Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin are all set to wrap up their incredible trilogy later this year when Las Vegas hosts the big showdown.
The great foes battled in two thrilling matches in 2017 and 2018 with the first being ruled out for a draw before Canelo took the second.
Their rivalry is one of the best in modern boxing, but fans will have to wait for the third and final match.
Now, they will face each other once again under the lights of Sin City and it will be a thriller.
Canelo, who lost to Dmitry Bivol in a WBA light heavyweight title fight in May, will be at stake for his super-middleweight title.
Golovkin has only fought four times since his loss to Mexico and defeated Ryota Murata in Japan recently.
Canelo vs Golovkin: Start date and time
The 12-round super middleweight title race will take place on Saturday, September 17.
It takes place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The card will take effect at 1am on Sunday morning UK time with Canelo vs Golovkin expected to start at 5am.
Canelo vs Golovkin: TV channels and live stream
The fight will be broadcast live on DAZN – streaming service costs £7.99 per month, you can register HERE.
It can be streamed through the DAZN app and can be viewed on smart TVs, game consoles, connected devices, phones, tablets and computers.
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Canelo vs Golovkin: Undercard
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Canelo vs Golovkin: What was said?
Canelo: “I risked everything to continue making history when I didn’t have to take any risks. I’ve accomplished a lot. I was in a position where I didn’t have to take any risks, and I still do.
“Nobody does that when they’re in a position like me.
“Tell me other fighters who have tried that in another category, lost and gained weight.
“It’s always been very personal with Gennady. It will never go away. After we finished the two battles, it still feels [very personal).
“He has never stopped talking about me. If you see, I never mentioned his name.
“I’ve always been in his mouth, he’s always talked about me, and that makes it even more personal.
“The fact that there is this rivalry puts an extra element there. It makes me train harder. I try harder. Personally, I sometimes feel better that it exists.”