You watched Sunday’s WWE pay-per-view, Battleground. Don’t try to pretend you didn’t. The best people to talk about it with on a Monday? Doug Mortman and Dave LaGreca. That and more of SiriusXM’s must-listen-to programming:
Devi Navratri Celebration
10 am ET on Krishna Das Yoga Radio
In celebration of Devi Navratri, an Indian festival that honors the Great Divine Mother, join Krishna Das Yoga Radio with chants to Durga every half hour, from 10 am ET to 8 pm ET.
Bleacher Report Radio
11 am ET on SiriusXM Sports Zone
Covino and Rich welcome Bleacher Report writers to talk about everything sports, including the weekend that was in the NFL.
Grateful Dead concert: El Paso, Texas
12 pm ET on Grateful Dead Channel
Hop on in a time machine back to Nov. 23, 1973, to hear a live Grateful Dead concert. Plus, it’s noon ET on a Monday. Chances are your going to want to sneak away from your desk for a bit, close your eyes and turn on some tunes, man.
2 pm ET on SiriusXM Sports Zone
Recap the results from WWE’s Sunday pay-per-view, Battleground, with Doug Mortman and Dave LaGreca on Busted Open Radio. They’ll talk about the WWE Championship match — did Randy Orton or Daniel Bryan walk away with the strap? — and which story lines are most intriguing heading into Monday Night Raw.
The Outfield with Eddie Robinson
2 pm ET on OutQ
Eddie Robinson leads the first ever sports-talk radio show highlighting the sports and athletic culture of the LGBT community. Listen on OutQ, SiriusXM channel 109.
The Drive Home
5:30 pm ET on Comedy Central Radio
Sheng Wang figured out a way to make floss funny. FLOSS.
Monday Night Football: Jets at Falcons
8:40 pm ET on SiriusXM NFL Radio
Some SiriusXM bloggers are Jets fans. Some are concerned following Geno Smith’s performance against the Tennessee Titans in Week 4. Some are even more concerned considering they agreed with Adam Schein’s preseason Super Bowl pick of the Atlanta Falcons, and thus think the Falcons are a quality football team. So as you can imagine, some SiriusXM bloggers will be glued to their SiriusXM radios listening to Monday Night Football. Other reasons to listen: It’s football. And it’s a Monday night. And Matt Ryan is pretty good. (And sometimes, the Jets do things that are mocked by the sports world over and over again.)