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While most people are still riled up about the fight this weekend, there are a bunch of new battles taking place tonight on television.

With new shows from Amber Heard and Draya hitting the airways tonight, we thought about how the tale of the tape would love. 

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Monday nights are heating up now, as hit TV shows compete against one another all in the comfort of our homes. The line-up for tonight is looking fierce, as returning shows like Dancing with the Stars and Two and a Half Men and newcomers like The Playboy Club and Basketball Wives LA begin flexing their muscles and battle for Monday night domination!

Now the question is … who will be victorious in grabbing our attention and who will suffer the fate of getting the DVR treatment?

Not that getting recorded on DVR is a bad thing, we just know what we will be watching tonight!

We got our predictions locked in, so let’s take a look at tonight’s match up and see who takes home the belt!


The Sing Off hosted by Nick Lachey on NBC brings together 16 of the country’s best a cappella groups performing popular songs right in our homes.

With celebrity judges Ben Folds (Ben Folds Five), Shawn Stockman (Boyz II Men) and Sara Bareilles, the shows packs a mean punch against its opponent ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. 12 new celebrity contestants will arrive this season on Dancing with the Stars hosted by Tom Bergeron, bringing the likes of David Arquette, Ricki Lake, and Rob Kardashian to the stage. Both shows air tonight from 8:00-10:00 pm.

Winner: Still going strong on their 13th season, we believe the veteran Dancing with the Stars is the sure pick to watch tonight.


How I Met Your Mother won’t be pulling any punches tonight as it airs back to back from 8-9pm on CBS. A comedy about Ted (Josh Radnor) and the story he tells of how he fell in love, the New York setting show will get into the ring with this season’s Basketball Wives: LA (VH1), the reality series that follows the lives of a group of women who had been romantically linked to professional basketball players, also starting at 8pm. It’s a classic east meets west in this exciting match up.

Winner: How I Met Your Mother is an hilarious sitcom comedy, but it has nothing on the lovely L.A. wives. Don’t be fooled by their looks and charm, these classy babes mean business! A show with plenty of drama and laughs, Basketball Wives: LA wins by knockout!  


Here is a match worth buying front row seats for: CBS’s Two and a Half Men, starring the new lead actor Ashton Kutcher will slug it out with The Roast of Charlie Sheen on comedy central.

Two and a Half Men will begin their ninth season tonight 9pm in the aftermath of the death of Charlie Sheen’s character with Kutcher taking his place. The Roast of Charlie Sheen starting at 10pm is bringing out their big guns with celebrities like William Shatner, Slash, Steve-O, and Jon Lovitz to dish out their best jokes at Charlie Sheen.

Winner: Plenty of tension and hard feelings behind this match, making it a tough call. But The Roast of Charlie Sheen takes the win in the 12th round, bringing in the large cast of celebrities all in one night.


Set in 1963, The Playboy Club is a NBC series that centers around the employees (aka Bunnies) of the first Playboy club in Chicago created by academy award-winning Executive producer Brian Grazer. The new show will go up against CBS’s Hawaii Five-O, starring Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan, a show that follows an elite police task force set up to fight crime in Hawaii.

Two great shows like this is almost guaranteed to put on a great show as they both compete for the 10pm slot.

Winner: The Playboy Club may be the newcomer, but it comes in very strong, bringing in plenty of anticipation and… bunnies too.


Created by Michael Patrick King and Whitney Cummings, Two Broke Girls starring Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, chronicles the life of two waitresses, one from a poor working class family, and the other born rich but now out of luck.

This new CBS show will put its dukes up against The T.O. Show on VH1, both starting at 9:30. The T.O. Show, now on its third season, is a reality television show following the life football player Terrell Owens and his close friends Monique Jackson and Kita Williams.

Winner: This is a close one, but we are going to give it to Two Broke Girls, hoping to see what Kat Dennings will bring to the table. The T.O. Show, we will leave it for TiVo.