watch Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin 3

The highly anticipated trilogy fight of Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin III will finally take place on Saturday, September 17. Like the last two bouts between the fighters, it will be held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with the main card scheduled for 8 PM EST (5 PM PST / 1 AM BST) and the main event at 12 AM EST (9 PM PST / 5 AM BST).

Depending on your location, you may find streams of Alvarez vs Golovkin to be region-locked. If you’re traveling abroad, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to bypass this geo-locking.

We’ll only be recommending official sources for watching Alvarez vs Golovkin. While there are usually unlicensed streams of popular sporting events such as this, we don’t recommend them. For starters, they run the risk of being pulled offline for copyright infringement. Their poor performance also makes for a far inferior streaming experience, which may result in you missing key moments of the fight. For these reasons, you’re best sticking with the official source listed further below.

The Alvarez vs Golovkin fight will only be available to stream on a region-locked platform. Going on vacation? A VPN is required to continue watching from abroad.

How to watch Alvarez vs Golovkin online with a VPN

A VPN allows you to access geo-restricted websites and services from anywhere. This involves connecting to a server and changing your IP address. It then appears as if you’re streaming from that location, bypassing restrictions such as those surrounding Alvarez vs Golovkin.

Here’s how to live stream Alvarez vs Golovkin using a VPN:

  1. Start by signing up with a VPN provider. We recommend NordVPN. However, you can also stream Alvarez vs Golovkin with Surfshark as well as ExpressVPN.
  2. You can now download and install the VPN app on the device on which you want to watch the fight. The above VPNs all allow multiple simultaneous connections.
  3. Open the VPN app and connect to a server in your home country. For example, connecting to a server in the US ensures you get a US IP address.
  4. Go to DAZN via its website or the official DAZN app. Content should no longer be geo-blocked regardless of your physical location.
  5. Note that you may need to clear your cookies. If you’re still having trouble, connect to a different server to change your IP address before clearing your cookies again.

Due to the fact that Alvarez vs Golovkin will air live, it’s worth testing your VPN with DAZN with plenty of time to spare. You can then troubleshoot the issue further with the customer support of your new VPN provider.


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How to watch Alvarez vs Golovkin live online

You’ll be able to watch the entire main card including Alvarez vs Golovkin on DAZN. The fight will be live on DAZN PPV in the following countries (this also requires a DAZN subscription):

  • US: $19.99/month (USD) subscription and $64.99 PPV
  • Canada: $20/month (CAD) subscription and $64.99 PPV
  • UK: £7.99/month (GBP) subscription and £9.99 PPV
  • Australia: $13.99/month (AUD) subscription and $44.99 PPV
  • New Zealand: $14.99 (NZD) subscription and $24.99 PPV

The fight will also be available to stream via regular DAZN (non-PPV) in nearly every country in which DAZN is available with the exception of Mexico, Latin America, and Kazakhstan. If you’re in a country in which DAZN isn’t available or isn’t showing the fight, you’ll need to use a VPN to watch Alvarez vs Golovkin 3 online. NordVPN is the best VPN for DAZN and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee so you can try it out risk-free.

Alvarez vs Golovkin: Who’s the favorite to win?

Canelo Alvarez is favorite to win the third fight in this trilogy. The 32-year-old from Mexico has a record of 57-2-2 with 39 wins by way of knockout. He heads into this matchup defending his WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring super middleweight titles. Alvarez’s previous fights versus Golovkin ended in a split decision draw and a victory by majority decision (both clashes went the full 12 rounds). 40-year-old Gennady Golovkin from Kazakhstan also has a formidable record (42-1-1). His only loss and draw both came at the hands of Alvarez.

Alvarez vs Golovkin: full fight card

  • Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin, undisputed super middleweight championship
  • Jesse Rodriguez vs Israel Gonzalez, WBC super flyweight championship
  • Austin Williams vs Kieron Conway, WBA ‘international’ middleweight championship
  • Diego Pacheco vs Enrique Collazo, super middleweights
  • Ali Akhmedov vs Gabriel Rosado, super middleweights
  • Marc Castro vs Kevin Montiel Mendoza, lightweights
  • Aaron Aponte vs Fernando Molina, junior welterweights
  • Anthony Herrera vs Delvin McKinley, junior bantamweights