In recent months, the SmackDown hacker has been infiltrating WWE and gathering key information on Superstars all so "The Truth Will Be Heard." Their most high profile leak to date was when they revealed the despicable Sonya Deville and the deplorable Dolph Ziggler had concocted a plan to keep Mandy Rose and Otis from falling in love with one another.
The hacker or hackers have stepped up their game in recent weeks as they commandeered the old @StandUpForWWE Twitter account, and they recently teased they would be involved at the Money In The Bank pay-per-view as they set their location to the WWE Performance Center.
While it has been teased that the hackers are Mustafa Ali and Shorty G, another name was thrown into the mix last night during last night's episode of WWE Backstage. While Booker T, Christian, Renee Young, and Paige chatted, the hacker hijacked the broadcast and aired a short video of him entering a command and saying "Let the games begin."
Shortly after, WWE On Fox tweeted the clip with the caption "do i have everybody's attention now?" written upside down.
The phrase was, of course, commonly used by CM Punk after he cut his pipebomb promo in 2011. While The Voice Of The Voiceless being revealed as the hacker may seem far fetched to many, WWE Hall Of Famer Mark Henry has previously said he would like Punk to be revealed as the anonymous figure.