Oney Lorcan (Biff Busick) Explains Why He Has A 90-Day No-Compete Clause Despite Being A NXT Talent

Oney Lorcan explains why his no-compete is longer than your typical NXT contract.

Orcan was released by WWE on November 4 and though he was part of the NXT roster, his contract came with a 90-day no-compete clause as opposed to the typical 30-day no-compete clauses with NXT contracts.

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On his latest vlog, Oney explained why his no-compete is 60 days longer.

"I've been getting a lot of questions about why I have a 90-day no-compete rather than a 30-day no-compete. When I wrestled for 205 Live, the show used to travel around SmackDown so when I got called to 205 Live, I re-signed a contract to a main roster contract. Rather than have a 30-day no-compete that's in the NXT contract, my contract became a 90-day no-compete clause. I just wanted to clear that up," he said.

Oney was part of the 205 Live crew that traveled with SmackDown in 2019 and continued to make appearances on 205 Live until his release.

Oney will be donning the Biff Busick name once again and has already booked a post-WWE date. He will be appearing in wXw's 16 Carat Gold tournament in March 2022.

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