GGG: The rivalry is settled
Canelo's post-fight interview...
Canelo reveals injured left hand!
We'll have the full post-fight interview shortly, but Canelo has revealed he will need surgery on an injury to his left hand that severely impacted him throughout.
He also thanks GGG for everything, while insisting he's a warrior.
We'll hear from both fighters in just a moment...
Great to see the pair embracing!
CANELO WINS BY UNANIMOUS DECISION
And there we have it! Canelo retains his full collection of super-middleweight belts!
A solid performance from the Mexican, though the fight certainly didn't live up to the first two.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 12 of 12
Here we go then, final round! Most seem to think Canelo is significantly ahead, though Golovkin has certainly won the second half of this fight.
There are boos from the crowd, who expected another war in the trilogy bout. The 12th, as has been the case at times throughout, is scrappy.
There's an embrace as the final bell goes. We go to the scorecards...
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it a draw...
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 11 of 12
Canelo has a slight cut from the clash of heads, but it's nothing too significant as of yet.
The Mexican's pace has definitely dropped over the last few rounds, after what was a very comfortably opening.
Golovkin lands a short left-hook during the clinch, and he's definitely more in this now.
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 5-5 with one round drawn. Into the final round we go...
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 10 of 12
The good work from GGG continues as he starts round 10 with a left hook that lands, but that success is short lived as Canelo buzzes his rival with a huge shot.
Canelo then lands a grazing uppercut - not quite a clean connection but a scoring shot nonetheless.
But back comes GGG! He lands an uppercut of his own before tripling up the jab. Good work. An accidental clash of heads ends round 10. Is GGG starting to step it up?
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 5-4 Canelo, with one scored a draw.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 9 of 12
Lovely right uppercut from Canelo, a peach of a shot to start round nine. 'This is the Golovkin show,' Banks said in the corner - but that's really not been the case.
Canelo follows up his good work with a left hook to the head, but finally GGG starts putting some pressure on himself. Better, but can he keep it going?
Yes he can! He lands a good right hook, pinning Canelo to the ropes for the first time in the fight. But back comes Canelo! Big hook!
This is more like it! The pair are starting to open up!
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 5-3 Canelo, with one round scored a draw. Again, I have it slightly wider at 7-2 Canelo.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 8 of 12
Good shot from Canelo, who digs in two big blows to the body to start round eight. Regardless of what's been landed, he's undoubtedly been the more aggressive of the two.
GGG nicks a nice right hand in, but Canelo responds with hooks to head and body. Credit to Golovkin, who moved out of range well, but he looks nervous to throw anything of real intention himself.
Golovkin does look to back Canelo onto the ropes, but back comes the Mexican with a big right hand to the head.
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 5-2 Canelo, with one scored a draw. I have it 7-1 Canelo. The judges could see it differently, but GGG needs something big.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 7 of 12
GGG's trainer, Johnathon Banks, tells his man to up the pace in the corner, but the warrior doesn't seem able to.
It's perhaps a closer round than the previous, with neither landing anything of note.
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 4-2 canelo, with one a draw. I must say I have it wider to Canelo.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 6 of 12
Golovkin has centre-ring for a matter of seconds as round six starts, but he looks hesitant and backs off. It's so unlike him - has Father Time finally caught up?
Ouch. A lovely body shot from Canelo lands perfectly underneath the tight GGG guard, and those will begin to hurt if they continue.
Canelo is razor, razor sharp tonight, though GGG did land with a few jabs of his own.
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 4-2 Canelo.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 5 of 12
Canelo really starting to turn the screw now, marching forward and landing heavy, heavy shots to the Golovkin body.
Golovkin doesn't look like he's enjoying this at all. Remember, GGG is now 40 and he's fighting up at super-middleweight for the first time.
He's getting bullied in there, stumbling after another body before a huge Canelo overhand right lands flush. This isn't particularly competitive at this point.
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 4-1 Canelo.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 4 of 12
Golovkin is going to need to pick up the pace here, after what has been a slow second and third round for the warrior.
Canelo again goes on the attack, changing the levels with a double-jab and body shot.
Golovkin lands with a sharp jab, and it's slightly better from the all-time great. But Canelo takes it again with another flurry to end the round.
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 3-1 Canelo.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 3 of 12
Good shot! Canelo lands with a lovely left-hand counter, before switching it up to the body and he sneaks one into the midsection.
Canelo, who is refusing to take a back-step, is now really bossing things, with GGG's face becoming increasingly red already.
