On September 17, 2022, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin are set to rematch for the middleweight championship in the world. The first fight was a classic, with both fighters having their moments. This time around, there is more at stake than ever before.
Alvarez has been vocal about his disdain for Golovkin in the buildup to the rematch. He feels that he was robbed of the victory in their first meeting and is looking to make amends. Golovkin is no slouch either, as he looks to put on another clinic and add Alvarez’s WBC title to his collection.
The bout will be available on Pay-Per-View (PPV) through DAZN. As boxing fans gear up for what should be an epic encounter, they will need to decide whether or not they want to purchase the PPV. In this article, we will take a look at the price of DAZN’s PPV for Canelo vs GGG 3 so that you can make an informed decision.
Fans are not happy with the DAZN pay-per-view prices for the Canelo vs. GGG 3 fight.
The prices are as follows:
🇺🇸 $84.99 USD
🇨🇦 $89.98 CAD
🇬🇧 £17.98 GBP
🇮🇪 €17.98 EUR
🇦🇺 $58.98 AUD
🇳🇿 $39.98 NZD
The fight is set to take place on September 17th, and fans are wondering why the prices are so high. Some believe that the fight will be worth the price, but others are not so sure.
Is the Canelo vs. GGG 3 fight worth the price of pay-per-view?
This price is comparable to the expenditure for Alvarez’s second bout, which took place in September 2018. Alvarez won by majority decision to keep his IBO, WBA and WBC world middleweight titles.
However, GGG is now 40 years old, and Alvarez has suffered his first loss in years against WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol.
The high PPV price also challenges DAZN’s aim of eliminating pay-per-view expenditures.
It will cost $64.99 for existing subscribers and $84.99 for new ones in the United States, which includes one month of membership.
In other places It’ll cost you:
- Canada (CAD $64.99 for current and CAD $89.98 for new subscribers)
- UK and Ireland (£9.99/€9.99 for current and £17.98/€17.98 for new subscribers)
- Australia (AUD $44.99 for current and AUD $58.98 for new subscribers)
- New Zealand (NZD $24.99 for current and NZD $39.98 for new subscribers)
The first bout between Alvarez and Golovkin — which ended in a draw in 2017 — costed $79.99 in PPV.