Social Roundup: Oney Lorcan Calls Out The Game, Cody Takes AEW’s First Loss On The Chin

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Oney Lorcan Calls Out The Game

WWE’s Oney Lorcan has returned to his roots, calling himself Biff Busick on social media after publically requesting a release from his WWE contract. His request, alongside others from Sin Cara, Mike Kanellis and more, spurred on a response from Triple H, implying that they were done “for clicks.” Now, Oney/Biff has responded back in the way only he can.

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

https://twitter.com/_StarDESTROYER/status/1197906261418921984

It’s also worth noting that the currently still WWE employed Superstar will be heading to Progress Wrestling this weekend. He posted a video promo about that event, ending it with a nice-sounding “Biff Rules.”

https://twitter.com/_StarDESTROYER/status/1196805043321597957

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AJ Styles Chows On Indian Cuisine

Now for something completely different. Current WWE United States Champion AJ Styles appeared on an Indian version of WWE Now to taste test foreign delicacies and give his impressions. Despite the target audience, the video is in English, so it’s perfectly watchable if you’re interested in seeing AJ consume one dish that he describes as tasting like sand.

Marko Stunt’s New Profile Picture

Just days after Marko Stunt had a brief run-in with Billy Gun in the Diamond Dozen Battle Royale, the Jurassic Express member was inspired. His current Twitter profile pic depicts Big Show in his “The Giant” WCW days, probably the wrestler on the opposite end of the spectrum in terms of height.

Cody Takes AEW’s First Loss On The Chin

While the numbers are still pretty nebulous when you take certain factors into account, this week marks the first time that NXT had more total viewers than AEW when they’ve gone head to head. Responding to a fan asking for content, Cody says that “excuses are for assholes” and that the team will learn from their loss and move forward.

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