Another good shot! Canelo gets through with a left-hand that lands flush on the GGG chin, before expertly ducking beneath a Golovkin counter.
GGG has been unable to back Canelo up so far, as he did so well in the first two fights. Golvokin looking cagey.
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 2-1 Canelo.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 2 of 12
Good work from Canelo, who lands with a number of jabs as he pushes GGG back from the off.
Golovkin's face is already slightly marked up, not helped by a Canelo overhand right that lands.
A much better round for the champion, who found his own jab and landed a couple of hefty rights.
Our reporter Jeff Powell has it 1-1.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Round 1 of 12
This is it! For the third, and quite possibly final time, the two giants of boxing go head-to-head.
Canelo immediately gets on the front-foot as he misses with two wild left hooks. A sign of intention.
GGG, one of the best jabbers in world boxing, looks to get going as he paws it out with regularity.
A cagey opening. Canelo is forcing the pace, but GGG landed with a few jabs.
Our reporter Jeff Powell as it 1-0 Golovkin.
HERE WE GO!!!
The first bell sounds. We're off!
The action is just moments away!
Both men are in the ring, referee Russell Mora is ready and David Diamante is doing his thing on the mic!
We're just a matter of seconds away! Our reporter Jeff Powell, sat ringside, will also be providing updates throughout.
AND HERE COMES CANELO
Time for the champion! Canelo, who of course holds the WBC, WBA, WBO and IBF super-middleweight titles, makes his way to the ring.
Accompanied by a suited and booted mariachi band, the 32-year-old is certainly putting on a show - as he always does.
He'll be looking to make a statement after that defeat to Dmitry Bivol in May.
— Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) September 18, 2022(Video) Canelo vs GGG undercard results LIVE All the latest fights ahead of Golovkin vs Alvarez
HERE COMES GOLOVKIN!!!
The moment we've all been waiting for is here!!! Gennady Golovkin makes his way to the ring!
The atmosphere is utterly electric inside the T-Mobile Arena, which has of course hosted both fights between the pair to date.
Interestingly, before GGG actually started his walk, a video played to those in attendance, saying champions don't cheat, and that this one's for justice.
A reminder that both prior results have been highly, highly controversial. Also a reminder that Canelo failed a drugs test before the 2018 rematch.
Canelo vs Golovkin: The tale of the tape
— DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) September 18, 2022
THIS. IS. IT. THE TIME HAS COME.
Time for the national anthems...
Before Canelo and Golovkin take to the ring, we first have the national anthems of both Kazakhstan and Mexico.
First up isKazakhstan, which will echo the ring walks, with GGG, as the challenger, to take to the squared circle before the Canelo.
We're about ready to go!
Live pictures are now being shown of Canelo and Golovkin getting prepared in the locker rooms.
Canelo is pacing in his, Golovkin is working on the pads.
Ring walks are just a matter of moments away!
WWE legend Triple H gives his opinion on Canelo vs GGG...
— DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) September 17, 2022
Golovkin heavier on the scales
There was a surprise on Friday as Canelo weighed in lighter than arch enemy Golovkin for their undisputed world super-middleweight title trilogy fight.
For his first fight at super middleweight Triple G the middleweight champion scaled 167.8 lbs, Canelo 167.4.
Thousands of Alvarez fans here celebrating Mexico Independence weekend packed into a plaza in front of the T-Mobile in blazing sunshine to roar a welcome to their idol.
We have another raucous atmosphere tonight.
Canelo vs Golovkin: The purses
A reminder that Canelo will earn one of his biggest-ever purses tonight.
The undisputed super middleweight champion will reportedly take home a guaranteed £40million for the trilogy bout, more than double GGG's £17million purse.
Backed by the financial might of DAZN and Matchroom Boxing, the figures are by far the highest paid between the three fights, with the guaranteed totals making up just one source of revenue that the fighters will collect.
In addition to their purse, both fighters will also earn a cut of the pay-per-view and sales from the live gate.
Canelo vs Golovkin up next!
So, the undercard is over, and Canelo vs Golovkin is up next!
They started as sparring partners, but the pair are now fierce rivals, having shared the ring twice before.
Of course, Canelo is 1-0 up after two, but only after two highly controversial results.
Will the Mexican make it 2-0 tonight? Or, at 40 years old, with GGG claim his revenge?
