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Canelo Alvarez has been one of the biggest names in boxing for a long, long time, and on Saturday he’ll be fighting one just about as big in Gennady Golovkin on HBO pay-per-view. Golovkin and Alvarez comprise the actual best boxing match of 2017, even if the earlier bout between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor exceeded expectations. Unlike that fight, this one features two of the very best in the sport. It will begin, live on PPV at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday. The card comes from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Live streaming of the bout can be had online if purchased directly from the site set up for the bout,

“Canelo” Alvarez against Gennady “GGG” Golovkin is being billed as the “real” fight, a legitimate antidote to the circus of Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor last month. Saturday’s battle in Las Vegas features two of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world in a showdown that promises action aplenty, with both men typically adopting a high-intensity, aggressive style. Here is the relevant information and what to look out for on fight night.

Alvarez is 49-1-1 with 34 knockouts to his name, his lone loss coming to Mayweather in 2013, when he was still relatively inexperienced. He’s earned some nice wins since then, including a huge win over Miguel Cotto in 2015 and a win over Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in his last outing. That said, many have criticized him for picking his fights carefully following his loss to Mayweather. Of course, that could have something to do with the fact that prior to that fight, he’d fought in some very risky bouts as his star grew.

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Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin FIght Live

Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin FIght

The day has finally arrived. On Saturday night, Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (37-0, 33 KO) will stake his WBA, IBF and WBC middleweight titles against Canelo Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KO) at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Canelo vs. GGG: This is how Gennady Golovkin can beat Canelo Alvarez Not that there’s much doubt, but we’re going to find out Saturday just how good a fighter Gennady Golovkin actually is. Golovkin faces his toughest test Saturday, when he squares off against 27-year-old Mexican boxing sensation Canelo Alvarez. Golovkin  obviously  is no slouch, and is one of the most dangerous boxers in the world. But if he wants to beat Alvarez, he’s going to have to stick to some simple rules.

You could argue this is even bigger because this fight is designed to begin a legacy rather than to cement one. Alvarez is 27 and his biggest paydays could be ahead of him. Golovkin is 35, but he’s shown no signs of slowing down and he’s definitely searching for his largest purses.

Boxing fans’ most anticipated fight since Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao in 2015 is expected to fulfill the great expectations of purists who’ve longed to see how the former two-division champion Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 knockouts) will confront the power-punching strategies of Golovkin (37-0, 33 KOs). The informed thinking regarding the championship bout is that each man will bring out the best in each other. Whether that triggers a sudden stoppage that would mark the first knockdown of either fighter’s pro career, or produces a classic decided by judges Dave Moretti, Adalaide Byrd and Don Trella, is to be determined.

UFC 215 Fight Card

UFC 215 fight card: Live Stream Main Card And Fight 2017, Live UFC 215 Main Event Set as Amanda Nunes and Valentina Shevchenko Make Weight, Johnson vs. Borg Live, The UFC will invade Edmonton, Alberta, Canada next weekend for UFC 215. The pay-per-view event is headlined by a flyweight title fight featuring long-time champion Demetrious Johnson taking on Ray Borg.

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UFC 215 Fight Card

Though UFC president Dana White said he wouldn’t put Amanda Nunes in a main event right away after she withdrew from UFC 213 on the day of the fight, he had no choice but to do so for this weekend’s UFC 215. After making weight on Friday, Nunes and Valentina Shevchenko are officially the new headlining bout for UFC 215 after the main event was surprisingly canceled late Thursday night.

UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson was expected to fight Ray Borg in the headlining bout, but doctors ruled out Borg on Thursday due to illness. Originally the night’s co-main event, the Nunes vs. Shevchenko rematch now tops the fight card.

Amanda Nunes: Dominant champion or just next in line? Nunes didn’t capture her bantamweight title directly from Ronda Rousey when she knocked out the former champion in just 48 seconds in December. But should Nunes defeat Shevchenko in Saturday’s rematch, it would cap a stretch of victories — which include a 2016 decision win over Shevchenko in their first meeting and submission of Miesha Tate for the belt — in which Nunes put forth a streak of dominance the division hasn’t seen since Rousey’s peak.

Nunes-Shevchenko II might be the sleeper fight of 2017Originally scheduled for July at UFC 213, Saturday’s rematch was rescheduled when Nunes was forced to pull out in the final moments after being hospitalized for an illness caused by a difficult weight cut. The result was unfortunately par for the course in a largely forgettable 2017 for the UFC, which also saw a highly anticipated interim title fight between lightweights Tony Ferguson and Khabib Nurmagomedov in March fall apart for the same reason ahead of UFC 209.

Shevchenko stepped onto the scale first, weighing 133.5 pounds; well below the limit for their 135-pound title bout. Nunes arrived a short time later, weighing 135 pounds on the nose. With the loss of Johnson vs. Borg, the fight card will move forward with 11 bouts. A preliminary bout between Henry Cejudo and Wilson Reis was elevated to main card status, while Neil Magny vs. Rafael Dos Anjos now serves as the co-main event.