Them Fightin’ Words: Mob Wives’ Drita D’Avanzo Calls Out Real Housewives’ Non-Fights The Real Housewives will have to amp up their table-tossing tantrums if they want to hold a candle to the Mob Wives’ fisticuffs.“[The Real Housewives] fights are not fights to me,” Drita D’Avanzo, star of VH1’s Mob Wives: New Blood, told Today on Feb. 19. “To me, that’s just the way we talk on the phone. Nobody’s bleeding, and there’s no lenses that are broken. It’s kind of like, that’s not a fight.”The Mob Wives finished their fourth season with their own knockout, drag-out fight that had Renee Graziano regretting her behavior, and extensive alcohol intake before the event.“Yeah, there was a lot of wine involved,” Renee said. “There was some Johnny Walker Black, some tequila, Tito’s. There was a lot of things involved there.”The Real Housewives fights might not measure up to Mob Wives battles, but the guilt the women feel afterward is the same.“That was my fault,” Renee said of the fight. “And I’m not very proud of that moment.”No stars from any of the six Real Housewives series have retaliated yet, but an all-out “Wives” brawl would make some good entertainment.