YouTube star Austin McBroom will face controversial Tik Toker Bryce Hall at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami tonight.
The card will also feature the ring returns of Jake Paul's first opponents in the amateur and pro ranks; Deji Olatunji and AnEsonGib, who face Vinnie Hacker and Tayler Holder respectively.
The bouts will all take place in the early hours of tomorrow morning from the same venue where Logan Paul went eight rounds with Floyd Mayweather last weekend.
It's unlikely that you'll see much high level boxing, and there will be shorter rounds due to amateur rules in the state of Florida.
Each bout will take place over five, two-minute rounds and will see fighters wear 16 oz gloves with no headgear.
Here's how you can catch all the action...
How to live stream the fights
The event will be broadcast on LiveXLive, a concert streaming platform which is taking it's first foray into the world of boxing pay-per-view.
Fans can purchase the pay-per-view for £35 by visiting the official website.
Every PPV order comes with an exclusive NFT (Non-fungible token), which is a piece of digital artwork to commemorate the event.
What time do the fights start?
The event will kick off at midnight on Saturday night in the UK.
The first of three British fighters; Faze Jarvis, will fight in the second fight of the night, so expect his ring walk around 12.30am on Sunday morning/Saturday night.
Then in the fourth bout of the night, Deji competes against Vinnie Hacker. It's hard to estimate ring walk times due to the musical acts that are slated to perform.
But we'd imagine he will fight between 1.30am and 2am.
AnEsonGib vs Tayler Holder is the co-main event of the evening, and will begin after the Deji bout.
The main event ring walk is expected around 3am British time.
Austin McBroom v Bryce Hall
AnEsonGib v Tayler Holder
Deji v Vinnie Hacker
DDG v Nate Wyatt
Faze Jarvis v Michael Le
Tanner Fox v Ryland Storms
Landon McBroom v Ben Azelart*
Ryan Johnston v Cale Saurage*
*Free prelim bouts
Austin McBroom: "I think that Bryce is a tough dude, at least he portrays himself that way, he gets in fights that we've all seen.
"But I think that getting hit by something he doesn't expect could make this a different show.
"I guess we'll have to see on June 12, I've been going crazy, I think I've been a D1 athlete and I know what hard work and dedication is."
Bryce Hall: "I think I'm going to knock him out, I have experience, I've knocked people out bareknuckle, so I have the power.
"I was training at Evander Holyfield's gym where it's like 110 degrees, I got down under 165 lb and I'm feeling good.
"I know how to use my hands, he's boxing scrubs who he pays $1,000 a round to go in there with him, and I hope he doesn't look like those videos."