The rematch between two of the best pound-for-pound boxers Gennady 'GGG' Golovkin and Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez is on the horizon.
36-year old Kazakhstani boxer will be looking to retain his unified WBA (Super), WBC and IBO middleweight titles against the Mexican boxer after their controversial draw in September 2017.
We will provide you with everything you need to know for Canelo vs GGG 2 including times, date, channel and schedule, plus undercard and odds.
When is it?
Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin takes place on Sunday 16 September for UK audiences. For US-based audiences it takes place on Saturday 15 September.
What time is it?
Audiences in the UK will have an early morning with the Canelo vs GGG ring walk to take place around 4am (BST) on Sunday 16 September with undercard fight action starting at 1am (BST). US audiences will be able to catch the fight action from 8/9pm (PST) on Saturday 15 September.
How can I watch GGG vs Canelo?
You can watch the fight in the UK with BT Sport's new PPV offering, BT Sport Box Office for £16.95. You can access the channel on BT TV, Sky and Virgin platforms. Live coverage will start from 11:30pm on Saturday 15 September. US audiences: HBO Boxing will be broadcasting the fight live on HBO pay-per-view for $79.99 which includes the undercard. Online streaming available on CaneloGGG.com for $84.99.
Where is it?
T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas will once again be used for Canelo vs GGG fight and has a 20,000 capacity.
GGG vs Canelo schedule leading up to fight
11 September - Canelo and GGG arrival from 8:45pm (BST)
12 September - Canelo vs GGG 2 final press conference from 8pm (BST)
13 September - Undercard press conference from 7pm (BST)
14 September - Canelo vs GGG weigh-in from 10pm (BST)
15/16 (US/UK) September - Canelo vs GGG fight
Who is fighting on the undercard?
Jaime Munguia vs Brandon Cook (WBO junior middleweight title)
David Lemieux vs Gary O'Sullivan (middleweight)
Roman Gonzalez vs Moises Fuentes
Cecilia Braekhus vs Magdziak Lopes