Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather will take on Geordie Shore star Aaron Chalmers in an exhibition next month.
Mayweather, who retired with a record of 50-0, was originally set to fight Muay Thai fighter Liam Harrison.
However, he was forced to pull out of the event at the O2 arena in London, with Chalmers now set to face the American.
Mayweather has taken part in exhibition bouts ever since his retirement in 2017, with the lucrative market seeing him face YouTuber Logan Paul and Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, Mayweather wrote: “Different face, different name, same results.
“London we are still rocking and rolling on Feb. 25th at the O2 Arena. Tickets will be on sale soon. Stay tuned!!”
Chalmers, who won his one and only professional boxing fight, also added: “ITS ON. I’m fighting @floydmayweather at the 02 London on 25th feb!!
“It doesn’t get much bigger than this for me!! Someone’s 0 has to go,” he added in reference to their unbeaten records.
Chalmers went 2-2 with Bellator but ultimately retired from mixed martial arts competition – that included three wins in BAMMA – in 2021.
The date of the fight is also due to be on the same day that Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are due to fight.
They will be fighting at third time of asking, with previous attempts seeing Fury withdraw with injury and denied entry into the United States.
A venue for their clash is not yet thought to be decided, but speculation has suggested it could be held in Saudi Arabia.
Boxing fans will therefore have to fights to choose from on February 25th, with Mayweather set to compete in hotly anticipated exhibition bout.