Up for the Match is basically the Rose of Tralee for GAA fans. Twice a year, it comes around, and twice a year we will scoff, undermining every minute of it with sarcasm and wit online, but all the while watching every minute of it. Hate-watching, maybe, but watching nonetheless.
Into it's tenth year presented by the team of Des Cahill and Gráinne Seoige, it's as much a staple of All-Ireland weekend at this stage as suspension sagas and dummy teams.
Last night's show featured many memorable moments including appearances by Jim Beglin, the Waterford legends of 1959, Davy Fitzgerald and Seán Bán Breathnach.
As usual though, it was John Mullane who stole the show.
His promise/threat to ride down the quays of Waterford naked on a horse should the Déise win today has dominated the build up to the final, but last night, Mullane upped the stakes, calling on proud Galway woman Gráinne, dressed in a maroon dress for the occasion, to take on the mantle and ride "down Eyre Square naked on a horse" should Galway win today's game.
John Mullane on his possible upcoming horse ride should Waterford win the All-Ireland pic.twitter.com/tk61bnWTFD
— RTÉ Sport (@RTEsport) September 2, 2017
It's fair to say Gráinne didn't know where to look.