Puerto Rican boxer Orlando “The Phenomenon” Cruz will wear a pair of gay pride boxing shorts during Saturday's world title fight.

The 32-year-old Cruz is training to fight Mexico's Orlando Salido for the vacant WBO featherweight title. The bout will take place at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.

According to Yahoo! Sports, Cruz, who came out last year, plans to wear rainbow-colored trunks to support the LGBT community and pink boxing gloves to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Earlier, Cruz announced that he was dedicating the upcoming fight to Emile Griffith, one of the greatest boxers in history. Griffith, who died over the summer in New York, acknowledged that he was bisexual in an interview with Sports Illustrated.

“I like men and women both,” he said. “But I don't like that word: homosexual, gay or faggot. I don't know what I am. I love men and women the same, but if you ask me which is better … I like women.”

In March, Cruz won his second bout since coming out while wearing a boxing kilt adorned with a Puerto Rican flag on one side and a rainbow flag on the other. At the end of the fight, Cruz's father entered the ring and embraced him. The two men reportedly had been on the outs since Cruz announced he's gay.

Win or lose, Cruz will go down in history as the first openly gay boxer to fight for a world title.