In a recent series of tweets, Soulja Boy said he was taken over control of his upcoming boxing match against Chris Brown. The fight scheduled for a March date in Dubai was starting to look kind of sketchy when Big Soulja mentioned things were taking too long. West Coast hip hop manager Wack 100 took to Instagram Thursday to provide an update on the fight, reassuring fans they will indeed get a chance to see the digital warriors throw down come March.

Wack 100 posted a photo of what looks like three movers and shakers preparing documents. he captioned it, "A street nigga with a international Team ... #Dubai Politicks. #ChrisBrown @fredfrenchy #souljaboy @miketyson it's going down #PPV."

The Black man in the photos is Fred Frenchy, the CEO of Mike Tyson Academy. If it indeed goes to pay-per-view, some interested parties will profit as much as possible from the building animosity between the artists. Stay tuned for more drama.