Baretta (born Greg Marasclulo) debuted as a pro wrestler in 2004 after training under Mikey Whipwreck in New York.
After working throughout the northeast independent scene he signed a WWE developmental deal in late 2007. He eventually took on the ring name Trent Baretta in Florida Championship Wrestling and formed The Dude Busters tag team with Caylen Croft and later fellow New Yorker Curt Hawkins.
Baretta and Croft debuted on the ECW brand in December 2009 as a low-level tag team. The duo moved to the SmackDown brand when ECW folded but did not find much success. The duo lost more than they won and feuded primarily with Hawkins and his partner Vance Archer.
Croft was released in November 2010 and Baretta went on as a singles wrestler. As a singles star he continued on the low end of the card but had a show-stealing undercard feud with Tyson Kidd throughout 2011 on low level programming like NXT and Superstars.
At the time of his release Baretta had not been on primetime television for well over a year. He had recovered from a bicep injury and was exclusively on the recently re-launched NXT.
Baretta confirmed his release on his personal Twitter account.
Sklyer Moon (born Natalie Osman) began wrestling in early 2009. Using the name Buggy Nova, she slowly a cult following on the independent circuit due to her punk rock look and promotion from 411mania.com. She also found some success in 2011 while competing for the National Wrestling Alliance.
She joined WWE in early 2012 after wrestling some tryout matches and appearing as part of a WWE/K-Mart commercial. She started competing on NXT shows in the summer of 2012 using the Skyler Moon moniker.
Later in the year she entered WWE-sponsored rehab for an eating disorder. She had not appeared on WWE programming since then.
Moon also confirmed her departure on Twitter in her own unique way.