In this corner we have David "the brain" Faber and in this corner we have Gary "the killer" Kaminsky.
Two of the toughest, best in shape, 40-somethings on the street. But between them, which one is the toughest?
Here's some food for thought.
When Fast Money Halftime Report's Scott Wapner isn't busy grilling the likes of Wall Street titans like Carl Icahn, he's busy firing up kitchen at home. In the latest episode of CNBC Unscripted, he dishes to CNBC's Brian Steel about his passion for cooking and what's on his summer BBQ list.
And as an Australian native, she knows a thing or two about sharks – the ones that swim off the shores of Sydney. Recently hundreds of shark nets were put up around more than 50 beaches in hope (and we do mean in hope) of offering 'some' protection for swimmers.
Growing up down under, Mandy says she and her fellow Aussies really don't think twice about what lurks off the shores, but they're not totally "mad as a snake" they do look take care and watch their "ankle biters"whenever they join the "grommets" and "wax heads" on the beaches.
One tip she does share with CNBC's Brian Steel for those foreign swimmers – or those coming in from the "bush" - make sure your wardrobe is Sydney-style, you don't want to wear "yummy yellow" because well, you could end up being shark bait.
(What you don't speak Aussie – you can get all your Oz slang here)
Forget about what's happening in the markets – the biggest question being asked this time of year is, "Do you know of any good books I can read on my vacation?"
C'mon, you know it's true.
We all have our favorite memories. CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin waxes nostalgic about his childhood, cool limos and a long-lost character in New York's Central Park.
He's been called The Hair, The Kahuna and now – perhaps he'll be called The Buff one?
Some might call Steve Liesman the wonkiest of wonks at CNBC and that may be partly true - partly. As the network's senior economics reporter he spends his days making complex economic data more understandable to the audience, something he calls an incredibly creative process and that he loves, but after work, when the sun goes down and the lights come up it's all about music.