Jesse Rodrigues WINS by unanimous decision
There you have it - Jesse 'Bam' Rodriguez takes it by a wide unanimous decision. The judges score it:
A difficult night for Rodriguez, but he walks out with his WBC belt regardless.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 12 of 12
Rodriguez is looking to take matters out of the judges' hands as he steps up the tempo significantly in the 12th and final round.
Though it's not been vintage Rodriguez, one thing you can say is he certainly has a gas tank - and a chin.
Rodriguez will surely take it on points, even with the deduction, and the 22-year-old will learn a lot from that one.
Both men raise there hands as the final bell rings.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 11 of 12
Wow, Gonzalez goes down AGAIN as Rodriguez throws another punch that's undeniably low.
Rodriguez gets away with one there as the referee instructs action to continue, without deducting a point.
The champion, Bam, has not at all been at his best tonight as we head into the final round.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 10 of 12
Lovely left hand from Rodriguez, who is really turning the screw now. The pace he's set has been electric, and it's now getting much harder for Gonzalez.
That's not to say Gonzalez isn't in this - he's remained busy and active throughout, and of course Bam had that point deducted.
Gonzalez looks tired, though, and Rodriguez puts in a really impressive round.
Meanwhile, Canelo is gloved up and ready to go!
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 9 of 12
Well then, how will Rodriguez land after the point deduction in round eight?
The champion comes out firing, taking centre-ring once more as he forces the action and pace.
Gonzalez lands a nice uppercut, but the majority of the work is coming from the champion.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Logan Paul shares his thoughts
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 8 of 12
Round eight gets off to the worst possible start for Gonzalez, with an accidental clash of heads opening up a cut above the eye of the challenger.
The doctor quickly takes a look before waving action on, but that has spurred Rodriguez on as he gets to work once more.
We have another stoppage for a low-blow, this time from Rodriguez, who has certainly switched things up here.
Gonzalez goes down! But again it's for a low-blow - and Rodriguez is deducted a point! That makes this very interesting indeed.
We've seen a replay and that was definitely low. Interesting round.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 7 of 12
Another tight round goes by, with Rodriguez - though forcing the pace - still unable to really take over, as we predicted he would.
Gonzalez is one tough man, and his game plan has been evident from the off - hang with Rodriguez and target that body.
Rodriguez, so far, hasn't lived up to that 'next big thing in boxing' tag.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 6 of 12
Both fighters continue to sit in the pocket, both fighters continue to land with regularity - but certainly Rodriguez has been more accurate, and certainly Rodriguez has been the aggressor throughout.
Rodriguez is willing and able to take a shot to get his own in, however, and he's taken his fair share of punishment tonight.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 5 of 12
Gonzalez, as he has done throughout the entire fight, continues to have plenty of success to the body.
A lot of these body shots are borderline low at best, though, and the ref is forced to jump in twice in round five. A points deduction will be on the cards now.
We've not really seen Rodriguez need to show his toughness before, but he certainly is tonight. He remains right on Gonzalez throughout, will to exchange blow for blow.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Lomachenko gives his thoughts...
Briefly cutting away from the chief support, here's what Loma has to say.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 4 of 12
Rounds 1-3 have all been close, though you have to say Gonzalez has started brightly, with Rodriguez slowly but surely building his way into the fight.
Again, Gonzalez is really working he body, with the ref quickly jumping in as he fires one in very, very low.
Gonzalez apologises, before pounding away to the midsection once again with a what, four or five-punch combination.
Really good round for the challenger, Gonzalez.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 3 of 12
Gonzalez continues to look for the body, throwing in wide hooks to the midsection with lefts and rights.
Rodriguez shows his textbook, lightning-quick movement as he pivots, finding different angles as he starts to let his hands go more and more.
Gonzalez has made a solid opening to the fight, but Rodriguez is now getting into his rhythm.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 2 of 12
Good straight left from Rodriguez to open up round two, and the 22-year-old follows it up with two more.
Gonzalez is clearly targeting the body and lands once more. But Rodriguez is targeting the uppercut on the counter each time - and he too lands.
Rodriguez has now control of centre-ring, pushing Gonzalez back as he stalks his prey. Better round for the champion.
Rodriguez vs Gonzalez: Round 1 of 12
Here we go, then. Rodriguez makes the second defence of his belt against the three-time world title challenger.
Gonzalez looked very confident as he made his way to the ring, and starts brightly as he looks to establish his jab early on.
He then lands a nice right hand to the body, sneaking one in under the tight guard of Rodriguez, before going upstairs and landing to the head.
