How to watch Canelo Álvarez vs. Triple G, odds and records

It’s Round 3 between Canelo Álvarez and Gennady “Triple G” Golovin.

After their two exciting duels in 2017 and 2018, the trilogy will provide fireworks in Las Vegas in 2022 in the T-Mobile Arena.

Before the two boxers step into the ring for their highly anticipated showdown on Saturday, here’s everything you need to know about the fight:

What is Canelo Álvarez’s professional boxing record?

In 61 fights, Álvarez has a win-draw-loss record of 57-2-2, with 39 of those wins by knockout.

What is Gennady Golovkin’s (GGG-Triple G) professional boxing record?

In 44 fights, Triple G has a 42-1-1 win-draw-loss record, with 37 of those wins by knockout.

What are the results of the last two matches between Canelo and Golovkin?

After two games, Canelo has a 1-1-0 record against Triple G. The first fight of 2017 was settled as a draw, marking Triple G’s first draw and Canelo’s second.

The 2018 fight went Canelo’s way as the Mexican-born boxer won via majority decision after another 12 rounds of action. It was Triple G’s first loss in professional boxing.

Here’s how to watch Canelo vs GGG fight on Saturday

Saturday’s Canelo vs GGG fight will be available in the US via live stream and pay-per-view on DAZN. You can check out the DAZN guide on how to watch the fight here.

When was Canelo Álvarez’s last career lost?

Canelo’s latest and second defeat came in his last fight in May. He faced Russia’s Dmitry Bivol for the WBA light heavyweight title, but lost in a 12-round unanimous decision.

Álvarez’s only other loss came in 2013 against Floyd Mayweather Jr.

What is Canelo Alvarez Net Worth?

Canelo’s net worth is reportedly $180 million celebrity net worth.

How old is Canelo Alvarez?

Álvarez, born July 18, 1990, is 32 years old.

How old is Gennady Golovkin?

Triple G, born April 8, 1982, is 40 years old.

What is the undercard Canelo vs. GGG 3?

Along with Canelo and GGG, this is the undercard lineup for Saturday:

  • Jesse Rodriguez vs. Israel González (WBC Super Flyweight Title)
  • Ali Akhmedov vs. Gabriel Rosado (Super Middleweight)
  • Diego Pacheco vs. Enrique Collazo (Super Middleweight)
  • Austin Williams vs. Kieron Conway (Middleweight)
  • Marc Castro vs. Kevin Montiel Mendoza (Lightweight)
  • Aaron Aponte vs. Fernando Angel Molina (Light Welterweight)
  • Anthony Herrera vs. Delvin McKinley (Bantamweight)

What are the odds for the match Canelo-Triple G?

It doesn’t look like Triple G will win his first match of the trilogy. Here are the odds for the fight, courtesy of our betting partner, PointsBet:

Match result (tie no bet): Canelo -500, Triple G +365

Fight Directly: Canelo -455, Triple G +390, Draw +2200

Will the fight go the distance? Yes -170, No +115

Editor’s note: All odds are provided by our Partners, PointsBet. PointsBet is our official sports betting partner and we may receive compensation the first time you place a bet at PointsBet after clicking on our links.

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