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Ready To Rumble! HGTV Hosts Say They Could Totally Take Down 'The Property Brothers'

Feb. 20 2017, Published 10:12 a.m. ET

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Could there be an HGTV throw-down coming? RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that there is some heated trash talking going down between two of the network's biggest stars.

Appearing on the Wake Up With Taylor show on Sirius XM, the hunky Cousins Undercover took aim at their Property Brothers counterparts, defiantly saying they would crush them in a fight.

"Who would win a fight between the Brothers and us? 100% us, just look at us," John Colaneri told Rob "Straight" Shuter on the radio show. "Anthony (Carrino) carries a baseball bat around with him all the time."

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So far, there has been no response from the Property Brothers.

The Cousins also said that they couldn't imagine the stress that network mates Tarek and Christina El Moussa are going through with their divorce. But the duo did wish them the best!

As RadarOnline.com reported, The El Moussas secretly split up in May 2016, but didn't tell their fans until December. In January, Tarek officially filed for divorce.

Flip or Flop has been filming since the breakup, but insiders told RadarOnline.com this will be the last season.

RadarOnline.com readers know the two are currently competing to host a possible solo spin-off .

So who do you think would win in a fight? Let us know in the comments!

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