Want to be a UFC matchmaker? Now’s your chance – well, at least for one fight.

The UFC, its president Dana White, and actress Halle Berry have teamed up for a raffle-style contest with 100 percent of proceeds going to four charities: Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen, and No Kid Hungry.

The winner will get a handful of prizes including a UFC VIP Experience, the opportunity to go to dinner with Berry, and more.

Perhaps the most unique prize, however, is the opportunity to matchmake a UFC fight. In a recent interview with TMZ, White dished on the never-before-offered opportunity.

“(The winner) will sit in in a matchmaking meeting, and I’m actually going to let them make a fight,” White said.

So what happens if the winner wants to make an unpopular matchup? White said matchmaking isn’t one person calling the shots. The winner will sit in on a meeting with the UFC brass where hopefully they can all agree.

“There’s a process to the matchmaking,” White said. “What happens is there are four of us: Sean Shelby, Mick Maynard, Hunter Campbell, and me. So it’s not this (thing where) I walk in and go ‘We’re doing this, that, and the other thing.’ It’s a process. We argue. We fight. ‘This ain’t gonna happen. We can’t do this. We can’t do that.’

“It’s a long drawn-out process that goes on. They’ll be part of the bickering and the arguing and we’ll see where he comes out in the end and what he gets.”

Check out the UFC’s official charity contest page via All-In Challenge.

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