Season two of the Professional Fighters League will get underway on May 9 in New York where in the welterweight division cousins from Hawaii will go face to face.
Ray Cooper III and Zane Kamaka will meet at 170-pounds in a match that will be featured on ESPN2.
Cooper, the reigning PFL welterweight division runner-up is 17-6 in his career went 4-0 with four TKO victories before falling to Magomed Magomedkerimov in the final.
The 26-year old from Pearl City says the upcoming fight is personal and he takes offense to Kamaka entering the PFL's weight-class.
“Family doesn’t do this to each other. Even if it was me, I wouldn’t do this to my cousins, my real cousins, I wouldn’t do this to my brothers and it’s just very disrespectful for him to do this," Cooper told KHON2 Sports Director Rob DeMello.