MAFS stars Brent Vitiello and Daniel Holmes are taking their beef off social media and into a boxing ring.

Daniel presented the idea of a celebrity boxing match to Brent on Instagram, and Brent quickly accepted.

“Brent is literally the only person from this season of MAFS that I just am not a fan of,” Daniel told his followers in a selfie video.

He continued, “Even after the show aired this guy was making [Instagram] live videos… asking his followers if they have any dirt on me and asking for naked photos of me, and it’s like who is this guy?”

“Why are you so obsessed with me, bro? Like it’s insane.

“It’s very obvious Tamara [Djordjevic, Brent’s MAFS wife] didn’t want a bar of you because you made it very evident behind the scenes that you just couldn’t wait for your influencer career moving forward.

“And, hey, look who’s announced he’s a full-time influencer now? So look, bro, October 17, let’s do it.”

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A few minutes later, Brent accepted the challenge during an Instagram live with fellow MAFS star Al Perkins.

“Beautiful. It’s on. It’s gonna be fun,” Brent said.

Daniel was allegedly first challenged to a boxing match by his Married at First Sight co star Mitch Eynaud, but turned down the offer because Mitch is a professional boxer.

Daniel’s partner, Carolina Santos, who he met on the reality show, has jumped into the comment section to support her boyfriend. “That’s my man 👊🏻” She wrote on the post.

Daniel was originally partnered with Jessica Seracino and Carolina was partnered with Dion Giannarelli. Jessica left the experiment before Daniel pursued Carolina, however, Carolina was still partnered with Dion when was secretly meeting up with Daniel and hooking up with him. When the other participants found out about the affair, both Daniel and Carolina received a lot of backlash and were ostracised from the group.

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