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The fight will be available on DAZN pay-per-view for a price of $64.99 for current DAZN subscribers, and $84.98 for new subscribers,

Canelo Alvarez vs GGG 3 Live stream Here

Canelo Alvarez vs GGG 3 Live stream Here

Canelo Alvarez, the man who famously once beat Anthony Joshua, will be heading to the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles looking for a big win in this WBC Heavyweight Eliminator.

There are a couple of different ways to watch the event live, and it all depends on where you are based in the world!

Canelo Alvarez. returns to action with a former two-time heavyweight title challenger.

The journey to regaining the heavyweight 

title continues on Sunday for Canelo Alvarez. as he takes on former two-time title challenger GGG 3 from Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.

After pulling off one of the biggest upsets in NCAA history in June 2019 when he stopped Anthony Joshua to claim three heavyweight titles, Ruiz’s only fought twice. First, he came up out of shape and lost a wide decision to Joshua in December 2019 and then got dropped but rebounded to win a decision over Chris Arreola in May 2021.

Ortiz has been a fixture atop heavyweight rankings for years, with his only defeats coming in memorable contests against former longtime heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder. Most recently, Ortiz stopped Charles Martin in the sixth round on New Year’s Day in an all-action affair.

The winner lines up themselves up for a significant fight in early 2023, while the loser has to think about their standing in the weight class.

Here is everything you need to know about  Canelo Alvarez. vs. GGG 3.

Date: Sunday, Sept. 4
Main card: 9 p.m. ET / 2 a.m. GMT
Main event ring walks (approx): 12 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. GMT

The main card is set to get underway at 9 p.m. ET / 2 a.m. GMT with the main event ring walks scheduled for 12 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. GMT. With live fight nights, these timings could change.

U.S.: Fox Sports PPV (Price: $74.99)

Fox Sports PPV will air the fight in the U.S. where fans will have to pay $74.99 to watch the fight. A broadcaster hasn’t been announced at this time for the UK fans.

The fight takes place at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
 Canelo Alvarez. RECORD AND BIO

    Nationality: American
    Born: September 11, 1989
    Height: 6-0
    Reach: 74 inches
    Total Fights: 36
    Record: 34-2 (22 KOs)

NCAA fans in the United Kingdom will be able to watch all of the action live on the night via FITE TV, although due to the time zone difference the event will be starting at 2:00 AM BST on Monday, September 5th 2022, so bear that in mind!

The cost of the PPV event for fans in the United Kingdom is $14.99 plus fees on the FITE TV website or app.

The cost of the PPV event for fans in the United States is $74.99 + Applicable Taxes & Service fees.

As noted by the official PPV site: “PPV.COM is a division of in-demand, North America’s premier distributor of premium PPV and VOD entertainment. The PPV.COM website is powered by KISWE, an industry leader in live streaming technology.”
Canelo Alvarez vs Ortiz Fight Card
Here is the current card for the event as confirmed by FITE.TV:

     Canelo Alvarez. vs. GGG 3; WBC Heavyweight Eliminator
    Isaac Cruz vs. Eduardo Ramirez; WBC Lightweight Eliminator
    Abner Mares vs. Miguel Flores; Lightweights
    Jose Valenzuela vs. Jezreel Corrales; Lightweights

NCAA is back on a Sunday for the Labor Holiday weekend, and it comes by way of a Fox Sports PPV. Former unified heavyweight champion  Canelo Alvarez (34-2) will face the crafty veteran GGG 3 (33-2), serving as a WBC title eliminator. These two warriors will face each other inside the Crypto.com arena in downtown L.A.
How to watch  Canelo Alvarez vs GGG 3 in the United States

NCAA fans can watch  Canelo Alvarez vs GGG 3 live on FOX PPV and live stream on FITE. The fight date is Sunday, September 4. The start time is scheduled for 9 pm ET / 6 pm PT.

