Ring of Honor (2008–2012)
- The Bravado Brothers began training at the ROH Wrestling Academy with Delirious in 2008. They were two of eight students in their class and the only ones to make their wrestling debut for Ring of Honor (ROH).
- The Bravado Brothers debuted for Ring of Honor (ROH) on September 11, 2009 and competed in dark matches for the company for several months, taking on wrestlers such as Tony Kozina, Anthony Nese and Gino Giovanni.
- January 8, 2010 – Dark City Fight Club (DCFC) of Jon Davis and Kory Chavis defeated The Bravado Brothers (first match on the main card for ROH).
- The Bravado Brothers took on the Kings of Wrestling in early 2010 on their second main card match and would once again lose.
- The Bravado Brothers entered Tag Wars 2010 and got to the semifinal where they lost to Dark City Fight Club (Kory Chavis and Jon Davis).
- In late 2010 and early 2011, The Bravado Brothers appeared on HDNet’s ROH show, winning all their matches which would never lead to a shot at the ROH World Tag Team Championship.
- March 13, 2011 – ROH TV: The Bravado Brothers defeated Bobby Dempsey & Grizzly Redwood.
- May 20, 2011 – Super Card of Honor: Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly defeated The Bravado Brothers.
- July 2011 – The Bravado Brothers would take part in the ROH World Tag Team Championship number one contendership tournament and got to the semifinals before being knocked out by Future Shock (Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly).
- September 17, 2011 – The Bravado Brothers would be part of their first pay-per-view, Death Before Dishonor IX and lost to The Young Bucks in a triple threat match which included Future Shock.
- September 24, 2011 – ROH TV: Future Shock (Adam Cole & Kyle O’Reilly) defeated Lancelot & Harlem Bravado.
- November 12, 2011 – ROH TV: The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) defeated Lancelot & Harlem Bravado.
- November 17, 2011 – Survival of the Fittest: The Briscoes defeated The Bravado Brothers.
- November 18, 2011 – Glory by Honor: Tommaso Ciampa defeated Harlem Bravado.
- December 3, 2011 – Southern Defiance: The Bravados defeated Los Ben Dejos.
- December 4, 2011 – Northern Aggression: The All Night Express defeated The Bravados.
- December 10, 2011 – ROH TV: Caprice Coleman & Cedric Alexander defeated Lancelot & Harlem Bravado.
- December 23, 2011 – Final Battle 2011: The Bravado Brothers took part in a ROH World Tag Team Championship number one contendership gauntlet match and lost. This would also be the Bravado Brother’s last match in ROH for several months while they toured Japan.
- The Bravado Brothers returned to Ring of Honor on April 27, 2012 defeating The Young Bucks. The Bravado Brothers appearances in ROH would be much more sporadic only appearing on a few cards throughout 2012.
- August 11, 2012 – ROH TV: Lancelot & Harlem Bravado defeated Roderick Strong & Michael Elgin.
- September 1, 2012 – ROH TV: In the first round of the ROH World Tag Team Championship tournament, the Bravado Brothers lost to Jimmy Jacobs and Steve Corino.
- September 8, 2012 – ROH TV: Caprice Coleman & Cedric Alexander defeated The Bravados.
- October 6, 2012 – ROH Live Event: The Bravados defeated 3.0.
- October 27, 2012 – ROH TV: Jay & Mark Briscoe defeated Lancelot & Harlem Bravado.
- December 8, 2012 – ROH TV: Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly defeated Lancelot & Harlem Bravado.
- Later in 2012, Lance and his brother Harlem Bravado were released by Ring of Honor of there contracts.
- February 19, 2013 – ROH TV: Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish defeated Lancelot & Harlem Bravado, S.C.U.M (Steve Corino & Jimmy Jacobs), & The American Wolves (Davey Richards & Eddie Edwards) to earn a future Tag Title Match.
- April 26, 2013 – FIP Ascension: The Bravado Brothers (Harlem Bravado & Lance Bravado) defeated Kenneth Cameron & Tommy Taylor.
Pro Wrestling NOAH (2012)
- In January 2012 the Bravado Brothers moved to Japan for three months to train with and compete for Pro Wrestling Noah. While at Noah, the pair would mostly compete in singles matches but would team up sporadically. They would also lose most of their matches which is customary when training and touring Japan.