Recording artist Chris Brown poses at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards in Inglewood, California, April 3, 2016. Reuters

With the advent of social media, hip-hop feuds have slowly gone from the streets to the web, as evident by dust-ups involving Azealia Banks and Kanye West. But now, the latest hip-hop battle might be definitively decided by a trip to the boxing ring.

Hip-hop artists Chris Brown and Soulja Boy, whose feud began last week after the latter liked an Instagram post of the former’s girlfriend Karrueche Tran, are reportedly considering stepping into the ring for a three-round bout and oddsmakers have a favorite.

While the idea of the fight may seem ridiculous and an easy way to drum up publicity, TMZ reported Tuesday that Brown and Soulja Boy “genuinely dislike each other and each wants to beat the crap out of the other.”

Such a fight could generate a lucrative sum for both. It reportedly could happen as early as March, and would likely take place in Dubai since no state would legally sanction it.

If the fight does go down oddsmakers give the edge to Brown. Admitting it was a tongue-in-cheek line, Odds Shark listed Brown as a -155 favorite compared to Soulja Boy at +115 on Tuesday.

The tip to Brown, according to Odds Shark, has to do with the ex-boxers who have offered to train Brown and Soulja Boy.

Former welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather, sending out a traditional fight card branded with his titular promotions company on Friday, first reportedly agreed to train Soulja Boy last week. That prompted rapper 50 Cent, who’s had more than his fair share of issues with Mayweather, to contact former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson to train Brown.

“Since he got Floyd Mayweather, I just got off the phone with Iron Mike Tyson. So Iron Mike is going to train Chris Brown,” 50 Cent said in an Instagram post.

Oddsmakers have since pegged Brown as the favorite because Tyson also posted to Instagram saying he’s “gonna teach [Brown] every dirty trick in the book to knockout Soulja Boy.”

Tyson already upped the ante by recording a Soulja Boy diss track that was released Monday.