Here’s how to watch Canelo vs GGG Trilogy Boxing Live Streams in Canada Sep. 17

Canelo Alvarez and Gennadiy Golovkin are ready to settle their five-year feud this Saturday, September 17 in what promises to be a mouth-watering clash. The two fought each other five years ago which saw Canelo marginally out-scoring Golovkin on Judge’s scorecard. During the bout, both fighters had their moments with many boxing fans critical of the fighter’s performance. The two will go face-to-face in the third installment of their thrilling in-ring rivalry and will want to end this debate once and for all.

The first meeting happened in 2017 which saw both fighters walking out of the ring with a draw. Both fighters had their fair share of say after the fight feeling that they have done enough to earn the decision in their favor. The duel was staged after years of speculation and was as entertaining as it was anticipated back then. After the end of the first fight, none of the fighters could be separated so they needed to run it back. The duo met for the second time in September 2018 which saw Canelo coming out on top on that occasion. It was a loop-sided encounter with both fighters having their moments during the fight but it was Canelo who held his nerves and scored good shots at the close of the fight to take the honors at the end of the night.

Here is a link to the site where you can get all the information regarding the event.

Now the stakes are high. The stage is set. Fans have started to pour out in the fight capital of the world. They are ready. Are you?

Here is what you need to know about the Canelo Vs GGG 3 main event, including start time, date, and how to live stream this event in your locality.

How to watch Canelo Vs GGG 3 fight in Canada

DAZN, one of the largest sports streaming services will be premiering this event worldwide. The Super Middleweight title is on the line and what’s better than DAZN to witness this event? All you need to do is to avail yourself of their monthly subscription and enjoy this event on your laptops, mobile phones, and tablets.

Here is a link to the site where you can get all the information regarding the event.

You can also stream the event on your TV screens using the DAZN subscription. All you need is smart TVs and game consoles to connect to DAZN and watch the event.

Canelo Alvarez Vs. Gennadiy Golovkin Fight Card:

  • MAIN EVENT: Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin – for WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring super middleweight titles
  • Jesse Rodriguez Franco vs Israel Gonzalez – for WBC super flyweight title
  • Ali Akhmedov vs Gabriel Rosado
  • Austin Williams vs Kieron Conway
  • Diego Pacheco vs Enrique Collazo
  • Marc Castro vs Kevin Montiel Mendoza
  • Aaron Aponte vs Fernando Angel Molina
  • Anthony Herrera vs Delvin McKinley

Canelo Vs GGG 3 PPV price in the US, UK and Canada:

Boxing fans in the UK can stream the whole event live on DAZN. All they need to do is to avail the monthly subscription and they are good to go. The streaming service costs £7.99 per month to British nationals.

But for the fans located in the USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand, they will have to buy PPV along with the monthly subscription to watch this event live.

In the US, it costs $64.99 for current subscribers and $84.98 for new subscribers, which includes one month’s subscription to DAZN), Canada (CAD $64.99 for current and CAD $89.98 for new subscribers), the UK and Ireland (£9.99/€9.99 for current and £17.98/€17.98 for new subscribers), Australia ($44.99 AUD for current and $58.98 for new subscribers) and New Zealand ($24.99 NZD for current and $39.98 for new subscribers). Or you can watch Canelo vs GGG 3 live fight via Fitepass from anywhere.

 

DAZN will be streaming this PPV live worldwide except for a few countries which include Mexico, Kazakhstan, Latin America (Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic)

Canelo Alvarez Record and Bio:

  • Record: 57-2-2 (39 KOs)
  • Nationality:  Mexican
  • Born: July 18, 1990
  • Height: 5′ 8″
  • Reach: 70
  • Trainer: Eddy Reynoso

Gennadiy Golovkin Record and Bio:

  • Record: 42-1-1 (37 KOs)
  • Nationality: Kazakh
  • Born: April 8, 1982
  • Height: 5″ 10″
  • Reach: 70″
  • Trainer: Johnathon Banks
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