Casey Anthony's first public appearance since being acquitted of killing her daughter could come in a boxing ring.
Anthony, 26, has been offered money to fight Michelle "Bombshell" McGee on November 3 at a location that has yet to be announced.
Celebrity Boxing is promoting the event and says they will pay Anthony, who recently completed a one-year probation sentence for check fraud, $20,000 for the fight with half going to her and the other half going to the charity of her choice.
McGee, who gained fame for allegedly breaking up the marriage of Jesse James and Sandra Bullock, would receive an undetermined amount.
Anthony has remained mostly in hiding since her 2011 acquittal on charges surrounding the 2008 death of 2-year-old Caylee Anthony. Casey pleaded guilty to check stealing which led to the probation sentence.