|Birth name Christopher Girard|
Name Biff Busick
|Billed weight 215 lb (97.5 kg)|
Billed height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Billed from Boston
|Born December 21, 1985 (age 29)
Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1985-12-21) |
Ring name(s) Biff Busick Christopher Girard Girard St. Christopher Vortex Carolina Panther Frank O'Rourke
Trained by Mike Hollow Lance Storm Shoichi Funaki
Similar People Drew Gulak, Rich Swann, Johnny Gargano, AR Fox, Chris Hero
Best friends biff busick
Christopher "Chris" Girard (December 21, 1985) is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where he performs in its developmental territory NXT under the ring name Oney Lorcan. He has worked frequently for independent promotions including Combat Zone Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Top Rope Promotions and Chaotic Wrestling under the ring name Biff Busick. He is a former one-time CZW World Heavyweight Champion. In addition, he has appeared in notable independent promotions like Westside Xtreme Wrestling, EVOLVE and Dragon Gate USA.
- Best friends biff busick
- Biff Busick NXTs Christopher Girard Discusses His Time In PWG wwwyoutubecombeyondemand
- Early career 20082012
- Combat Zone Wrestling 20122015
- Evolve 20132015
- Pro Wrestling Guerrilla 20142015
- NXT 2015present
- In wrestling
- Championships and accomplishments
Biff Busick (NXT's Christopher Girard) Discusses His Time In PWG (www.youtube.com/beyondemand)
Early career (2008–2012)
Lorcan began training at the Killer Kowalski School of Pro Wrestling/Chaotic Training Center in August 2008. After 2 years of training and working for Chaotic Wrestling, Lorcan left Boston, MA and moved to Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In September 2010, Lorcan enrolled in the Storm Wrestling Academy and began Training with Lance Storm. After going through Storm's 3-month training camp, he moved to Dallas, TX and received additional training from Sho Funaki in San Antonio, Texas. After spending about a year in Texas, Lorcan moved back to the Boston area in 2012.
Combat Zone Wrestling (2012–2015)
Lorcan debuted in Combat Zone Wrestling at CZW Cerebral, on October 13, 2012 in a dark match and he joined The Front. Busick gained exposure in 2014 at the CZW Best of the Best XIII tournament, where Busick defeated Azrieal, Caleb Konley and Chuck Taylor to advance to the finals. However, Busick was defeated by Drake Younger. Next, Busick feuded with the CZW World Heavyweight Champion Drew Gulak. At CZW To Infinity, on April 27, 2014, Busick was defeated by Gulak in a title match. At CZW Proving Grounds, Busick defeated Gulak to win the CZW World Heavyweight Championship. Over 161 days, Busick defended the title against wrestlers like Danny Havoc, Mike Bailey, and Dave Crist. At CZW Tangled Web|CZW Tangled Web 7, Bussick defeated Chris Dickinson to retain the title. After the match, his stablemate Sozio turned on him and challenged him in to a match. Sozio defeated Busick to win the title. On November 11, 2014, at CZW Cerebral, Busick challenged Sozio for the title in a No Rope Barbed Wire match, but he was defeated. At CZW Cage of Death XVI, Busick participated in a Four Way Cage Of Death Match for the title against Sozio, BLK Jeez and Drew Gulak, but the match was won by Jeez.
Busick made his debut in Evolve at "Evolve 23" winning a four way elimination match against Green Ant, Josh Alexander, and Maxwell Chicago advancing in the "Style Battle 2013 Tournament". At "Evolve 24" Busick was defeated by Drew Gulak in the finals of the "Style Battle 2013 Tournament". At "Evolve 28", Busick defeated Drew Gulak. From November 10 to November 16, 2014, Evolve's parent company, WWNLive, held four events in a ten-day tour of China. Busick would end the tour with a record of 2 wins (vs. Timothy Thatcher and vs. Jody Kristofferson) and 2 losses (vs. Johnny Gargano and vs. Tim Thatcher).
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (2014–2015)
On August 29, 2014, Busick made his debut for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, participating in their annual Battle of Los Angeles tournament losing to Roderick Strong in the first round. He also wrestled the following night teaming with Drew Gulak coming up short against ReDRagon. He returned the following show at "Untitled II" losing to Tommaso Ciampa and "Black Cole Sun" losing a 4-way to Brian Cage which also involved Uhaa Nation, and Ciampa. On February 27, 2015, at From Out of Nowhere, Busick picked up his first win in PWG by defeating old rival "Speedball" Mike Bailey, before losing to Brian Cage at "Don't Sweat the Technique". He also reunited with Gulak to compete in DDT4 losing in the first round to Ricochet and Rich Swann. He appeared at Mystery Vortex III defeating Timothy Thatcher before getting into a confrontation with the newly formed Mount Rushmore 2.0 and specifically Super Dragon before getting superkicked by The Young Bucks. He would then go on and participate in the 2015 Battle of Los Angeles defeating Andrew Everett in the first round. The following night, he would team with Everett and Trevor Lee in a losing effort against Super Dragon and The Young Bucks in the very first 6-man tag team Guerilla Warfare match. He would then wrestle his final PWG match losing to Chris Hero the next night in the second round.
On September 1, 2015, it was reported that Girard had signed a developmental contract with WWE and would be reporting to WWE NXT the following month. He made his debut at an NXT house show on October 30, wrestling under the Biff Busick name in a Halloween battle royal, which was won by Bayley. On January 9, 2016, he made his singles match debut under his real name, losing to Rich Swann. On a set of TV tapings held on January 22, he made his televised debut (which aired on February 24), in a losing effort against Apollo Crews. He then wrestled in a dark match before NXT TakeOver: Dallas, where he lost to Manny Andrade. In June, Girard debuted the new ring name Oney Lorcan. On the June 22 episode of NXT, Lorcan defeated Tye Dillinger. On the November 15 episode of SmackDown, he made his main roster debut, losing to Kalisto. On the December 14 episode of NXT, he lost in a match to Bobby Roode, losing the opportunity to be in a future fatal 4-way match to decide a new number one contender to the NXT Championship. On April 4, he appeared on 205 Live, losing to Rich Swann.