America’s most popular boxer, Floyd Mayweather Jr. is set to try to match Rocky Marciano’s undefeated record Sept. 12 in Las Vegas against Andre Berto, according to TMZ Sports. Mayweather’s career sits at 48-0, having defeated Manny Pacquiao in May. Berto, a Haitian-American from Miami is 31 years old, and owns a career 33-3 record.

Among the opponents that Mayweather has left to fight, Berto’s name has significantly less star power than say, Amir Khan, whom many thought could be next in line. What’s most interesting about this matchup is the possibility that it might actually end up as a free fight on CBS.

For the average fan, the possibility of a non-PPV event makes this more enticing, but after the snoozefest that was Pacquiao-Mayweather after waiting literally years for that matchup, viewership on this will be considerably down from that of so-called the “Fight of The Century.” If you need some fuel to add to this fire, let’s recall that Berto and Mayweather do have a bit of history, involving prank calls and speed dial accusations.

Here’s to hoping the fight is more exciting than that.