Canelo vs GGG: How to Watch and Stream the Fight

Saúl Álvarez, who is known widely as Canelo, will take on Gennadiy Golovkin in a super middleweight showdown from Las Vegas on Saturday night.

The main card begins at 8 p.m. Eastern (5 p.m. Pacific), and you can tune in as early as 5 p.m. Eastern for the early preliminary fights. Álvarez and Golovkin are expected to enter the ring around 11 p.m. Eastern, depending on the timing of the earlier bouts.

In the United States, and in most of the rest of the world besides Latin America, the fight will be carried on DAZN, a sports streaming service that has struggled to win viewers.

For current subscribers to DAZN, the pay-per-view fight will cost $65, but for nonsubscribers it will cost $85, with a month of DAZN included in the fee. The fight can also be purchased through more traditional cable and satellite providers.

In Mexico, the fight can be seen on TV Azteca.