Oney Lorcan Explains Why He Has A 90-Day WWE Non-Compete Clause
Lorcan was released by WWE last Thursday
The former Oney Lorcan has explained why he has a 90-day non-compete clause with WWE, despite being a member of the NXT roster.
Lorcan was one of 18 names released by WWE on Thursday 4 November in the latest round of reported 'budget-cuts' by the promotion. A host of main roster and NXT names were let go, including the likes of Keith Lee, Karrion Kross, Nia Jax and Ember Moon.
Lorcan has been on the NXT roster, which typically comes with a 30-day non-compete. But the man also known as Biff Busick has revealed that he signed a new contract during his days wrestling on 205 Live, which was a roster that travelled with SmackDown, meaning he had signed a main-roster deal.
Speaking in his latest vlog, Lorcan said: "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."