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Hard-hitting rockers Disciple will provide the opening music for Cyber Sunday with their explosive track "Game On" off their new album "Scars Remain". Disciple joins the prestigious ranks of WWE musicians including Three 6 Mafia, Motorhead, and Papa Roach. WWE fans got a brief taste of the song on Friday night's SmackDown from Milwaukee, Wis., and WWE.com scored an exclusive interview with Disciple front man Kevin Young.
"We were just a bunch of teenagers wanting to be in a band and wanting to change the world," says the charismatic singer. Disciple is well on their way to that goal, having already released six independent albums, with their last selling 35,000 copies. The band is currently on a nation-wide tour. All four band members were WWE fans growing up, and they plan on being ringside for all the action at Cyber Sunday in Cincinnati.
"I think we have a great song that goes along with what the WWE is all about. If you're ready for me, I'm ready for you." WWE fans better be ready for some intense competition when Cyber Sunday airs live on pay-per-view this Sunday. For the first time ever, King Booker, Big Show, and John Cena will face-off in a Champion of Champions match. When it comes to Cyber Sunday, anything can happen. Only one thing is for sure, it's going to rock!
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