CNBC smackdown: 'Dynamite Chu' vs. 'Marvelous Mody'

Each week on CNBC's Closing Bell, reporters Seema Mody and Dominic Chu face off on the biggest investing issues of the week. It's Clash of the Titans.

These two financial reporters are so passionate about and devoted to their cause that they have been given their own superhero nicknames: "Dynamite Chu" and "Marvelous Mody."

(Read more: Dominic Chu: Who'd you rather? The Federal Reserve edition)

It's the financial fisticuffs of the century (with, you know, no actual fisticuffs).

In this edition of "Unscripted," Mody takes off her superhero cape and shares her "weapon of choice" with CNBC's Brian Steel and Jon Fortt.

(Read more: Unscripted with Seema Mody: I'm an app lady)

—By CNBC's Gloria McDonough-Taub

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