Wade turned professional in 1998, signing a professional deal with Nike. In 1999 Wade was ranked number 3 in the world by track and field news in 110 hurdles. As a 2000 Olympic Hopeful, Wade had heart surgery. In 2001 Wade receives the Bronze Medal at the Goodwill Games in the 110 hurdles. In 2001 Wade was ranked number 3 in the world in the 110 hurdles by Track and Field News. In 2002 Wade was ranked number 3 in the world in the 110 hurdles by Track and Field News.
In 2003 Wade won a silver medal at the 2003 Pan American Games in 110 hurdles. In 2003 Wade was third nationally and placed fourth at the 2003 World Championships in Athletics in the 110 hurdles. He ranked number 6 in the world by Track and Field News for the season. In 2007 Wade returned to the track and ran a time of 13.37 that placed him in the top 10 in the United States. In 2007 Wade officially retired from Track and Field.
In 2006 Wade was selected to be the Head Track and Field Coach for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the 2006 Asian Games. The team won eight gold medals and 2 bronze medals in athletics at the competition.
In 2007, Wade was inducted into the Texas A&M University Hall of Fame. He was the 2007 Head Coach for Track and Field Club Double Pillar LLC.
In 2008, Wade was selected as the Co-Head Coach for Pasadena City College.
In 2009, Wade became the 2009 Assistant Coach for San Diego State University which place in the top 25 at the 2009 NCAA Track and Field Outdoor Championship. This was the first time the feat had been accomplished in 25 years.
In 2010, Wade became the Head Track and Field Coach For Pasadena City College. In 2012, Wade became the new meet director for historical track and field meet, Pasadena Games.
Wade was honored as State Women’s Track and Field Coach of the Year in 2013. Wade was hired as Sprints Coach at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).
In 2013, Shawn Porter hired Wade as speed and conditioning coach and he won the 2013 IBF Welterweight Championship.
In 2016, Coach Wade was recognized as one of the elite strength and conditioning coaches in the nation and his client Shawn Porter was in the fight of the year against WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman. WBC super middleweight Champion Badou Jack hired Wade to be the strength and conditioning coach against IBF super middleweight champion James Degale. Wade helps to train Welter Weight boxer Shawn Porter to win Boxer of the year and he also become the Number 1 WBC contender. The fight ended in a draw.
In 2017 Wade Trained WBC Super Middle Weight Champion Badou Jack to win the WBA Light Heavy Weight World Championship against Nathan Cleaverly. On November 4 of 2017 Wade wins his 4th World Championship as a strength and condition coach with Shawn Porter who wins the WBC welterweight Silver Belt.
In 2018 Wade assisted in win UNLV Track and Fields program with their first Mountain West Conference Championship in Track and Field every.
Athletes he has trained include: