If you’ve ever looked at someone’s face and decided you wanted to punch it you might be in luck, albeit also have serious anger issues.
A beta version of a new app called Rumblr is slated to hit the market on Monday.
The app bills itself as a resource “for recreational fighters to find, meet, and fight other brawl enthusiasts nearby.”
Don’t actually want to get roughed up yourself?
The app also lets you browse and attend fights other users have set up.
Rumblr, described as “Tinder for fighting,” pulls up another user’s profile picture and gives you the option to fight or pass.
If both contenders decide to spar, users move on to the verbal rounds where you can trash talk your potential opponent before scheduling the fight or dropping out.
As mentioned, there’s also a browsing option where you can search a map for fist icons. That’s where a fight is already scheduled and you can go and stand in someone else’s corner.
More than 78,000 people have already registered for beta access to the app, according to the New York Daily News.
Brawlers beware, public bouts are still likely to be considered illegal and you’ll be on the hook if anyone gets hurt.