It's been one of modern boxing's best rivalries. Gennady Golovkin and Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez went toe-to-toe shortly for a third and final time for this much-anticipated super middleweight trilogy showdown. The two rivals clashed in two controversial title fights in 2017 and 2018, with the first ruled a draw before Canelo took the second via a majority decision. Read on as we explain how to watch a Canelo vs GGG 3 full fight replay, online and on TV.
Las Vegas saw Mexican star Canelo back at super middleweight with his undisputed titles on the line, after an unsuccessful weight switch to 175lb back in May where he lost to light heavyweight Dmitry Bivol for only the second time in his glittering career.
Golovkin had only stepped into the ring on four occasions since his second defeat to Canelo, with his most recent fight a middleweight title victory over Ryota Murata in Japan, but GGG and his supporters have always insisted he outlanded Canelo throughout both previous encounters. This time they wanted justice, and all those championship belts.
It's a fight no self respecting boxing fan will want to miss, so follow our guide as we explain how to watch a Canelo vs GGG 3 replay from anywhere.
How to watch Canelo vs GGG 3 replay WITHOUT a PPV
Streaming service DAZN has the rights to show the Canelo vs GGG 3 replay all over the world, except for Mexico and Latin America. It's a PPV affair in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand (more on this below).
Boxing fans everywhere else can watch the Canelo vs GGG 3 replay with a simple subscription to DAZN, which is fairly inexpensive in many places.
In France, it's currently available for a knockdown price of €9.99 a month, while in Germany its priced at €24.99 a month for a year's subscription, or €29.99 for a rolling monthly deal.
Take a look at the price where you live to watch a Canelo vs GGG 3 replay on DAZN.
How to watch Canelo vs GGG 3 from outside your country
We've already rounded up ways to watch the boxing in various countries around the world. But if you're abroad this weekend and your home coverage is geo-blocked, then the only alternative that we know is to use a VPN to dial in to a country where the fight is being shown.
The software is generally ideal for this as it allows you to change your IP address and appear to be in a completely different location - and all through a safe, encrypted connection. Here's how to get started.
Use a VPN to live stream Canelo vs GGG 3 from anywhere
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Canelo vs GGG 3 replay in the US, UK and Canada
The Canelo vs GGG 3 replay is being shown on DAZN in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand too. But subscribers have to pay a PPV fee on top of the price of a subscription in order to tune in.
A DAZN contract in the US will set you back $19.99 per month or $149.99 for the year, and you'll need to pay an additional PPV fee of $64.99 to watch Canelo vs GGG 3.
It's a similar picture in Canada, where DAZN is priced at CA$20 per month or CA$150 per year, and the Canelo vs GGG 3 PPV price is set at CA$64.99 on top or $84.98 for new subscribers.
DAZN costs £7.99 in the UK, with the Canelo vs GGG 3 PPV priced at £9.99 for current and £17.98 for new subscribers, while for Aussies it's AUS$13.99 for a monthly subscription with the pay per view priced at AUS$44.99 for current and AUS$58.98 for new subscribers.
Finally for viewers in New Zealand, a subscription costs NZ$14.99 with the PPV costing $24.99 NZD for current and $39.98 NZD for new subscribers.
DAZN comes with support for iOS, Android, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Roku, Xbox One, PS4, and laptop/PC streaming (including Mac devices).
Can I watch a Canelo vs GGG 3 replay?
As with all cards aired live on DAZN, you can also find a full replay on-demand on the streaming service, with highlight videos also made available shortly after the main event has concluded.
Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin: Tale of the tape
Born: July 18, 1990
Height: 5' 8"
Total fights: 61
Record: 57-2-2 (39 KOs)
Born: April 8, 1982
Height: 5" 10"
Total fights: 44
Record: 42-1-1 (37 KOs)
Canelo vs GGG 3: Preview and prediction
This third and final meeting between this generation’s best fighters looks all set to be a full blown classic.
To even the casual observer, GGG should have gotten the nod from the judges in the first meeting between these two ring kings, and should not have had a points decision go against him in the last fight, with the Kazakh at least good enough for a draw.
Whether Golovkin can channel his anger at that injustice into a performance that leaves no doubt who the victor is on Saturday remains to be seen.
Alvarez's confidence undoubtedly took a hit after his recent defeat to Bivol, but Golovkin moving up in weight for the first time in his career for this fight may well have the bigger influence on which way this much-anticipated fight goes.
Canelo vs GGG 3 full card
- Canelo Alvarez (c) vs Gennady Golovkin – undisputed super middleweight title fight
- Jesse Rodrgiuez (c) vs. Israel Gonzalez, WBC super flyweight title fight
- Austin Williams vs. Kieron Conway, WBA 'international' middleweight title fight
- Diego Pacheco vs. Enrique Collazo, super middleweights
- Ali Akhmedov vs. Gabriel Rosado, super middleweights
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