Canelo vs Golovkin - DAZN PPV - Sept. 17 - 9 pm ET

Canelo vs Golovkin – DAZN PPV – Sept. 17 – 9 pm ET

Matchroom Boxing can announce that the bitter rivals will meet in a trilogy blockbuster live on DAZN on September 17click here to buy tickets!

DAZN, the leading global sports streaming platform, today announces that Saúl ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Gennadiy ‘GGG’ Golovkin will meet in an epic trilogy clash of world champions on September 17. Canelo vs. GGG III will be live on DAZN PPV in the U.S. and Canada and around the world on DAZN (excluding Mexico, Latin America, and Kazakhstan) and is in partnership with Matchroom, Canelo Promotions and GGG Promotions.

After Alvarez suffered only the second loss of his storied career in a sold-out T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas earlier this month, his focus switches back to Super-Middleweight where he will defend his undisputed title against the Kazakh king.

Alvarez and Golovkin have shared 24 thrilling rounds already in this hottest of rivalries and the pair will finally meet for a third time, five years after their first battle ended in a controversial draw and four since the Mexican superstar edged out Golovkin via majority decision.

Both battles took place in Las Vegas, and while a venue for the trilogy bout will be revealed soon, what is in no doubt is that it will be the hottest ticket in sport when these two foes dance for the third and decisive time.

‘I feel very happy and proud to be able to give the best fights and this fight won’t be an exception’, said Saúl‘Canelo’ Alvarez.

Gennadiy ‘GGG’ Golovkin said, ‘I hope to see you on September 17’.

“The Canelo vs. GGG trilogy is the biggest fight in boxing and I am delighted to get this made for September 17,” said Eddie Hearn, Chairman, Matchroom Boxing. “These are two men that bitterly dislike each other and want to end this incredible series with a blistering KO. I truly believe this will be the most thrilling fight between these two great champions and will be fireworks from the first bell to the last man standing.”

“What a month we have had on DAZN – the biggest women’s fight of all time, an absolute barn burner on in Las Vegas, and now, the highly anticipated trilogy fight between the pound for pound King Saúl ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and one of the other biggest names in the sport Gennadiy ‘GGG’ Golovkin,” said Ed Breeze, EVP Rights, DAZN. ’The last two fights between these two have been up there with the very best this century and we look forward to broadcasting it to fight fans live and worldwide on DAZN.”

Canelo’s trainer Eddy Reynoso said, ‘Let’s push ahead without going backwards. A Mexican never surrenders, let’s push forward.’

Canelo vs. GGG III will be live on DAZN around on the world and on DAZN PPV in the U.S. and Canada. Excluded territories include Mexico, Latin America, and Kazakhstan. The blockbuster event is another mega addition to DAZN’s premium portfolio of live sports and original programming, including the world’s biggest leagues and competitions UEFA Champions League, UEFA Women’s Champions League, Bundesliga, LaLiga, Serie A, and J.League.


Sep 17 2022


9:00 PM - 11:45 PM

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/Chicago
  • Date: Sep 17 2022
  • Time: 8:00 PM - 10:45 PM


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3780 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89158, United States
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2 thoughts on “Canelo vs Golovkin – DAZN PPV – Sept. 17 – 9 pm ET”

  1. GGG will find a way to for the first Time stop or ko Canelo I’ll say tenth round ,Canelo will say he was looking forward to fighting rematch with light heavyweight champion casting him to lose to GGG

  2. Triple G is over 40 years old. Triple G is a middleweight boxer, not a super middleweight. Drug testing in boxing is shaky at best, and Canelo has tested positive, not just once, but twice for performance enhancing drugs. Add the factor of judges somehow giving Canelo credit for rounds he has been trounced, such as one judge judging the Mayweather-Alvarez a draw, and the first Triple G-Alvarez bout ridiculously overwhelming for Alvarez. Essentially, the deck is stacked against Golovkin. Canelo should go down to middleweight to fight Triple G, rematch with Bivol, who won 10 of 12 rounds against Alvarez, although the judges had Canelo losing by just two rounds, or defend his super middleweight title against the top contender in that weight class.


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