Canelo Alvarez vs. GGG 3 fight start time: Live stream, PPV price, how to watch, TV channel, undercard

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Gennadiy Golovkin will do it all again on Saturday night as the two future Hall of Famers complete their highly anticipated trilogy. The longtime rivals meet for the third time on Saturday night in Las Vegas (8 p.m. ET, DAZN PPV— Subscribe and buy now).

Alvarez currently has a 1-0-1 advantage over Golovkin going into the trilogy fight. When they met in September 2017, the fight was settled as a split draw. They would run again the following September, this time by a narrow majority decision in which Alvarez received the nod. In those two bouts, many observers felt that Golovkin had done enough to deserve the decision, despite only posting a scorecard total in both bouts.

Expect Alvarez to start slowly and efficiently while trying to manage how much juice GGG has left. But once he’s made the adjustment to move forward, much like Alvarez did in the rematch, it seems likely that Golovkin will be weakened late on the body while leading him down.

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Given Golovkin’s pride and incredible batting ability, it wouldn’t be a huge surprise that this rivalry reached a 36th and final round. But make no mistake about Golovkin’s real chances. Unless he’s willing to significantly change his style to compensate for his physical decline and risk in a way we’ve never seen before, a second straight loss-decision seems inevitable.

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You can also follow live coverage of the trilogy, which includes play-by-play and Lap rating here.

The other notable fight sees the return of Jesse “Bam Bam” Rodriguez attempting to defend his WBC super flyweight title against Israel Gonzalez in the co-feature. Rodriguez, 22, is a perfect 16-0 with 11 knockouts in his young career. He pulls off big wins over top super flyweight names including a TKO of Srisaket Sor Rungvisai and a decision over Carlos Cuadras to win the WBC 115lb title.

Kicking off the PPV celebrations is a longtime super middleweight veteran. Gabriel Rosado is back and trying to return to the Victory Column against Ali Akhmedov. The 36-year-old Rosado shocked many with his thunderous knockout of Bektemir Melikuziev in 2021. The veteran has failed repeatedly in upward struggles throughout his career but has fended off the rising contender with one of the best results of the year. That was followed by back-to-back losses to Jaime Munguia and Shane Mosley Jr., but a win over Akmedov could earn him another big payday.

The action will emanate from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday night. Undercard action begins at 8:00pm ET with main event ring walks expected around 11:00pm ET. The rest of the battle map and display information is listed below.

Viewing Information

  • Date: 17 Sep | Location: T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas
  • Start time: 8:00 p.m. ET (main event scheduled for approx. 11:00 p.m. ET)
  • How to watch/stream: DAZN PPV (subscribe now) | Price: $64.99
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Alvarez vs. Golovkin 3 fight card, odds

  • Canelo Alvarez (c) -500 vs. Gennadiy Golovkin +380, Undisputed Super Middleweight Championship
  • Jesse Rodriguez (c) -1200 vs. Israel Gonzalez +750, WBC Super Flyweight Championship
  • Austin Williams -575 vs. Kieron Conway +425, WBA “International” Middleweight Championship
  • Diego Pacheco -2500 vs. Enrique Collazo +1200, super middleweight
  • Ali Akhmedov -700 vs. Gabriel Rosado +500, Super Middleweight

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