It’s a bout that no self-respecting boxing fan will want to miss, so follow our guide to learn how to watch a live stream of Canelo vs. GGG 3 from anywhere in the world, including for free.
We have previously compiled information on how to watch boxing in numerous places. However, if you are overseas this weekend and your home coverage is geo-blocked, the only known solution is to use a VPN to connect to a nation where the fight is broadcast.
The program is excellent for this purpose since it enables you to alter your IP address and appear to be in a different location – all within a secure, encrypted connection. Here’s how to start off.
Utilize a VPN to live-stream Canelo vs. GGG 3 from any location.
DAZN holds the rights to broadcast the Canelo vs. GGG 3 live stream around the world, excluding Mexico and Latin America. It is a PPV event in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand (more on this below).
Boxing fans everywhere can watch Canelo vs. GGG 3 by subscribing to DAZN, which is relatively inexpensive in many countries.
In France, it is now available for €9.99 per month, while in Germany, it costs €24.99 per month for an annual membership or €29.99 per month on a rolling basis.
The Canelo vs GGG 3 live stream is available on DAZN in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. To watch, however, subscribers must pay a PPV fee in addition to the subscription cost.
A DAZN contract in the United States costs $19.99 per month or $149.99 per year, and an additional PPV charge of $64.99 is required to see Canelo vs. GGG 3.
In Canada, DAZN costs CA$20 per month or CA$150 per year, while the Canelo vs. GGG 3 PPV is priced at CA$64.99 or $84.98 for new subscribers.
Canelo vs. GGG 3 PPV is priced at £9.99 for current subscribers and £17.98 for new subscribers in the United Kingdom.
In Australia, a monthly subscription to DAZN costs AUS$13.99, while the PPV is priced at AUS$44.99 for current subscribers and AUS$58.98 for new subscribers.
In New Zealand costs $14.99 NZD, while a PPV costs $24.99 NZD for current subscribers and $39.98 NZD for new subscribers.’
DAZN supports streaming via iOS, Android, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Roku, Xbox One, PS4, and laptop/PC (including Mac devices).
As with all live cards broadcast on DAZN, you can access a full replay on-demand on the streaming service, along with highlight footage shortly after the conclusion of the main event.
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)
Read more: Canelo vs. GGG 3 Fighter records, Weigh-in, Press conference
Our third and last battle between the best fighters of this age promises to be a true classic.
Even the most casual spectator would agree that GGG should have received the nod from the judges in the first bout between these two ring kings and that he should not have received a points decision against him in the most recent bout, as the Kazakh was at least worthy of a draw.
It remains to be Golovkin can turn his indignation over this injustice into a performance on Saturday that leaves no mistake as to who the victor is.
Alvarez’s confidence suffered a hit with his recent loss to Bivol. Still, Golovkin’s decision to fight at a heavier weight class for the first time in his career may significantly impact the outcome of this highly anticipated bout.
Golovkin is in the unusual situation of being labeled the underdog by bookmakers for a fight, with GGG’s odds of victory hovering around 7/2 in Las Vegas.
Canelo’s odds of retaining his championships are 1/6, while a draw is a long shot at 16/1 in the trilogy’s final chapter.