Fidel Moreno MONSTRO MMA
I didn't know Brad Verret personally, but I am a fan of the KOTC. What he went through is something that I don't want to wish on another person. Brad had his whole life in front of him; it was cute short. My thoughts and sympathy go to him and his loved ones; my heart goes out to him too. Maybe he rest in peace.
I knew Brad when he was just starting to become a bodybuilder. I worked with is father Norris at General Dynamics in Rancho Cucamonga. Norris was so proud of his son he asked him to visit work so he could show him off. WOW, even as a young kid in in his early 20's he was impressive. I remember that he was dating a Raiderette at the time. He blew us all away. Both he and his dad were great guys. They may not have had the best business sense, but these guys were all heart. Both were phenomenal people. I just found out about Brads passing while looking up his father who I wanted to visit. So sad to see that they both passed and I missed the opportunity to visit and talk about old times. God Bless you both Brad and Norris. You will be sorely missed on this planet. See you in the next.
I worked with you at peppermint elephant. Nothn but love for ya. Use to do the airplane games at your house. Love ya man. Big Rob!
I just found out of my brother Brad's passing. I was Brad's training partner for 4 years, We started bodybuilding/powerlifting at the same time, at age 19. I was there at the beginning. Since my employment in Law Enforcement in 1986 we worked together on getting me ready for several power meets. I have not seen Brad for several years. Can someone, or family member contact me to discuss details and where he had been laid to rest. This will mean a lot to me.
my name is chuck hultberg if you knew brad you know me ,ive known brad from the 80 s to going out with my sister 90 s getting his son hunter on my tball team with cj and tanner we were crazy in 90 s then dec 27 1999 i was attacked gangbangers own ch painting graffiti removal wheni cam hone 6 weeks later brad was in my drive way forst one ther then by 2004 i became millionare due to my contract brad wanted me to invest king of cage went to shit load of fights then i got all caught up in money helped brad money wise he would dod anything for me and me for him i knew his parents at every baseball game brad would intiminate all the official had to calm him down if you know brad you know get himmad and it bad brad ,me and my daughter casie saw him target 2015 jan and he told me had to come down to his house really important i was never lie addicted to all kinds pain pills and will haunt me all my life he called for months i just bought million doller house he came offer asked him stay he said come down again to his house i saw him with an older lady to brad thatsuger moma we know brad he was skinny for brad looked 10 yr s older and i fucking didnt go down even after calls because addicted pain meds and this will hurt whole life i have 100 s of pictures me brad with sister at our christamas and thankgiveing could he eat my parents said what swrong that guy he to big i said thats big brad ,so anyone wants to see brad happychrismas woith hunter my 433 w aaster house and all my sistrs pictures we got 100 s love to set web page with out king gage brad was alot more then that all never forget all the news camares papers and brad beat them all to house caried me in from car have picturs all never forgive self for not returning calls to see whats wrong i knew he was sick when shook hands but iwas dying too,i got help .dont beleive brad died steroids like you all think .email@example.com you bro
RIP, Brad, I have always been a big fan of yours and I will always be, even if you're no longer with us. Although I did not know personally and never had a chance to meet you, I believe you were an amazing person and I wish you and your family love and peace. I send my energy to you and your loved ones. The King of the Cage is not the same without you.
RIP Brad, I meet you at the end of your life and had the honor of caring for you during your illness... You were an amazing kind hearted man...
Thank you, Shelley.
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