It’s been more than seven years since the WWE Universe heard about the release of Brad Maddox. The former general manager of RAW was largely hated during his time in WWE. Now it seems he has opened up about his adult film as well as promiscuous activity addiction, which made him lose focus on his WWE career.
Brad Maddox was a fixture in WWE from 2008 to 2015, gaining recognition for his time as a WWE official and as the RAW General Manager. Throughout his tenure, he found himself in confrontations with The Authority and Kane.
He is also infamous for being part of Saraya’s sex tape along with Xavier Woods. He was eventually fired by WWE for insulting the crowd during a dark match in Indianapolis back in 2015.
While speaking on Wrestling With Rip Rogers, the former WWE Superstar opened up about his addiction to adult films as well as sex addiction, which ended up hindering his WWE career.
Brad Maddox admitted that he was a victim of losing his path, and getting involved in certain things that were detrimental to him. He acknowledged that his struggles with pornography addiction and the subsequent development of a sex addiction were not new news and had been leaked some time ago. However, these issues consumed his thoughts and greatly affected him.
“I was one of those stories where they just kind of lost their way. I got caught up in some things. Now, I’m sure you know the news. It’s fairly old at this point, right? Yeah, some stuff leaks, but it was kind of that time period. So, I had a porn addiction. Then that cascaded into a sex addiction, and that was a whole thing for me. That was just very mind-consuming.
So I wasn’t very focused, right at the time when I should have been. And then I’m going up there as a referee, and I’m having to carry a walkie-talkie around, and my ego was just too big. I didn’t fully take advantage of the opportunities.”
Brad Maddox was also featured on a marriage coaching website last year. It is unlikely Maddox will be returning to WWE anytime soon and many fans believe that might be the best thing for everyone.
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