Lil Wayne's 'No Mercy' Used As Theme Song for New Sports TV Show

09/11/2016
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(Radio.com) Lil Wayne's "No Mercy" has been announced as the opening theme song for the new TV sports talk show Skip and Shannon: Undisputed, reports Billboard

The sports-debate series airs live on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. ET on FOX Sports and on the program, moderator Joy Taylor will discuss the latest in sports with former ESPN pundit Skip Bayless and NFL Hall-of-Famer Shannon Sharpe.

A 40-second clip includes shots of the contestants in the middle of a heated debate as well as Lil Wayne shirtless and rapping: "Let's go face to face/ I embrace debate/ I don't make mistakes/ I just make my case."

In addition to providing the show's theme song, Weezy is scheduled to appear on the debut episode. Read more here.

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