Okay fight fans! Tonight’s recommended viewings all linger around the theme on fighting for survival in one way or another. So why not watch with a friend? And then why not punch them upside when they’re not looking. I think you’ll both get a pretty good laugh out of it.
FIND OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP…
ALL TIMES EASTERN & PACIFIC!!!
MLB ALL-STAR HOME RUN DERBY
Why to Watch: Because now that no one is using steroids and the game is pure again, people can go back to marveling at well placed doubles and the occasional bunt. If I put my money on any of the bats pictured above, I’m taking Old Hickory, unless "Corky" shows up.
Network: National Geographic Channel
Time: 8 – 9PM
Why to Watch It: Crack open a bag of your favorite toilet wine and chillax with the all-new series Hard Time. In the opener, we are introduced to prisoners and officers in the Georgia prison system. Finally, an up close and personal look at prison life without all the rudeness of stabbings and shower room beatdowns.
Time: 8 – 10:30PM
Why to Watch It: Tonight! Check out the first film in Sylvester Stallone’s unnecessary sequel train. Rocky Balboa tells the tale of the iconic boxer’s return from retirement for one last bout. Not sure if Stallone intends to dust off the gloves again for another chapter but by the time he gets to it, he’ll totally be fighting a robot.
MONDAY NIGHT RAW
Time: 9 – 11:05PM
Why to Watch It: A surprise guest host is selected by Mr. McMahon. Please let it be Mark Summers. I really hope it’s Mark Summers.
ALIEN VS PREDATOR: REQUIEM
Time: 10:30PM – Midnight
Why to Watch It: For all those who called bullsh*t at or lost money on the outcome of the original Aliens vs. Predator, this film is for you.
WHO’S ON LATE NIGHT?
DAILY SHOW W/ JON STEWART
Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank
New York Times columnis Paul Krugman; veteran’s activist Paul Rieckhoff
Jonah Hill and Kelly Clarkson
Selma Blair, Connie Schultz
Dylan McDermott and Wendy Williams
Kobe Bryant and Derek Fisher