Logan Paul has weighed in on the most anticipated boxing match of the year so far, predicting when - not if - he believes 'Jake Paul is going to win'.
The YouTuber, who turned to the world of pro boxing himself, gave an interview with BT Sport ahead of his younger brother's fight against Tommy Fury tonight (26 February).
After months of back and forth and two cancelled bouts, fans can't wait to see the duo finally settle their differences when they step into the ring at the Diriyah Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
While Tommy is Jake’s first opponent to come from a boxing background, Logan has all the confidence that his brother is going to come out on top.
Highlighting just how high the stakes are, the 27-year-old podcast host said: "There's a legacy on the line.
"Someone's legacy is going to get made tonight and someone's is going to get broken."
Logan went on to say that he's 'beyond supremely confident' in Jake, adding: "I don't see a world in which Tommy can pull this off.
"I was shooting something today and I said to the camera, 'One of these gentlemen is acting. One of them is purely faking what they're saying.' I know which one it is."
As for his prediction of when he reckons his brother will deal the landing blow, he said: "I've been saying round four, but I don't really care. I do think it's going to be a knockout though.
"Tommy's very pretty, and that pretty face is going to hit the canvas very hard."
Ouch - luckily we're mere minutes away from finding out whether his prophecy comes true.
Logan also spoke about his proposed 'round two' fight with Tommy's older brother Tyson, which he suggested during one of Jake's recent Instagram Stories.
Tyson hasn't yet responded the threat, but there's no doubt the two elder brothers will cross paths tonight at the Diryah Arena.
In his chat with BT Sport, Logan said: "I'm about to knock out Tyson Fury tonight. Straight bro, if I see you, it's an RKO."
Though tonight's match offers little to the boxing purists out there, you can't deny that everyone involved knows how to generate hype.
Both Jake and Tommy are unbeaten in their pro careers, and are determined to 'end' each other when they finally do come head-to-head, having blasted each other on social media for the past year.
As well as their reputations being on the line, during Thursday’s (23 February) press conference, Jake put forward a lucrative 'double or nothing' contract offer.
The Problem child claims his opponent is yet to sign on the dotted line and return the contract for the agreement, though more details about this will no doubt arise in the coming hours.