WWF Junior Heavyweight Title – “Dynamite Kid” Tom Billington is stated as being one of Brad’s favorite wrestlers from the Golden Era in the Multi-TRIILLION dollar DVD release of Brad Maddox: Greatness (the story of Brad Maddox; but you knew that from the word “greatness”). Billington is requested by Maddox and makes it to a live episode of RAW in which he has, in the words of Dynamite Kid himself, “the honor and privilege to give this belt to the man who inspired me to go to every length possible to become a wrestler, even if he wasn’t born when I started. Had Maddox been born, he would have been first choice for my tag partner in the British Bulldogs.” Maddox is touched; tear in eye, when he slaps Billington for disrespecting such a great athlete in Davey Boy and assuming Maddox would have chose Dynamite as his partner. Maddox plays the perfect tweener.
WWF World Light Heavyweight Title – Dean Malenko was called out by Maddox for not truly having “1000 holds” in his arsenal. Maddox takes Dean to school and teaches him all variations over each and every move that has ever been used or even thought of in the professional wrestling world. Michael Cole coined the term “he gave him the Maddox” implying that Brad’s opponent received ever possible result of every possible equation, situation, or predicament that could be calculated; the term resulted in Michael Cole receiving a Pulitzer Prize in Literature.
WWF World Martial Arts Heavyweight Title – Maddox defeats Ernest “The Cat” Miller and Steve Blackman in a 3way Dance that was not only referred by Chuck Norris himself, it was also called by Steven Segal, Jet Li, and JCVD with Jackie Chan being the ring announcer. After the match, the spirit of Bruce Lee returned and gave Maddox the nickname “The Dragon”; Ricky Steamboat was quickly forgotten in the world of wrestling for being such an copy cat as to use Brad’s nickname to give himself a bit of notoriety.