The event seems to have a lot of backing behind it, too, with Hall claiming he'll not only receive an eye-watering $5m for just stepping in the ring, but 4 per cent of pay-per-view sales as well. Alright for some.
"So, I'm getting per cent of pay-per-view sales, then $5m as soon as I step in the ring and then a $1m knockout bonus," Hall told NoJumper's TikTok channel.
The fight was said to have sold 1.3m pay-per-view buys, making it, possibly, the highest-grossing non-professional boxing match of all time. Beggars belief, right?
Dubbed the 'Battle of the Platforms', this weekend's boxing event will have eight fights in total, including two in the free undercard segment, while six will be part of the major event.
You can watch the trailer for the event below, but be warned - you will, almost certainly, cringe.
How much will Bryce Hall earn from the fight?
After appearing on Adam 'Adam22' Grandmaison's No Jumper podcast, Bryce Hall went on and posted another video for the No Jumper TikTok channel, revealing his whopping payout for the fight.
Hall claims he will be getting 4 per cent of pay-per-view sales, as well as $5m as soon as he steps in the ring - with an added $1m knockout bonus. Not too shabby that, eh?
How much will Austin McBroom earn from the fight?
Bryce Hall's claim that he is set to make $5m after stepping into the ring can only mean that Austin McBroom will be receiving the same fee - if not more.
As of yet, though, McBroom has not confirmed how much he will be making from the event.
To be fair, with the private jets and supercars already in his life, the $5m is probably just a small drop in the ocean anyway.