Whenever darts comes up in a conversation, there's always at least one person who'll scoff at the idea of calling a game that involves throwing arrows at a board a "sport". Granted, players may not be as fit as, say, Roger Federer or Usain Bolt, but they do have nerves of steel as well as the astonishing ability to hit a target with the kind of precision that makes laser-guided missiles look amateurish.
It's truly a sight to behold - and behold it you can, as on 16th May the world's top four players are descending on the O2 Arena, darts in hand, ready to battle it out for the 2013 McCoy's Premier League Darts title.
The one-evening event is the finale of a three-month tour around the UK and Ireland, and is more than likely to include darts legend Phil 'The Power' Taylor.
The Brit is the world's most successful darts player ever, a man who it seems couldn't lose a darts match even if he was blindfolded and told to throw with his feet. What I'm trying to say is, he's a phenomenal darts player.
If you've never been to a big darts event, give it a shot. The crowd are often as entertaining as the match itself, with a fun and lively atmosphere usually kicking off early on.
The O2 event starts at 6pm on Thursday 16th May, with tickets costing from £20 to £40.