Three West Australian boxers will put their unbeaten records on the line in Queensland next month.
Andrew Green, Luke Sharp and Nathaniel May will appear on the live Foxtel show at the Eatons Hill Hotel in Brisbane on February 14.
"This is the first time we've taken these boys outside WA, we've been trying to keep them here and get them ready," Dave Hassan, trainer of Green and Sharp, said.
"They've been calling us for the last year to go over to Queensland, Melbourne and Sydney, they've been after knocking us off for a long time. But we've been holding back, holding back, and now the time is right.
"The big thing is it's on TV, so it's massive exposure for the boys. We had to take it.
"If you win these ones everything doubles again and the boys go even further along … they can start to make a dollar out of boxing.
"And with having TV onside, they're not going to rip us off. Or if they do everyone's going to see it. I guess it's a bit of insurance."
Green (11 wins, one draw), who has moved up to cruiserweight, has already been on Facebook to stir the pot for his bout with Queenslander Mark Flanagan (14-4).
"Andy wrote a provocative letter to Mark on our Eight Count page that seems to have upset half of Queensland," Hassan said.
"The winner of this will get a shot at the Australian title and we want to get at his confidence a little bit. He's just 23 and lost a few, and Andy keeps referring to him as 'the boy' and 'the kid'. He said a few other things, too.
"Mark's now fired back but it seems a lot of people aren't happy over there.
"I've already told (promoter) Angelo Di Carlo no glass bottles at the event.
"We don't mind getting wet, we just don't want glass flying at us."
Middleweight Sharp (eight wins, two draws) faces a stiff test against Melbourne's Michael Zerafa, who has won all of his 13 fights.
Super-featherweight May (4-0), who is trained by Peter Stokes in Bunbury, should have too much for Waylon Law (6-5).