Rodriguez ends the round with a scoring jab to the head. Cagey opening.
Here we go! Both fighters are in the ring and the first bell sounds...
Up next: Jesse Rodriguez Israel Gonzalez!
Right, it's time for tonight's chief support, as Jesse 'Bam' Rodriguez defends his WBC super-flyweight title against Israel Gonzalez.
Gonzalez is a tough, rangey fighter, and will be a good test for Rodriguez at this stage of his career.
There's only one man we're expecting to win, though, and that's Bam!
Canelo vs Golovkin: Fight predictions
As we edge closer to the main event, I’ll be bringing you some predictions from some of the biggest names in boxing.
We start with Amir Khan and Billy Joe Saunders, two Brits who have fallen victim to Canelo’s freakish power.
Khan: 'I see Canelo stopping Triple. A lot of people are going to have things to say about this: "Ah, Amir doesn't know s*** about boxing". But you know what the thing is, I really think that. It's my opinion.
Saunders: 'Age is a big factor in this fight now. Golovkin is 40 years of age, and you can’t really expect him to roll back the clock to five or 10 years ago when he was at his best. I’ve got to go with a Canelo win. Maybe from rounds 8-12 stoppage.'
And here's GGG!
Canelo is in the building and ready to rumble!
How to watch tonight’s action
The fight is being broadcast live on DAZN in over 200 countries across the globe via the DAZN app, either on television, console, mobile, tablet or computer device.
It will cost £17.98 for new subscribers in the UK and £9.99 for existing ones. Meanwhile, in the US, the fight will cost $84.99 for new subscribers and $64.99 for existing ones.
Of course, you can also stick with us and we’ll take you through it all.
RESULT: Ali Akhmedov DEFEATS Gabriel Rosado
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Hello and welcome!
A huge night of boxing action is upon us, as Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin complete their iconic trilogy in Las Vegas.
The once amicable sparring partners are now bitter enemies having shared the ring on two prior occasions, both ending in highly contentious results.
First, Canelo escaped with a split-decision draw, despite the vast majority of onlookers believing Golovkin was the rightful winner. The second saw Canelo take a majority-decision win, when again many believe GGG deserved it.
Now, four years after their rematch, the pair return to the T-Mobile Arena, this time with the undisputed super-middleweight championship on the line.
Don’t go anywhere as we build towards the main-event, which is up shortly.
The undercard action gets underway at 8 p.m. ET with the main event ring walks expected at approximately 11 p.m. ET.How much did Canelo make against Golovkin? ›
Factoing in the aforementioned supplementing revenue — with a reported 70-30 split in Canelo's favor — and the two walked away with roughly $50 million and $20 million, respectively.What weight is Canelo vs Golovkin 3? ›
Canelo Alvarez (167.4 pounds) and Gennady Golovkin (167.8 pounds) both made weight on Saturday as the latter fired a brutal shot at his rival ahead of their blockbuster bout.Who won Alvarez vs Golovkin? ›
the judges had a draw, with the scores of 114-114, 115-113 for Golovkin, and 118-110 for Canelo. The draw saw Golovkin make his 19th consecutive defense, just one behind middleweight great Bernard Hopkins.What is the main card in boxing? ›
A main event usually takes place as the final match of a title-match-system sporting event. The term occurs primarily with reference to combat sports such as boxing, professional wrestling and mixed martial arts. The main event, generally the most prestigious match on the card, has the most promotion behind it.How many fights are on a boxing card? ›
For the Wilder v Fury main card, there are only 4 fights, which is pretty typical for a boxing event. Of those four, two fights were scheduled for 10 rounds, and the other two were for 12 rounds. That means a schedule of 44 rounds, or 132 minutes of fight time. This explains why the main event of a card is so long.How much money did Triple G make? ›
Golovkin earned about $22 million from the first fight with Álvarez and about $30 million in the second fight including endorsements, per Celebrity Net Worth. After both of those fights, Golovkin signed a three-year, six-fight, $100-million deal with DAZN in 2018.How much did Canelo make against Mayweather? ›
Canelo: Money Worth $41.5 Million Payday for Saturday's Fight | News, Scores, Highlights, Stats, and Rumors | Bleacher Report.How much does Mayweather make per fight? ›
|Net Worth:||$450 Million|
|Salary:||$300 Million Per Fight|
|Date of Birth:||Feb 24, 1977 (45 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
Alvarez has famously lost just two fights in his 61-bout career so far (57 wins, two draws).
