MAFS' Harrison and Daniel strip down ahead of boxing match: 'Knock him out'

"Cannot wait for this win, knock him out."

Former MAFS stars Harrison Boon and Daniel Holmes are set to clash in a boxing match at the Pretender to Contender event on Saturday night, with the pair stripping down for their weigh-in on Friday night.

Harrison and Daniel aren't the only reality stars fighting on the night, with former MAFS star Jackson Lonie also jumping into the ring with Love Island Australia's Tak Chipangura.

MAFS' Harrison Boon and Daniel Holmes before boxing match
MAFS' Harrison Boon and Daniel Holmes have stripped down for their weigh-in ahead of their boxing match on Saturday night. Photo: Supplied

Surprisingly, Bronte Schofield, Harrison's MAFS ex, will be in attendance, marking the first time the pair will see each other since filming the show's reunion.

Bryce Ruthven, Taylor Winter, Steve Burley, Lyndall Grace, Sandy Jawanda, and Alyssa Barmonde are also set to attend.


Both Daniel and Harrison shared photos from the weigh-in, with Daniel writing, "Tomorrow night I fight! Harry going down."

Harrison meanwhile wrote, "Let’s do this."

MAFS' Daniel and Harrison weigh-in
The pair appeared confident ahead of the fight. Photo: Supplied

Daniel last competed in October last year, where he faced off against Brent Vitiello, with Daniel winning the fight.

"Cannot wait for this win, knock him out," one user commented on Daniel's post.

"It's on like Donkey Kong," Antoni Topic of Team Ellis Boxing wrote.

"You got this in the bag," another user added.

"You worked for this mate, deserve it. Time to take it," one user wrote on Harrison's post.

Former MAFS star Jackson Lonie and Love Island Australia's Tak Chipangura
Former MAFS star Jackson Lonie is also jumping into the ring with Love Island Australia's Tak Chipangura. Photo: Supplied

"Good luck brother, won’t need it though," another said.

"You've got this Harrison," a third said, while someone else added, "Take him down."

Harrison's surprising career change

Earlier this year, Harrison revealed his surprising career change, saying he planned on using his public platform to launch a surprising new career as a motivational speaker and relationship guru.

The construction worker revealed his plans at Kyle & Jackie O's cast reunion, saying he "wants to spread a positive message" and tackle difficult issues men face daily.

MAFS' Harrison Boon
Harrison revealed earlier this year that he was planning on using his new public platform to launch a surprising new career after the show. Photo: Nine

Speaking about what his future looks like, Harrison said, "I think use the platform for good, try and spread a positive message and have the discussions people are too scared to have. There's a lot of things out there to do with single fathers, even giving men advice to start dating again after they've been through a split."

He continued, "A lot of men will give dating advice, but they don't give post-breakup advice. How to find yourself, how to live again after a big set back like that. I think there's a lot of platforms I can be spreading with this platform I have now."


He then added that he plans on being even more controversial now the show is over.

"I should probably thank the [Nine] network because now I have so many opportunities to show who I really am beyond their s****y edit. I don't think there's anything wrong with using my platform for evil. I think I can become even worse now that I've left the show.

"They've got their villain, now I want to try and become a supervillain."

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