Brad is the loveable meathead of the San Diego season. Along with bragging about his "size," his exploits include and getting into a fistfight while wearing a Super Mario costume. He had a lot of great one-liners (arrested for the first time, he proclaimed, "I'm in jail, bitch!"). This goofy, athletic daredevil made it really far in Battle of the Sexes 2 even though he was a newbie, but was ousted by his "teammates" for being a naive nice guy. He returned on The Inferno II and vowed never to be taken advantage of again. Why do you think he got so enraged after receiving an "atomic wedgie" from The Miz? He attempted an alliance with a couple Rookiegirls on The Gauntlet 2 but was found out. Doesn't he know girls like to talk? He was sent home again after Derrick beat him at Real World/Road Rules trivia. That's what he gets for not watching the show! Will Brad be able to make it to the end on his fourth Challenge? Or will he again be sent home just shy of the finish line?
The Gauntlet III
With Derrick's win at The Inferno 3, Brad becomes the perennial Challenge bridesmaid. After losing by just mere seconds to Wes at The Duel, Brad is back again to seek out that elusive first Challenge victory. He's also single this time around, so perhaps Brad will mix some pleasure with business.
The Duel II
Definitely no stranger to The Challenge, Brad says The Duel II is "the final showdown" for him. Newly engaged (to fellow competitor Tori Hall), Brad has been working on his future, finishing up a masters degree and studying for the LSAT law school entrance exams, with plans to provide for his family. Brad has been close to winning several times, but the prize has ultimately eluded him. This time around, Brad intends to stay cool, "playing the game based on good competition, politics and morals." But this veteran challenger knows that deceit is as much part of the game as brute force can be. Will taking the high road lead Brad to the winner's circle? Or will he have to compromise his values to finally walk away with a win?
Since we last saw him on The Duel II, where he earned a second place finish, Brad has been enjoying his life at home with fellow Challenge alum and fiancé, Tori. Handsome, goofy, and lovable, Real World: San Diego standout Brad is one of the nicest guys to ever play the game. However, nice guys don't always finish first and Brad knows that all too well. While perennial runner-up Brad has competed in six Challenge competitions, he has never won the grand prize and hopes that The Ruins will end his ultimate losing streak. Will Thailand prove to be lucky Challenge number seven for Brad? Or will history repeat itself?
Brad returns to the game as a happily married man, alongside his wife and fellow competitor, Tori. This time around, Brad has a clear goal in mind, explaining, "I feel more grounded than I've ever felt on a Challenge. I'm just looking forward to giving it everything I have and seeing if I can go home with a big check." Despite his love for the game, this fan favorite fron Real World: San Diego has actually never won a Challenge. Will Cutthroat finally be Brad's first victory?
Brad has his eyes set on another Challenge title after winning Cutthroat 11(!) seasons ago. Target #1: Tony, who he promised on Twitter to send home. But will Brad's inability to bite his tongue cost him his shot at half a million dollars? Or will his physical stature and experience instill fear in the eyes of his competitors?
Kyle and Brad met for the first time on The Challenge: Vendettas. The Wild Brit and Challenge Papa were never aligned together, and when Brad utilized his grenade against Kyle, forcing him to sit out of a challenge, Kyle declared that Brad would always be his biggest vendetta. Will these hotheads be able to put their past behind them and work harmoniously together?