Long-term rivals Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are finally set to step into the ring together on 26th February in Saudi Arabia.
The duo have gone back and forth over social media during the past few years, with two previous attempts to set up a bout falling through, but they have agreed on a new date to settle their differences.
Paul, priced at 8/13 To Win, has transitioned from a social media influencer and YouTuber to an extremely competent boxer, while he's also set to dip his toe into the MMA world later this year after signing up with PFL.
The Problem Child is 6-0 as a professional, winning four of those contests via knockout, but many have been critical of his level of opponent.
After defeating a fellow Youtuber, AnEsonGib, and then earning a knockout victory over former NBA point guard Nate Robinson, Paul has seen off three former UFC fighters.
Ben Askren, known better for his wrestling than striking, suffered a first-round TKO loss, before Paul sealed successive wins against former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.
His most recent win came against 47-year-old former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva in October.
Next up is Fury, priced at 13/10 To Win, who boasts an 8-0 record with four of those victories coming by KO or TKO.
TNT is the younger brother of WBC heavyweight world champion Tyson and he's a former Love Island contestant.
Fury should present Paul with his toughest test to date and a victory for the American would hand him the chance to silence his critics.
|What||Jake Paul v Tommy Fury|
|Where||Diriyah Arena, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
|When||Sunday, 26th February 2023|
|How to watch||BT Sport Box Office|
|Odds||Jake Paul 8/13, Tommy Fury 13/10|
The fight will take place on Sunday 26th February 2023.
The card is expected to begin at 19:00 GMT with the ring walks for the main event likely to take place at around 22:00 GMT.
The contest will take place at the Diriyah Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The 15,000 seat arena was constructed in just 56 days ahead of Anthony Joshua v Andy Ruiz II, "Clash on the Dunes", which took place on 7th December 2019.
BT Sport Box Office will be broadcasting the highly-anticipated fight live.
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Paul is the 8/13 favourite as he looks to extend his unbeaten run to seven professional fights. Fury, despite having an 8-0 record, is the 13/10 underdog to pick up a victory.
There will not be any belts up for grabs when the two bitter rivals square off. They are both still in the early stages of their professional careers with only 14 fights between them.
Paul made his professional debut in January 2020, beating fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib in the first round via TKO in Miami, Florida. He returned to the ring for his second contest in November 2020 and stopped Robinson via KO in round two.
A third stoppage triumph arrived in April 2021 with former Bellator welterweight champion Askren suffering a first-round TKO loss.
Woodley was the first opponent to take Paul the distance in August 2021 but the the YouTuber came through with a split decision win.
Paul beat Woodley by knockout in a rematch in December 2021 after Fury withdrew from a scheduled bout due to injury.
The Problem Child, who recently turned 26, beat Silva, regarded as one of the best to ever compete in the UFC, by unanimous decision in October 2022 to move to 6-0.
Fury's debut came in December 2018 when he defeated Jevenijs Andrejevs on points at Manchester Arena.
A string of knockout victories followed as he saw off Callum Ide, Przemyslaw Binienda, Genadij Karjevskij and Scott Williams.
TNT's last three trips to the ring have all gone the distance, beating Jordan Grant, Anthony Taylor and Daniel Bocianski to take his overall record to 8-0.
The full undercard is yet to be confirmed but Badou Jack, who has previously held titles at super-middle and light-heavyweight, is set to take on Ilunga Makabu for the WBC cruiserweight world title.