Canelo vs GGG 3 live stream and TV guide – how to watch tonight's huge trilogy fight from Las Vegas | The Sun

CANELO ALVAREZ takes on Gennady Golovkin tonight in a huge trilogy rematch which should settle their epic rivalry.

Mexican Alvarez is coming off a loss to Dmitry Bivol back in May while Golovkin became unified middleweight champion a month earlier.

The last time both Alvarez and Golovkin fought each other was four years ago on the very same weekend in September.

Four-weight champion Alvarez was the victor by a controversial majority decision, and Golovkin has had to stew over that ever since.

The Kazakh fighter is adamant he can beat Alvarez, just as he and many others believed he did in their very first fight in 2017.

And now he'll get his third crack at it, with Las Vegas set to play host for the third time on Saturday night.


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How to watch Canelo vs GGG

  • Alvarez vs Golovkin will be shown live on DAZN in the UK and DAZN in the US.
  • You can live stream the action from the DAZN app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • A subscription for DAZN in the UK will cost you £7.99-a-month.
  • The fight is a pay-per-view event, with the price set at £9.99, on top of your monthly subscription.
  • If you're not a subscriber, you can still purchase the fight for £17.98.
  • The Alvarez vs Golovkin ring-walks will get going from 4.30am UK time on Sunday, September 18.

🥊Canelo vs GGG 3: Start time, TV channel, live stream and undercard for TONIGHT'S huge fight

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What has been said?

“Who is he to finish anybody’s career?" Golovkin has said.

"If he really wanted this [trilogy] fight back then, if he thought that it’s personal, that fight should have happened immediately.

"Why was he waiting for four years?”

Canelo added: “Out of our rivalry, this one will be the most important, and also the fact that he’s going into this fight thinking it’s going to be his last makes him more dangerous.

“As for myself, I’m going to leave everything in the ring for this fight.

"Obviously, I go into every fight with the objective of a knockout, and this is no exception."

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