Ryan Garcia will tonight bid to prove he is more than just social media hype as he takes on Luke Campbell.
The 22-year-old Californian has a huge online following and is one of the biggest prospects in boxing.
He has proved he has knockout power but faces a big step up against two-time world title challenger Campbell.
The Hull lightweight has lost to Jorge Linares and Vasyl Lomachenko but fancies his chances of upsetting the odds.
The clash in Dallas will kick off what promises to be a huge year inside the square circle.
And here is everything you need to know about it…
How to watch on TV and stream online
Luke Campbell and Ryan Garcia will clash on streaming service DAZN tonight.
The service is priced at an initial £1.99 a month – a bargain for fight fans used to paying £20 for a pay-per-view show.
To watch, download the DAZN app now on internet-connected devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, PCs, and living room devices such as smart TVs, streaming sticks and game consoles.
For more information, visit www.DAZN.com.
What time will the fight start?
Garcia and Campbell are expected to walk to the ring at 11pm UK time, considerably earlier than most US fights.
This is because DAZN want the fight to be seen by as many people across the world as possible.
The undercard will be broadcast from 8pm UK time.
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Luke Campbell insists he can still prove he is the best lightweight in the world.
The Brit lost to Vasyl Lomachenko last year and faces tough competition from Teofimo Lopez and Devin Haney.
But Campbell believes he can take the first step to proving he belongs at the top by beating Ryan Garica.
“I’m confident because I want to prove that I am the best in the division,” he said,
“From what I have seen, he is good. He is fast. He’s got good skills. But I believe in myself. My strategy is to win by any means possible, and I’m going to be the best version of myself.
“Tune in Saturday night. I’ve come to fight. This is going to be a fantastic fight. We are two of the best lightweights in the world, and it will be a fantastic battle.”
Garcia, however, insists his time has come.
“I wanted this fight after Francisco Fonseca. When it was offered to me for the interim title, I thought that my dream was finally coming true,” he said.
“I’ve always said he is a good fighter. I never said he wasn’t a good fighter. But I just know that with my skills and my training, I will be victorious.
“My fights haven’t gone long because I don’t let them. If it happens to go that way, then I’m ready for 12 rounds. If he’s tough and he can take a shot, then I’m ready for that.
“They can say all they want about me not being able to go 12 rounds. I’ve trained to go 1000 rounds. I expect this to be a great fight. I expect this to be a great war.”