Thor Bjornsson will face arm wrestling champion Devon Larratt on Saturday night in his first competitive boxing match.
Former world's strongest man winner Bjornsson was scheduled to face strongman rival Eddie Hall in Dubai, but the Brit was forced to pull out with an injury.
Instead, the Game of Thrones star will now take on arm wrestling champion Larratt on a card that will mix professional bouts with more outlandish fights.
Bjornsson will be a heavy favourite to beat Larratt, while the undercard will also feature crossfit stars Josh Bridges and Jacob Heppner
The professional fighters will include Anthony Joshua's sparring partner Martin Bakole against Haruna Osumanu and Australian standout Avril Mathie against Jesca Mfinanga.
Including the prelims, there will be thirteen bouts on the card, which takes place at the Dubai Sport Society.
Here's everything you need to know about the fight night...
Bjornsson vs Larratt UK fight time
Coverage of the prelims will begin at 3.30pm on Saturday afternoon British time.
The PPV main card will kick off an hour later at 4.30pm, although it is a nine-fight card so don't expect the main event for a few hours.
Bjornsson and Larratt are currently scheduled to make the walk at 9pm British time, which is midnight in Dubai.
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How to watch Bjornsson vs Larratt on TV and live stream
The event will be shown live on CoreSports.world, with the PPV costing $9.99 (£7.25).
You can purchase the event here and you can also follow all the live action and reaction with Mirror Fighting .
Who is fighting on the undercard?
Josh Bridges v Jacob Heppner
Anthony De Bruijn v Giorgi Gachechiladze
Martin Bakole v Haruna Osumanu
Stefi Cohen v Marcela Nieto
Avril Mathie v Jesca Mfinanga
Stephane Fondjo v Badri Gogichashvili
Fahad Al Bloushi v Tezikoma
Khalid Naseer v Abdul Malik Jabir
What are the rules?
The fight will be six three-minute rounds with a minute of rest in between.
Neither fighter holds a record, and despite the fact there will be judges scoring it should it go the distance, it is not a professional fight.
Neither man will wear headguards, and they will be fighting in 12oz gloves
"I have no clue what is going through Devon's mind, and I don't really care. I have huge respect for him for taking this fight and won't underestimate him.
"For him to come here and accept the fight on five weeks' notice is already winning for him.
"It's hard to trash talk someone that accepts a fight with five weeks to go, so I like him, but I'll beat his a**.
"I'll probably break his nose, so I'm sorry, but that's just my job.
"Every experience I have helps me. I can already feel in boxing that my background from other sports is helping me a lot with this new journey, and helping me get ready for fight night."
"A satisfactory outcome is something I can walk away from knowing that my heart and spirit was properly expressed.
"If I can walk in and feel like at the end of the fight that I fought bravely and was able to hold onto what I learned over the last four weeks, I'll be happy.
"I want a battle scar, I feel that would be a terrible thing not to walk away with. For the first two minutes who knows what I'm capable of.
"I feel like I got dropped in the middle of the jungle and I'm fighting my way through it."