Arguably the world’s top two fighters meet in a winner-takes-all showdown in Las Vegas this month
THE boxing world will stand still when Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez collide in Las Vegas next week.
The most anticipated fight of the year will see arguably the world’s best two boxers in direct confrontation in a winner-takes-all battle.
Kazakh superstar Golovkin puts his 37-fight unbeaten record as well as his WBC, WBA, IBF and IBO belts on the line against Mexican hit-man Canelo, a two-eight world champion who has steamrolllered some of the biggest names in the business.
When is Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin vs Canelo Alvarez?
The middleweight rivals meet on Saturday, September 16 in what is guaranteed to be an explosive confrontation. They are widely regarded as the best pound-for-pound boxers currently fighting.
What TV channel is the fight on?
The fight will be shown exclusively live in the UK and Ireland on BoxNation Box Office from just £16.95.
BoxNation’s current paying subscribers and new customers who want to subscribe will get the fight as part of their monthly subscription.
The only way to buy Canelo v Golovkin on Sky is via the Sky remote control and will be available to purchase from Saturday 9th September.
Virgin Media customers can order the event via their remote control from Monday 11th September.
If you are not a Sky or Virgin Media customer you can buy this fight as part of a monthly subscription to the channel through boxnation.com.
Simply choose your platform: Sky, TalkTalk, Freeview, Online or App and follow the instructions online. There is no minimum term so you can cancel anytime.
What time does the UK TV coverage begin?
BoxNation’s live coverage starts at 2am. the fightres are due to take the ring at around 3am, depending on how rthe undercard bouts go.
Sky customers can purchase this event via remote control from 6am on Saturday September 9.
Who is fighting on the undercard?
Diego de la Hoya (19-0) vs Randy Caballero (24-0)
Joseph Diaz (24-0) vs Jorge Lara (29-0-2)
Ryan Martin (19-0) vs Francisco Rojo (20-2)
Vergil Ortiz (6-0) vs Cesar Valenzuela (7-1)
Marlen Esparza (2-0) vs Tania Cosme (5-6-1)
Serhii Bohachuk (4-0) vs TBA
What venue will host it?
This clash of the modern-day masters takes place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
What are the latest odds?
Gennady Golovkin is the 8/13 favourite, with Canaro Alvarez rated at 11/8. follow all the latest odds on SunBets.
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