Somebody please stop this train wreck from happening.
And the pair will turn to boxing legends Floyd Mayweather and Mike Tyson to help them train for the March bout - which will be shown live on pay-per-view in Las Vegas.
Next week, we expect Soulja to challenge Brown to a duel over a Snapchat.
The fight between Chris Brown and Soulja Boy (real name DeAndre Cortez Way) was pushed up two full months, as these guys attempt to settle their longtime, ongoing feud.
It all started when Soulja Boy, who emerged with the smash hit "Crank That", liked an Instagram picture posted by Chris Brown's ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran.
After he put the notice up on his Instagram, Soulja Boy reposted the photograph and built up the ritzy match on his page.
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But a gleeful Nigel Farage, suggested "a lot more" British diplomats should follow Sir Ivan Rogers and resign. According to the embassy, Sir Ivan will leave over the next few weeks, and had been due to leave in October.
50 Cent, the man responsible for organizing the whole event, posted a video on Instagram of him calling up Mike Tyson to convince him to take part in the festivities. However, leave it 50 Cent to throw some fuel on the fire. Mike Tyson has promised that he will give Brown the best fight training possible in the short window leading up to the match.
Brown stated, "Seriously, we gone set up this fight". Moreover, one of the sport's all-time greats Floyd Mayweather will assist Soulja with the fight.
Meanwhile, 50 Cent has backed Soulja Boy for the win and says; he'll be putting a $100,000 bet on the outcome.
"Chilled with royalty and Nia tonight at Floyds house", Soulja Boy tweeted to further taunt Brown.
Pro-boxer Jose Guzman, who has fought in close to 200 amateur fights and 21 professional fights, gave PIX11 his take on each fighters' form.