YouTube star iDubbbz will finally make his boxing debut against Dr Mike Varshavski in Florida at the inaugural staging of 'Creator Clash' tonight.
A whole host of content creators will lace up their gloves in a boxing tournament with financial proceeds set to be donated to charity including the American Heart Foundation. iDubbbz has been waiting to appear in the ring for several years himself and is the self-proclaimed 'YouTube boxing guru' when addressed by his loyal army of 7.5 million followers.
The event will be held on the University of South Florida campus and will also see content creators Farley (Epic Meal Time) facing EgoRaptor and Michael Reeves facing Graham Stephan.
Here is all you need to know ahead of YouTube's latest boxing event…
How to watch via live stream
Tickets are available to purchase the stream for customers on the Moment House website with customers available to buy the event here. The event is currently priced at £19 after the limited entry sale expired shortly after the announcement of the event.
On the day of the event, the pay-per-view stream will be available at £26.50 via the Moment House website with proceeds from any sale being donated directly to the charities including the American Heart Foundation.
Full fight card
Main Event: Idubbz vs Dr Mike
Harley (Epic Meal Time) vs EgoRaptor
JustaMinx vs Yodeling Haley
Graham Stephan vs Michael Reeves
Matt Watson vs Dad
Internet Comment Ettiquette vs Dj Welch
Hundar vs AB
Ryan Magee vs Alex Ernst
I did a thing vs TheOdd1sOut
Michael Reeves vs Graham Stephan
What time will the fights take place?
The YouTube boxing tournament's main event between iDubbbz and Dr Mike is expected to take place around 1am UK time with ring walks shortly before.
Several undercard fights will precede the main event with the action getting underway on the pay-per-view broadcast at 9pm.
iDubbbz: "These creators want to show respect to boxing, while putting on an entertaining show that reflects their personalities, It was really important to us that the creators took this experience seriously, and let me tell you – they absolutely have.
"They have been training for months, and we can’t wait to show you what they can bring to the table. Influencer boxing has previously been very money-driven and our goal is to bring attention back to the sport, while delivering fun and interesting personalities for an all-around great show for some great causes."
Dr Mike: “A lot of it has been very circus-like,” the physician-turned-fighter said. “I think it needs some quality people coming in and proving that influencers want to take this seriously and are capable of taking it seriously.”