The pair fought to a split decision draw, 113-115 to Golovkin, 114-114, and 118-110 to Canelo. However, despite splitting the result, the scoring led to criticism from many. The 118-110 in particular was regarded as controversially one-sided, with the consensus being that if anyone had edged the fight, it was Golovkin.How many belts does Canelo have? ›
He has been world champion in four divisions: super welterweight, middleweight, super middleweight and light heavyweight. In the super welterweight category, he was the WBA, WBC and WBO champion, and in the WBA, WBC and IBF middleweight divisions.Who really won Canelo vs GGG 3? ›
The judges score it 116-112, 115-113, and 115-113 in favor of Canelo Álvarez. That is much closer than I had the fight. I gave Golovkin one round.What is Canelo's record? ›
He is regarded by BoxRec as the best pound-for-pound fighter globally and has an impressive boxing record. Over 61 fights, Álvarez has put up a win-draw-loss slate of 57-2-2, with 39 of those victories delivered via knockout.Why is a fight called a card? ›
A fight was called a card when it became an extended public event. You got to see the fights after they'd been arranged in order. The term “card” is short for “match”. In the early days, boxing matches were sometimes held on street corners.How long do fights usually last? ›
2) Fights Rarely Last More Than A Minute.
The average length of all fights was forty seven seconds. Fights that happened exclusively between two participants lasted an average of forty eight seconds. Fights involving three or more participants lasted an average of forty five seconds.
Boxing matches are usually set to twelve three-minute rounds, with one-minute intervals between the rounds. When you count in finishes, injuries, or disqualifications before the decision, you get an average length of 5.9 rounds (17.7 minutes without, or 22.7 minutes with in-between round intervals).Why is it called a card in boxing? ›
The fight card is a program or itinerary of all the boxing matches that are to take place during one boxing event. A fight card usually contains one main event and the undercard. A fight card is usually just referred to as the Card.What are matches called in boxing? ›
Bout: A word used to describe a boxing match.What are ring walks in boxing? ›
Ring Walks | PariMatch. The ringwalk is a boxer's chance to stamp their authority on a fight before the first bell has rung. Down the year's we've enjoyed the bold and extravagant to the serious and stylish. But what do they tell us about a fighter's mentality and confidence?
Canelo Set To Make A Guaranteed $45 Million From Trilogy Fight.How much money did Canelo and GGG make tonight? ›
According to Boxing Scene and Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole, Saul Canelo Alvarez had a reported guaranteed purse of $45 million for the GGG trilogy fight; whilst Golovkin bagged himself $20 million for their third bout.How much is Canelo getting paid today? ›
It is believed he will earn a guaranteed purse of $45 million, per Boxing Scene. As champion, Canelo will earn more money via the PPV bonus. Golovkin will be making $20 million, per Boxing Scene.What fight gave Canelo the most money? ›
Canelo Alvarez's career earnings
Per Celebrity Net Worth, he earned $40 million in the first fight against Gennadiy Golovkin and $30 million in the rematch.
What are Canelo's most profitable fights? Despite facing one of the most lucrative fighters in the world in Mayweather, Alvarez's biggest-earning fights came against Gennadiy Golovkin. He earned $40 million for the first fight and $30 million in the second.What fight made the most money? ›
Mayweather vs Pacquiao, May 2015
Mayweather's tactical masterclass as he outpointed Pacquiao sold a record 4.6m PPVs and recorded the highest gate in history. Their purses were also unprecedented, as the fight became the richest of all time.
|1||02.05.2015||Floyd Mayweather V Manny Pacquiao|
|2||26.08.2017||Floyd Mayweather V Conor McGregor|
|3||22.09.2013||Floyd Mayweather V Canelo Álverez|
|4||20.05.2007||Floyd Mayweather V Oscar De La Hoya|
£190m – Floyd Mayweather v Oscar de la Hoya, May 2007.Who has the most belts in boxing? ›
An octuple champion is a boxer who has won major world titles in eight different weight classes. Manny Pacquiao is the only boxer in history to have won twelve major world titles in eight different weight divisions.Who are canelos 2 losses? ›
At 32 years old, the undisputed WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO super-middleweight champion boasts a phenomenal 57-2-2 record – his two draws coming against Jorge Juarez in just his fifth fight and then the epic Gennady Golovkin battle. In his last bout, Canelo was unexpectedly beaten by Dmitry Bivol up at light-heavyweight.
