNaught was heading to be part of the most coolest, on show for a long time, WWE RAW. Before he had a chance to be on the show, McNaught was told that he had to have his first named change. So Lance McNaught wrestled on his first RAW show, against another Lance, Lance Evers aka Lance Storm, by wrestling as Garrison Cade. Cade fought against Storm on June 16th, 2003 and as Storm got the upper hand on Cade, he got interupted by Stone Cold Steve Austin. Stone Cold came to bother Storm. Expand

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tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 24 Jan 27, 2008 Lance Cade 7.0
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 16 Jan 7, 2008 Lance Cade 8.5
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 23 Jan 7, 2007 Lance Cade tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 15 Jan 1, 2007 Lance Cade 7.0
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 22 Jan 8, 2006 Lance Cade tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 14 Jan 2, 2006 Lance Cade 7.0
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 21 Jan 9, 2005 Lance Cade tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 13 Jan 3, 2005 Lance Cade 7.5
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 20 Jan 25, 2004 Garrison Cade tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 12 Jan 5, 2004 Garrison Cade 7.0
tbd WWE Pay-Per-View: Season 19 Jan 19, 2003 Garrison Cade tbd
tbd WWE Monday Night RAW: Season 11 Jan 6, 2003 Garrison Cade 7.0