It's all about the game.
On Wednesday's NXT TakeOver: WarGames III media call, WWE executive and NXT founder Triple H was asked about talent going public with release requests. Triple H replied, "Anybody who's out there, that is serious about it, that's talking about it on the Internet, that ain't the place to do it. We all have cellphones. You meet, you handle your business like a professional. Everybody wants to say 'professional wrestler,' the keyword in front of that is 'professional.' That's what we're trying to change about the business is to make people more professional."
Oney Lorcan reportedly asked for his release at the end of October, but never mentioned his request on social media. However, Lorcan did take to social media on Friday to seemingly offer a response to Triple H's comments.
THE MATURE PROFESSIONAL THING TO SAY WOULD BE NO COMMENT AND HAVE A PRIVATE CONVERSATION PROMOTER TO INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR INSTEAD OF BURYING TALENT PUBLICLY TO THE MEDIA THATS HOW I DO BUSINESS ITS ALL ABOUT THE GAME AND HOW YOU PLAY IT— BIFF BUSICK (@_StarDESTROYER) November 22, 2019
As of now, Lorcan is still under contract to WWE. He has changed his Twitter username to Biff Busick, the name he used while on the Independent scene.