Canelo Alvarez vs Ortiz: Undercard

Subject to change

    MAIN EVENT: Canelo Alvarez vs GGG 3
    Isaac Cruz vs Eduardo Ramirez
    Jose Valenzuela vs Jezzrel Corrales
    Joseph Spencer vs Kevin Salgado Zambrano
    Ra’eese Aleem vs Mike Plania
    Anthony Garnica vs Juan Antonio Lopez
    Anthony Cuba vs Oscar Alan Perez
    Kel Spencer vs Deljerro Revello
    Abner Mares vs Miguel Flores
    Charles Martin vs Devin Vargas
    Jesus Silveyra Carrillo vs Matt Gaver
    Juan Esteban Garcia vs Gilberto Mendoza

Canelo Alvarez vs Ortiz: What have the fighters said?

Canelo Alvarez: “God-willing we get this victory on September 4.

“Of course if [Deontay] Wilder comes out of retirement I’d love to fight him, we’ve gone through the same work with Al Haymon and that would be the fight to make.

“But if not, then we can go through Usyk or

“We’re going to get this victory no matter what on September 4.”

Sky Sports (UK), 2:00 pm ET, Liam Smith vs Hassan Mwakinyo. This may wind up on FITE+ in the U.S., but maybe not. The main event is OK at best on paper, Mwakinyo has won a bunch in a row but the competition has been middling, and Smith has always, always done the business against this level opponent. Tasha Jonas and Patricia Berghult will unify 154 lb world titles, Dan Azeez will defend his British 175 lb title against Shakan Pitters, and more.

FITE PPV, 7:00 pm ET, Albert Bell vs Nicolas Polanco. A $17.99 PPV, is there if you want to see what Bell is up to. He’s spent a few years sort of lingering as a fringe contender at 130/135 and is no longer with Top Rank.

DAZN, 8:00 pm ET, Juan Francisco Estrada vs Argi Cortes. Mediocre return for Estrada meant to set up a trilogy fight with Chocolatito Gonzalez. But if he completely overlooks this, you never know, things can go awry in this great sport. Erika Cruz faces Jelena Mrdjenovich in a featherweight title rematch, plus Hector Flores vs Sivenathi Nontshinga for the vacant IBF flyweight title and Eduardo “Rocky” Hernandez vs Jorge Mata. Bad Left Hook will have live coverage.

Among the bouts, unbeaten Joey Spencer takes on Mexican contender Kevin Salgado in the ten-rounder at super welterweight. As well, undefeated Ra’eese Aleem meets Mike Plania in the ten-rounder at super bantamweight.
Ruiz vs Ortiz tickets

 Canelo Alvarez vs GGG 3 tickets to witness all the action at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California on Sunday, September 4 are on sale. Tickets are available now for purchase through Vivid Seats and TicketNetwork.

The date when the event airs live in the UK and Australia is Monday, September 5.
Joey Spencer vs Kevin Salgado live on FOX and FOX Deportes

The 22-year-old Joey Spencer (15-0, 10 KOs) turned pro in February 2017 and immediately caught the eye of fans and pundits with his combination of speed, power and athleticism.

“I can’t wait to get back in the ring on September 4,” said Spencer. “I’m training extremely hard and I’m in amazing shape. This is a great opportunity for me to shine on a big stage and really show what I’m capable of. I’m looking forward to bringing the fans lots of excitement!”

A native of Mexico City, Kevin Salgado (14-0-1, 9 KOs) is the younger brother of former super featherweight champion Juan Carlos Salgado and now fights out of San Antonio, Texas. The 24-year-old turned pro in late 2016 and delivered knockouts in six of his first nine outings.

“The time is now to take that next step in my career toward a world title shot and I know that a win in this fight will put me on the right path,” said Aleem. “I’ve been waiting for the chance to show everyone why I’m the best super bantamweight in the world. I’m never in a boring fight and you can expect fireworks once again on September 4. I’m going to let my hands send a message to the rest of the division.”

The 25-year-old Mike Plania (26-1, 13 KOs) dropped Joshua Greer twice in their June 2020 clash on his way to a career-best decision victory, which he followed up in April 2021 by defeating Emmanuel Mogawa, before stopping Ricardo Nunez in November. A native of General Santos City in the Philippines, Plania has put together an 11-fight winning streak since a 2018 decision loss against former champion Juan Carlos Payano. Plania has fought professionally since 2014, with five of his last six outings taking place stateside.

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