Editor’s note: This article was originally published on DAZN.com.

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Father and son will set foot into the same ring on the same fight night Friday in Tijuana, Mexico.

Hall of Famer Julio Cesar Chavez, 58, faces Jorge Arce, 41, for a third time in a four-round exhibition while Junior takes on Mario Cazares in a sanctioned bout on DAZN.

Chavez Jr. (51-4-1, 33 KOs) last fought in December, when he lost to Daniel Jacobs after retiring on his stool after the fifth round. The younger Chavez is under an indefinite suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission for refusing to take a drug test before the bout with Jacobs.

Chavez (51-4-1, 33 KOs) was able to fight in Arizona after getting a temporary injunction.

Cazares (11-0, 5 KOs) is best known as the last fighter to beat Canelo Alvarez in the amateur ranks back in 2004. The 30-year-old from Rosarito has faced low-quality opponents in his five-year career, with Chavez being the most notable name on his resume.

Chavez Sr. (107-6-2 with 85 KOs) was one of the best and most-popular fighters of all time. He was 89-0-1 before losing his first fight, to Frankie Randall in 1994. He fought a plethora of big-name opponents, including Pernell Whittaker, Meldrick Taylor (twice) and Oscar De La Hoya (twice) before retiring in 2005.

Arce (64-8-2, 49 KOs) also was a multiple-time world champion, capturing belts in four divisions. His most notable foes were Vic Darchinyan and Nonito Donaire.