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The stars of YouTube and Tik Tok will look to replicate the success of Logan Paul, Jake Paul and KSI tonight when they compete in a special boxing event.
Newly-founded promotional outfit Social Gloves will put on the 'Battle of the Platforms' which pits social media stars from different apps against each other in five-round contests with two-minute rounds, 16oz gloves and no headger.
British YouTube stars AnEsonGib, Deji Olatunji and Faze Jarvis will all compete in a card which kicks off at midnight on Saturday night from the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, the same venue as Logan Paul's fight with Floyd Mayweather last year.
The event will be available for British fans on pay-per-view from the official Social Gloves website.
Here's all you need to know about the fights going down in Florida…
Austin McBroom v Bryce Hall
The stars of Tik Tok competing this weekend
(Image: Getty Images for LiveXLive)
Former NCAA basketball standout Austin McBroom will attempt to transfer his athletic talents to the boxing world when he takes on Tik Tok star Bryce Hall in the main event of this card.
Neither man has boxed before, and the origin of their rivalry is unknown, but they have both been getting work in with some top fighters, with Hall spotted training with Canelo Alvarez and McBroom seen in the ring with Regis Prograis.
The pair had to be separated by security when they met at a press conference last month, and there was also an altercation between the two in the crowd of the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul.
Hall is a slight underdog, despite opening as the favourite over McBroom
AnEsonGib v Tayler Holder
YouTuber AnEsonGib, real name Ali Al-Fakhri, is looking for 'redemption in Miami' after his humiliating first round defeat to Jake Paul in his pro debut last year.
But he'll apparently face a formidable challenge in Tik Tok star Holder, who was also spotted training with Canelo and reportedly has been boxing for a number of years, despite not engaging in any amateur fights.
Gib has stated his intentions to keep fighting, regardless of if he beats the American, while Holder appears to have some other irons in the fire with a burgeoning music career and a Tik Tok page with over 19million followers.
Deji v Vinnie Hacker
Another former Jake Paul opponent takes to the ring on Saturday night when KSI's brother Deji takes on Tik Tok star and model Vinnie Hacker.
Hacker appears to be a limited fighter from the small bits of training footage available online, and we're told he changed trainer in the build-up to the bout.
Deji, on the other hand, showed glimpses of talent in his fight with Paul back in 2012, bloodying the now 3-0 pro boxer before being stopped in the fifth round in what was his only amateur fight.
DDG v Nate Wyatt
Rapper DDG, Darryl Dwayne Granberry, is seemingly one of the quickest learners of boxing on this card.
The YouTube star has posted some clips to social media, and appears to be a decent little fighter from the few clips he's shown, while Nate Wyatt hasn't be posting as much.
Wyatt has been tipped to lose badly in this matchup by experts in the YouTube boxing scene.
Faze Jarvis v Michael Le
The first fight of British interest on the card sees Londoner Faze Jarvis take on arguably the most famous Tik Tok star on the card in Michael Le.
Tyson Fury has spent time with Jarvis over the past few weeks, but it is unknown whether or not that contact will translate in the ring for the Brit.
He is a member of the world famous Faze Clan, which is a group of professional video game players and social media stars that compete in top eSports competitions
Tanner Fox v Ryland Storms
YouTube star Tanner Fox is a close friend of Jake and Logan Paul, and began boxing after watching the pair turn their hands to the pro game over the last few years.
Ryland Storms was a member of the Tik Tok star group 'The Hype House', where he was known for making dancing and lip-syncing videos for his 4.3million followers.
There isn't much footage on either of these fighters, so it's hard to gauge who might win this one.
Landon McBroom v Ben Azelart
This is the second of the prelim bouts for the evening, with Austin McBroom's brother taking on prankster Ben Azelart in a free-to-air bout early in the night.
McBroom will be expected to win this one, although Azelart has posted some sparring footage where he looks decent, so this could be an interesting contest
Ryan Johnston v Cale Saurage
In our opening bout of the evening, we see one fighter who earned their way onto the card by winning a number of unsanctioned bouts behind-closed-doors.
YouTuber Johnston defeated some other influencers in something of a 'tryout' fight to earn his spot on this card against Tik Tok star Saurage earlier in the year.
Johnston is one of the fighters we've seen the most of, and he appears to be explosive and willing to take a punch to land one, so this will be a scrappy affair.