Canelo vs. GGG III will be live on DAZN PPV in the U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand as well as around the world on DAZN (excluding Mexico, Latin America, and Kazakhstan). You can sign up for a subscription here .Who is better Canelo or Mayweather? ›
From 140-154, Floyd has more notable wins, However, both fought equally able fighters eg ODH, Cotto, fighting themselves, Maidana Ricky and Matt Hatton. Canelo at 154-160 would do better against Floyd than at 147. Floyd wins if they fight at 147. They fought at catchweight, Floyd won.How many fights did Floyd Mayweather lose? ›
World Boxing News looks at the six times Floyd Mayweather lost in the ring as only one conqueror went on to win a world title. Mayweather has been undefeated for 26 years.Which boxer has unified all belts? ›
Current unified champions include: Heavyweight: Oleksandr Usyk — IBF, WBA (super), WBO. Welterweight: Errol Spence Jr. — IBF, WBC.Did GGG win the fight? ›
Canelo Álvarez celebrates after defeating Gennadiy Golovkin in their super middleweight title fight in Las Vegas on Saturday night. LAS VEGAS — Canelo Álvarez and Gennadiy Golovkin, rivals for a half-decade atop the boxing world, dropped their gloves once the final bell sounded Saturday.How old is Canelo? › Who is the best pound for pound boxer? ›
- Naoya Inoue (No Change) ...
- Canelo Alvarez (No Change) ...
- Errol Spence Jr. ...
- Dmitry Bivol (No Change) ...
- Stephen Fulton Jr. ...
- Devin Haney (No Change) ...
- Shakur Stevenson (No Change) ...
- Jermell Charlo (No Change)
The Canelo-GGG trilogy is set to come to a close on Saturday. Canelo Álvarez and Gennady Golovkin meet at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with the undisputed super middleweight championship on the line. The fight will likely get going in the 11 p.m. ET hour on a DAZN PPV. The main card for the PPV gets going at 8 p.m. ET.
The main card will air at 8 p.m. ET | 1 a.m. BST | 10 a.m. AEST (Sunday). Canelo and GGG should make their way to the ring around 11 p.m. ET | 4 a.m. BST | 1 p.m. AEST, depending on how long the undercard fights last.What time is Canelo vs Caleb? ›
Saturday, November 6, 2021 9p ET / 6p PT
Boxing's biggest star, four-division world champion Canelo Álvarez squares off against Caleb “Sweethands” Plant in what promises to be the biggest and most important fight of 2021.
The undercard fights begin starting at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET and the main event between Alvarez and Golovkin should begin at around 8 p.m. PT/11 p.m. ET. These times are approximate based on how long the undercard fights and ensuing ring walks take. How much does the Canelo vs. GGG 3 pay per view cost?What time is GGG ring walk? ›
Date, start time. The main card is scheduled to get underway at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT / 1 a.m. BST with main event ringwalks scheduled for 11 p.m. ET / 4 a.m. BST.How much is Canelo getting paid? ›
Canelo's earnings for fights in 2022
With such accounts in mind, the Guadalajara native earned, only for the fights, $42.5 million, to which must be added all that corresponds to the PPV that was sold for the fight.
How much does DAZN cost? DAZN is available on a monthly subscription. In the United States you'd pay one flat fee of $19.99 USD each month or $149.99 for an entire year (a value of $12.50 a month), and you can stop and start whenever you wish.Who is boxing tonight on TV? ›
There is no boxing tonight, the next card on US TV will be on Saturday when Devin Haney will face the challenge of George Kambosos live on ESPN.How can I watch Canelo GGG 3? ›
Canelo vs. GGG III will be live on DAZN PPV in the U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand as well as around the world on DAZN (excluding Mexico, Latin America, and Kazakhstan). You can sign up for a subscription here .Where can I watch boxing tonight for free? ›
- USTV Go — The best all-around streaming site.
- 123TV — Good for multiple US sports.
- Buffstreams — A beginner-friendly interface for unofficial streams.
- Stream2Watch — Good for European fans of boxing.
- SportSurge — A great track record, seemingly offline now.
The bout took place at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada on November 6, 2021. Álvarez won the bout via 11th-round technical knockout.
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One of modern boxing's most iconic rivalries comes to an end tonight (Sat., Sept. 17, 2022) when undisputed Super Middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and unified Middleweight champion Gennadiy Golovkin grace Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena for the third (and likely final) time.